I can’t believe I am actually writing this. My little baby boy is going to turn five at the end of this month. It is kind of a big deal. It means he is going to start big school just days after his birthday. Not sure if he is ready, or if it just me that is not ready to let him go to big school. I am sure he will do just fine. For his birthday we are planning to have it in a play centre with all his creche friends. His actual birthday is the day after which is a Monday. I am not going to overdo it with presents but I would like to treat him with two or three that he will enjoy and not just play with once.
A while ago I started decorating the kids bedrooms. It is a never ending project. I want it to be perfect and end up getting more little bits and pieces. But I think I finally have Matthew’s bedroom nailed. One wall still looks a bit too pale for me but I haven’t figured out what I am going to do with it yet.
Last week Matthew reached another milestone. Hubby and me left work early, after lunch in fact, to attend his graduation play and pre-school graduation. He attended 36 weeks of pre school which is a free scheme in Ireland.
How was your weekend? I still can’t get over the fact what a lovely Summer we have in Ireland right now. Reaching temperatures up to 27 degrees at the weekend. It was a dream, especially for Matthew.
I can’t believe this time has actually come. My little boy who once was a newborn, a toddler, a pre schooler will now enter the stage of ACTUAL school. It is just way too soon in my opinion but I am sure he is well able for it. He surprises me every day what he can actually do I never knew about.
This is a post with a twist. I found this on somebody else’s blog the other day but only got around to write it now. There are so many blogger tags out there but this one for a change is actually about your child.It’s called “The Little Ones Tag” which was created by “The Secret Life of the Baby”. You are more than welcome to join in as well, I am not going to tag anyone specific. Here are some questions that my 4 year old son Matthew would answer as follows: