He is so social, and loves to play, but realizing that preschool isn't all fun and play, has been interesting for him. I think he's still figuring it all out.
Andy was able to come home before he was done with preschool today, so we went together to pick him up. Wilson immediately ran over to him to give him a big hug.
Andy was a little sad, that he wasn't able to see him off on his first day, but unfortunately, that's sometimes how it will go.
They do breakfast and lunch, so that had been nice, but I worry about Wilson eating well. There were a couple times, I noticed that he looked like he hadn't eaten much, and was asking me for food when we got home.
I've been trying to stress to him that it's important to eat at school. That he gets to eat with his friends at school, but I'm not sure if he's really understanding me.
I don't want him to starve, so I've been giving him either a small sandwich, or a snack.
Callie and I have been enjoying our one on one time. We went to a coffee shop together, and have been running errands together. She loves going to pick her brother up, and sometimes I have had a hard time getting her to leave.
I think I will look into a part time thing for her next year, so maybe the transition into a full preschool isn't overwhelming.
I wish I would've done it with Wilson, but he has been getting individual speech and back in Louisiana, pyschologist sessions, so he had something.
I'm hopeful he will continue to love preschool, and learn a lot, and learn to love to learn! He made a craft and took a picture on his first day at school.
Notice he said he liked "playing school" that really cracked me up.