Thursday, August 10, 2006

Madison & her first day of School


Okay, here it is....she loved it. The first day went better than I thought it would. She was decked out in camo down to her feet........I also paintd her toe nails that color. She was nervous at first but is happy to get back. No homework this week..thank goodness. She has been quiet but I think this is her maturing. I can't believe she is 9 and in the 4th grade. I can remember the moment she came into this world....now she is shopping, wanting a cell phone and talking about BOYS!!!!
Alot of you had asked about her and well, she did great....why we worry.....well, I guess it wouldnt be real if we didnt...its like Barb says....you will always worry. This I believe. Thanks to all of you for thinking of me and praying for us both......
Jen

6 comments:

Barb said...

Nine is an emotional age for a little girl. Just beginning to approach puberty and all those "do I fit in" feelings. But she's a little doll. She'll do fine. And I don't want to scare you, but, um, I was in fourth grade when John Rayburn gave me my first kiss.

Sorry. :-)

lori said...

I am so glad to hear her first day back to school went well. Registration for school for my children was yesterday. They start back to school on the 23rd. I am really not looking forward to that day. My baby is in the 4th grade as well this year. He loves school! My niece is in the same class as his so that will be great! I work in the afternoon and can't make it to any of the parties. At least he will have a relative with him now

mom of 2 said...

She's a beauty! I'm glad she had a great first day!! They grow up too fast!!

Overwhelmed! said...

What a beautiful girl you have there. I'm so glad her first day back to school went well.

Chappyswife said...

She is pretty on her first day of school. Camo toenail polish? Just kidding! I love the outfit. I hope her school year is awesome!

Christina said...

I love the outfit. She has better fashion sense than I do. It's funny how the girls now a days really know about style. Maybe we all should take lessons from the kid's.