On May 22, my big boy officially graduated from Preschool. I was so proud of little guy!!! Here is official graduation picture.
Oh my, how this little man melts my heart. I will be honest Wednesday when I dropped Wesley off at CEC for the last time I just stopped in the parking lot and cried. I couldn’t believe 3 years had gone by so fast. This was his last day walking into CEC. Yes, I took a picture of him leaving the car!
Here is Wesley’s first day at CEC… dreading going to school… How times have changed!!!
Just a quick snapshot. Please pass me the tissues!!!
Last picture before the ceremony…
Mommy and her big boy!!!
His graduating class before the ceremony.
The Class of 2013 from Highlands CEC. They were each presented their diploma and Bible in their cap and gown. Then they left the sanctuary and came back without their cap and gown and with their backpacks.
I might of gotten misty eyed seeing all these kids for the last time together looking oh so adorable!!! After several sweet songs and a prayer it was over.
Wesley walking out of the sanctuary!!! Ready for Kindergarten!!!
Wesley and Daddy!!
I have been told a time or two that I talk too much. I am saying my farewells to Wesley’s beloved teacher Ms. Ann. Our friend is waiting to take pictures of us and apparently is snapping pictures. I have to laugh because this is a perfect picture of the kids bored, Collins waiting patiently, and me still talking…
Family Picture with the New Graduate!!
Wesley, your Daddy and I are so proud of you!!! You have grown so much the last 5 years and we have enjoyed every moment. As sad as it makes me sometimes on how fast time is moving, I want you to grow up!! We will always be your biggest fan.
A little about you… You are shy, but not a pushover. You have a drive to win and sometimes have a hard time losing. You know God, you speak about God all the time. I will miss having the Bible as part of your daily curriculum. You love bugs, blocks, dinosaurs, and playing outside. You know all your capitol letters and most of your lower case. You can count to 120 and you love doing math problems (most of which you give to yourself). You still write your ‘s’ backwards. You are one of the most loving little boys and I am SO PROUD YOU ARE MINE!!!