Thursday, August 30, 2007

Back to Preschool

My little boy went back to preschool this week. He has a new teacher, both new to him and new to the school. She seems to be super friendly and he has adjusted much better this year! He only attended preschool for a few months last year when he turned 3, but his teacher wasn't very friendly. I saw her this morning at the school and she wasn't talking very nice to a little boy in her class. It made me really thankful that my son doesn't have her again. The teachers aid in his class is new this year, but I actually worked with her when I was a senior in high school. I had a co-op job through my school and this lady was my boss in an office. It's a little strange having her be my sons teachers aid. I did some things in high school that I would change if I could, and I know she knows about some of them. I guess we all make mistakes when we are young! It just makes the situation a little awkward. I'm focusing on the positive of having a really great teacher. She tries to interact with my son and that helps him want to stay at school. I'm looking forward to a good year!

4 comments:

Tonia said...

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Katie said...

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Heather said...

Glad the new teacher is a good one and the day went better! We ALL have things we regret doing we were younger and I think people get over it quicker than we do sometimes. I came to visit from Mamamaven, thanks for visiting me. I am a relocated Buckeye and MISS IT!

Best of luck with the beginning of Kindergarten!

EC said...

Hi! Thanks for dropping by my blog! I see you're going through the preschool thing too :) Tough age this is huh? They want to be independent but yet they are still so young, lol. Well at least you have a great teacher -but that teachers aid thing would be weird for me too! If someone knew what I was like in high school I would never want them to teach my son in preschool, lol... I would feel like they would tell him everything, even though chances are she has forgotten about what you used to do anyway - so I wouldn't worry too much!