We attended our grandson Hayden's preschool graduation party yesterday. It was a lot of fun! Seeing all those little people in their little green robes and floppy hand-sewn mortarboard hats... priceless. It was raining almost the whole time and it was held outdoors, I'm so glad I wore a coat, hat and my shawl! We were under a shelter, thank goodness. Here is my little guy. :-)MY baby, holding HIS firstborn son. I love the look of pride on my son Travis' face.
They had this little "bridge" that they used for the kids to cross over as they graduated and their name was called out. Photo op! :-)
The cutest thing was that they had practiced a song to sing for us with hand motions and all.. the teachers tried to make an umbrella cover for them... CUTENESS!
Hayden making hand gestures for the song and singing.. sweet.
After the song, they invited us to partake of a Fiesta meal - there was chicken chimichangas, Mexican rice, refried beans, tortilla chips, carrots and celery and lemonade, with watermelon slices for dessert. They also had a "bounce house" for the kids to play in and 3 different dance groups performed. It was really neat!
I brought my knitting to the event and a few people asked me what I was making and I said, a bunny dress.. and they looked at me a little funny and said.. Oh... hmm.. :-) I have a little ways to go before it's done. This was a REAL challenge for me - I've never made arm holes of "knit front and back" The next challenge will be I have to put 3 double pointed needles in the arm holes and knit them out a ways.. oy.
We are having a nice day so far, sunny and some clouds. We're off to Costco in a bit to get some salad and veggies. We're on 3 weeks and 2 days of a lower calorie and smaller portion meal plans - and it's paying off. :-) Thanks for visiting and have a GREAT weekend!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)