good luck to the little uns starting school 2mrw
my 5 year old is starting school 2mrw and my nerves have GONE
have just had a winge carnt help it hope he does ok.
keep going into his room and kissing the face of him(hes asleep by the way)
Even typing this am having emotional moment
Hes fine about it, hes got his new lunch box and uniform all ready for 2mrw its just me am not.
Been here 12 weeks now maybe things are turning into reality dont get me wrong i am enjoying every minute am just feeling abit emotional right now
GOOD LUCK to all the kids starting their new school 2mrw!!!!!
Ah you poor thing, My little boy is three and I just know I will be a nervous wreck when its his first day at school!
Good luck, I'm sure he will love it! x
Sorry Sue, but I can't wait to get them back at school.... but as you know, mine are a bit older than yours, lol. But in saying that, I'm also a bit worried hoping they ALL settle in ok.
I'm sure Charlie (hope I got the right one) will be fine.
Sue he will love it !!!!! just think of the peace and quiet as well - that is weird at first i found (aidan as you know did 2 months in the UK) but you will soon get used to it !
but yep agree good luck to them all !!! heres hoping they all settle in well which i am sure they will - no probs - or should i say no dramas !!!!!!!
I'm with Kim and Pete. Shame we can't send Niamh and Joe as well.
I'm sure he must need it. Ours are climbing the walls. Sophie wanted to go to bed in her uniform to save time in the morning. We allowed her to get it out and hang it over the back of her chair.
I know he will be fine Sue. ;) I just hope you are too.
Well ours haven't been in school here yet so tomorrow is their 1st day and I really feel for them and I am very nervous.
My eldest (10) is excited but very nervous as when he started school at 'home' he went with a few friends he already had so he is worried about not making any new friends.
When my twins started school at 'home' there were a load of crying kids not wanting to leave their mums but my twins were asking me 'when are you leaving mum, were fine' don't know if they are well adjusted children or I am a bad mother
For us its the start of some 'normality' to our lives here, maybe we can get into a routine here at last
you are all so nice
just been in for another squeese!!!(carnt help it)
sam and louis will be there too so that makes it alot easier.
yes kim you got charlie right!
my house is gonna be so quiet 2mrw, think i might join the local playgroup with harry
carnt wait for this time 2mrw when its all over, kids hey!!!
I know how you feel. My youngest is starting tomorrow for the first time in Oz and Im sure Im not going to sleep tonight for worrying about it. She seems fine and excited but Im a nervous wreck!
Sue - good luck - hope all goes OK. My little girl started in Sept in UK & I was fine till she went into the building - then blubbed the whole way home in the car! I now dread having to do this all over again when we get out & she has to start again. That all being said - she loves school - like most children that age, it is all about friends & playing.
My son - didn't even look back to me when he started school here in the UK and my daughter who has just joined reception in Sept 08 (and age 4 at end of Aug 08 - making her youngest in her class) went in basically saying ok - you can go now, as she was super excited :v_SPIN:. I of course was in tears!
I think my concern is if we ever get to oz this time next year - I worry in case they will be bored if kept behind a year
Does that happen?
I hope it all goes ok for you tomorrow and to everyone in a similar position ;)