Now that Garrett has “graduated” into the Teddy Bear Room at his daycare, I’ve begun to notice that his daily review sheets have become much more informative. What once was “Garrett ate and napped,” has now become more of a narrative as to what he did during the day. Honestly, I’m really beginning to think that the best year of life is age 2. Who wouldn’t love to have their day consist of playing outside, greeting your friends, and having someone read you stories?? This kid has got it made! Take a look:
12/12/13 – Garrett went up and down the inside slide and he sat during circle time. Outside, he played in the house and tried to climb out from the windows. He went over to the gate saying, “Hi!’ as people walked by.
12/16/13 – Garrett sat on Teacher Sheri’s lap during circle time while she read a book. Garrett climbed up the large structure in the classroom. He loves to go down the slide on his tummy.
12/17/13 – Garrett sat and looked at a book. He rode a bike and put sticks through the fence. He climbed through the hula hoops on the large structure. He went down the slide and went to the neighbors. He also listened to Christmas music played by the bell choir.
Here’s what my day consisted of: “Jason worked.”
Who had the better day? (Answer: Garrett)