a rather quiet Thursday

Sounds like the perfect Thursday morning.

a day in the (preschool) life

We decided to have a rather low key (we heard Miss R say those words to Miss J) Thursday.
When we came in from the playground…we couldn’t go down to the field because Miss J and Miss R were worried it would be WAY too wet after the big storm yesterday…we were bummed, but we got over it.
Anyway…
When we came inside, after we washed our hands (with soap!) and sat on the couch, Miss R read KR-J’s book about Ladybug Girl. Then LM asked if we could please read more books, the ones with CD’s…and our Thursday morning was born.
We listened to a book Miss J chose, then one LM chose and one MN chose, and we have a couple saved for the next time we listen to books.

We didn’t make or do anything today…we just listened to books. We needed to sit with our friends…

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  1. Books and music, what could be better? You, who were so kind to share this post with us! smiles!

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