Thursday, September 24, 2009

first day

Cameron started his first day of daycare today. He won't be going everyday. Just one or two days a week to start, but he was extra excited this morning.

Once Cameron saw where we were he got so tickled. He actually posed for me so I could take his picture.


Such a big boy! He went up the stairs. Knocked on the door and off he went with one of the teachers to his classroom. Even held her hand. He's never been to a daycare before and never played with children his own age so Mama was very proud and not at all surprised.


Cameron and I visited this daycare two times before to make sure THIS was the place for Cameron and he had his set on the giant school bus from the get-go. So of course when we arrived this morning the first thing Cameron looked for was the giant school bus and the Elmo doll to go inside it. The pictures are a little blurry, I know, but this just goes to show how busy 2 year olds are. They never stay in one place for too long. LOL

Here's my little tyke home from his first day at school. He had so much fun and he was a good toddler for them. He ate all his breakfast, lunch and snacks and even took a nap like everyone else. He cried for about 3 minutes when I left, but that was it. He had a very productive day. Some stickers came in the mail and you can tell he was happy about his day and getting smiley stickers too. I love my Cameron!

Btw, here is the backing fabric and 3/8 ribbon I've picked for Winter Love. I haven't really had an opportunity to sit and put it together, but I will. Talk soon!

16 comments:

Michelle said...

Looks like your little guy had a fun day.

Your ornament is so sweet .. I like your fabric choice too :)

Michelle

Shari said...

too cute!!!! And did mom have a relaxing day while he was at school??? Love the sticker face!

Julie's Keepsakes said...

Thanks, Michelle!

Shari, yes, I somewhat had a relaxing day. The morning, not so much, but I had a nice lunch with my dad which we haven't had in years so that was a really nice treat. I was anxious to pick Cameron up by day's end though. :o)

Lea said...

His sticker all over on a face picture made my day! *LOL* It's darn CUTE!!
I also love the picture of him standing front door by himself. It's one of the moment you could see your kid is growing up! :-)

Ruth Rachel Vendsel said...

What a cutie!! Congrats on a great ornie finish, too.

Anonymous said...

What great pictures of Cameron! They are definitely keepers. I like the fabric you picked out,too. Sally

Tanya said...

Cute pics - glad Cameron enjoyed it!

Tanya

mainely stitching said...

Oh my gosh! He's so grown-up! And CUTE!!! I'm so glad it went well.

Siobhan said...

I'm glad that Cameron enjoyed his first day! :) Love your ornament--it's too cute!

Andrea said...

Looks like Cameron had a great first day. He's sure to want to go back for more.
Lovely ornament.

Daffycat said...

Congratulations to Cameron! Don't blink, Julie...or he will be off to college!

Lovely finish, and your gathered supplies are perfect!

Jo said...

He looks so happy there, great to see. My DD started nursery last week for 1 morning a week, she's 20mths, she loved it. She's been visiting since birth though as her eldest brother went there before full time school and now DS2 is doing his nursery education there. I spent my morning sewing and wondering what she was doing!! She didn't want to leave when I went to get her!

Jennifer said...

He is so cute. They grow up so fast!

Jennifer

Meari said...

What a cutie! I love all the stickers, lol

Heidi said...

Ah! Cameron is adorable and looks like he had great fun. Winter Love is such a sweet design and I will look forward to seeing your finished ornament.

Hugs ~
Heidi

kimstitch3 said...

Hi Julie, Is Cameron still enjoying his new school? Whatcha stitching on this week? I was working on This too shall pass by my big toe, but I made a major mess up and put it down, just not in the mood for all the frogging involved soooooo I'm working on Scherzo by Whispered by the wind instead and it is coming along great thus far. I hope all is well,Kimberly