She is so precious to me. Most of the last 2 years I have been a stay at home Dad.
She is her Daddy's girl. She will argue with you till you give in lol. She is very bright, has an outstanding vocabulary and a stubborn streak a mile long. She tends to be sweet and quiet in new situations but she will emerge as a leader and a helper to the teacher. However, if she thinks her way is better she will let the teacher know. When we attended the back to school night we finally got up to meet the teacher. Taylor said, in a very small voice, "Hi, My name is Taylor and I'm 5. I don't know why everyone in the world thinks I am cute."
Yeah we all think, as parents, that our child will be the one all the teachers remember but I am certain that will hold true with her. She will be the blessing and burden I have carried and nurtured for 2 years :-)
Taylor doesn't have a lot of experiences with kids her age. By the time we qualified for head start we were like 90th on the waiting list. I know she will feel overwhelmed and stimulated. She tends to walk up and wave and say Hi to everyone she meets, its cute.
My other 2 kids at home had some rough times during K, none of their own creation of course. My 12 year old is finally starting to come out, beginning to seek activities, my son is doing well working but still struggles with motivation.
I would say to all my kids, "I hope you Dance" but to lil T I hope you dance starting today, spread those wings and fly girl, Daddy will always be home for you
I have loved these last 2 years with you. Those can never be taken away from either of us :-)