Bug started Mother’s Day out at the End of August and it’s been a transition for the both of us. Last Thursday was the first time he wasn’t crying when I arrived to take him home, he appeared to be having a good time as he pushed the baby stroller around the room which was reassuring to me. I asked one of his teachers if he had made a friend or two and if he got along with everybody and she said that everyone liked Amos and after looking around at all the children she said, “he seems to like all of the girls”. I’ve noticed that he’s always kind to little girls and mostly willing to share with them until they show any sign of aggression toward said play item and then he isn’t interested in interacting anymore. His backpack didn’t arrive until the day after he started and the photo above reveals his excitement. Now he refuses to take it off there or at the church nursery. He’s growing up so fast and I love the new words he gets the courage to say in front of me. (he won’t say words in front of anyone but me and Mm) Some are (I’ll keep adding so that I can remember when the dr. asks): mouse, red, green, yellow, purple, blue, blow, boo boo, animal noises, no no (to any dog barking), mama, dada, nan nan, papaw, mamaw, Adeline, Lyla, Tristan, roll, bubble, poo poo, tool noises, draw, yikes, ball and his first sentence was – Build it mama!