Our Brave Preschooler

RJ was so young when she entered preschool. She was only three years old then. We were hesitant to enroll her at a very young age but she was bugging us everyday that she wanted to go to school. Then the first day of classes came. I was really worried because it was her first time out of the house alone. I had mixed emotions over whether she is ready for school. How is she going to pee alone? Can she eat without my assistance? What if someone bullies her? I was one nervous Mom, worrying too much.

When the time of saying goodbye came, RJ did not shed a tear and had no any first-day blues which are the normal scenarios at preschools everywhere. Our baby was very brave. It was her first step on her journey that will last for almost one and a half decades and we were very proud of her.

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  1. I felt sick when I first sent Rylie to school lol… Our daughters are braver than we think lol… She is so kikay in that photo!

  2. yes rossel, there were too many mommies in school who sends their fretful "preschoolers". so glad, i never experienced that same as you. i was on that letting-go-stage, the moment i send them to pre-school, and onto college dormitories, wahhh, nanay kz:)

  3. mga mommies lang talaga ang OA. lol. honestly, ako ang nahirapan, hihi. that i had to stay outside the gate or fetch them an hour earlier.. Your princess is a brave little girl and I like her pic, it just proved that she's enjoying her school days.

  4. mommy's dilemma? korek si Nuts jan, kung minsan we underestimate our kids, brave pala sila to face new challenges, tpos tayo ung so nervous for them. lol.. thanks Roselle for visiting my nostalgia.

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