Isaac is in Kindergarten 2. (translated into American = K5)
Isaiah is in Nursery. (which I think might be the British term for "preschool at 3 years old")
It is a brand new school. As in, parts of it are still under construction. It's an "International School." Which basically is like a private school, but since there really isn't an option for local schooling and homeschooling gives me the hives and my children the spankings, this is the route we've chosen.
2 days under our belts and I think it's gonna be a good year.
I would write more but this new routine has worn me out as much as it has our boys (or is that the 36 weeks pregnant thing?) so for now you get pictures. More later on International Schools, Third Culture Kids, and such.
For now, please enjoy this photo representation of us entering a whole new phase of our parenting...
...aka- "school aged kids."
And yes, I realize only Isaac fits this category, but both my baby boys are now away from me during the day, so Zayby-baby will get equal picture time because it's his first time at preschool AND because he's adorable...
|See ya next year Summer Hair. Or rather in like 2 months because who has time to keep up with hair cuts AND it's always summer here (so summer hair always has a place).|
|Numero Uno. Depending on the type of degree he wants to get this could be the first day of like 20 years of school. Bleh! Who is glad they're done with school!?! (me!)|
|Nombor Dua loves mousse. (and his curls love it too)|
|It was really quite comical getting them to understand their "signs" and to hold them correctly AND smile (See Top Photo for the only one)|
The first of many drives to school.
|Birdie was there too.|
|He has his moments! I was actually trying to get a shot of Singapore out his window (which we get a view of on the drive) but that car was ill-timed and Mr. Kingston made it WAY better with his expression anyway!|
|In class. Totally an oldest child!|
|His, "I'm excited but I'm shy..." face...|
|Home Bird was NOT happy that her boys went into their classrooms and didn't come out again (or that she didn't get to follow)|
|...but she cheered up when the "Lions" came to do the Lion Dance.|
|My Kindergartner thinking its the most normal thing in the world to have a Lion Dance on the first day of school. I wonder if his Japanese friend there thinks the same thing?|
|When construction is done the school will be huge!|
|No follow-up pics, but here's an "after" shot of Isaiah. He loves his teacher and his "-cool" (we're working on "S's")|