March 10, 2008

Finish preschool
We will say goodbye to my sons' preschool after 10 years of walking there.
My younger son entered this preschool, when he was 10 months. My older son entered this preschool, when he was 1 year and 3 months.
From April they will go to elementary school together.

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At 5:51 AM , Blogger -LGirl- said...

As much as I am glad they are healthy and happy it makes me a little sad when children grow up.
Do the teachers dress like that everyday? Beautiful.

 
At 12:02 PM , Blogger Cazzie!!! said...

It is both a happy day and a sad day at the same time isn;t it? I felt this way when Mia finished at her preschool, it was the same place all 4 children had been attending.

 
At 8:56 PM , Blogger Lucy said...

-LGirl-,
Actually, my older son really likes this preschool. My older son picks up his younger son to the preschool with me. But next month he can�ft it. He feels very sad. LOL
We don�ft wear �gKimono�h everyday. We sometimes ware, when we have special something.

Cazzie,
Mothers and teachers, tears flowed freely as the graduation ceremony came to an end.
For me, before the graduation ceremony, I practiced not crying. �@

 
At 10:44 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations to your son on graduating.

I like the picture of the 2 characters with their book bags walking to school. Will the boys be able to walk to school together when the new term starts?

 
At 10:59 PM , Blogger Lucy said...

Tess,
Hi!
My son's go to school by train one stop. I think it is very unusual. Usually kids go to their puplic elementary by walk in Japan.

 
At 12:42 AM , Blogger SzélsőFa said...

In Hungary most smaller kids go to school in their parents' car, while some of the more grown up kids (ages 10-12 and up) go by themselves, by bus or train.

 
At 12:06 AM , Blogger Lucy said...

SzélsőFa,
My older son was 6 years old, it was difficult to go school by himself. I or my husband follwed him. But my younger son will go to shcool with his brother. I feel happy.

 
At 1:24 AM , Blogger Kieran said...

The teacher's clothes win. Too cool, just too cool for school. Yet there they are, being worn in school. Excellent.

 
At 8:45 PM , Blogger Lucy said...

Kieran,
Kimonos is traditional clothes in Japan.

 

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