An open letter to our son… Tomorrow, you start kindergarten. The mornings of pure play have passed, and the lessons of preschool now behind us, you set forth on an amazing and new adventure. I’ll never forget that time driving in the car, back from vacation, when mommy was pregnant with your sister, that youContinue reading “As you start kindergarten…”
It seemed like only a few weeks ago I was dropping out little guy off for his first-ever day of pre-k and yet, inexplicably, ten months passed in the blink of an eye and there we were, sitting in the seats as he and his classmates, received a certificate that said they were kindergarten-bound.
That title totally sounds like something out of an episode of the 1966 Batman TV Series, doesn’t it? “…but the Riddler’s clue, Robin. When is a door not a door?” “When it’s ajar! He’s going to strike at the jarred fruit exhibit at the Gotham Pavilion!” “I don’t think so, Robin. That’s too obvious. No,Continue reading “When is a door not a door?”