The Pea's Big Day


Today is the Pea's first day at Kids' Day Out.  I'm not sure what I'll do with the morning to myself (most likely clean...and I have a first draft of a PB I need to finish).  I do know I'll miss that little buglet like crazy.

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  1. Just remember this...when you are aching to the core for him to be back in your arms...that being at day care is a really good experience for him. He will be off and playing with other kids five minutes after you've gone.

    Focus on you...and it will be better for him in the long run.

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  2. You'll be fine and recharged for when he comes home.

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  3. Hope your cutie pie has a great time. Take a deep breath, say a prayer and dig into something you're passionate about. The time apart will fly.

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  4. Thanks for the pep talks! I've gotten more done so far in the twenty minutes since I dropped him off than I normally do in an entire morning. So far, so good!

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  5. Enjoy some you time before you get busy. BTW, my lovely pink package arrived safe and sound - woo-hoo! I love it. Thank you again, Karen. :-)

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  6. Have fun! Enjoy that he's enjoying and then enjoy yourself. :)

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  7. A big step, isn't it! I've been there-three times, and very soon my youngest is starting daycare, three days a week. I'm dreading the day, and at the same time looking forward to it. Hard to always work "in between".
    Good luck to him and you!

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  8. Hoorah for Mommy time! Enjoy every single second. And I bet you'll enjoy him that much more when he comes home after having a little time off.

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  9. Naptime, mommy'd day out, all precious moments of time for mommy and yet we find ourselves lonely, missing our little tornados. My little guy goes to kindergarten next year and I'm happy and sad, all in the same. Don't clean while he's gone...write!

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  10. Awww, hope you enjoyed your time and didn't miss your little man too much! Just started reading your blog..writing during naps sounded all too familiar! Enjoying it!

    Kelly

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  11. I bawled my eyes out the first time I left my daughter at preschool. But she was fine, I was fine, we all survived. And I was so happy to pick her up at 1! Make the most of your time with him and without him :)

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