Daily Archives: May 25, 2018

Logan’s preschool program tonight was too cute – I could watch that kid do hand motions to songs all day long. #mrsperonamagic is indescribable. It’s so much more than just preschool – they bake, pick cherries from her tree, raise chickens, make art in numerous mediums, learn songs for every season, play with the coolest toys, enjoy the outdoors in her beautiful backyard, and so much more, in addition to all the letter-learning and show-and-telling. A friend once explained it as not only a singular preschool experience, but also like another grandma to love your child. #truth I think I will miss her as much as Logan will! She has touched countless lives over the years, and I’m so grateful we got her this last year. Happy retirement, @mamaperona! ️

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Logan’s preschool program tonight was too cute - I could watch that kid do hand motions to songs all day long.  #mrsperonamagic is indescribable. It’s so much more than just preschool - they bake, pick cherries from her tree, raise chickens, make art in numerous mediums, learn songs for every season, play with the coolest toys, enjoy the outdoors in her beautiful backyard, and so much more, in addition to all the letter-learning and show-and-telling. A friend once explained it as not only a singular preschool experience, but also like another grandma to love your child. #truth I think I will miss her as much as Logan will! She has touched countless lives over the years, and I’m so grateful we got her this last year. Happy retirement, @mamaperona! ️

Hailey was The Littlest Flower in the 1st grade play “How Does Your Garden Grow” yesterday, and it was just as cute as could be! Three classes of 1st graders have been practicing their songs and lines and it was such a beautiful production. Hailey told me I would probably cry at the last song, and she was right! She seemed like such a big kid today. All these end-of-year activities are really stretching my mama heart. I feel so lucky to have this life and be their mother.

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Hailey was The Littlest Flower in the 1st grade play “How Does Your Garden Grow” yesterday, and it was just as cute as could be! Three classes of 1st graders have been practicing their songs and lines and it was such a beautiful production. Hailey told me I would probably cry at the last song, and she was right! She seemed like such a big kid today. All these end-of-year activities are really stretching my mama heart. I feel so lucky to have this life and be their mother.