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    Thanks. Dd is so ready too, she's such a social and confident little thing. I kept her home because our school is an hour away. It's only my own issues making me fearful.

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    Oh, and my kids have had nothing but good experiences at school so far. No
    Bullying or anything . They are the sporty kids and just seem to fit in.

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    I was so excited when DD started prep! Ditto when DS started daycare.....

    She needs to learn how to deal with different types of people to function as an adult, and her school is quite inclusive! She has also developed a great deal of resilience which is so amazing considering the quiet, shy little thing she was when starting!

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    I balled my eyes out after I dropped DD off the first day, was a basket case. DS starts next year and while part of me is relieved (he's a very spirited child), I think it may be worse with him. Maybe bc he's the baby. Also bc I had hoped to have a 3rd by now and him at school is a reminder he's still my youngest and I have empty arms.

    I dread when they move out. Not sure if it will be empty nest syndrome or what. I just don't want them to grow up

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    Most days I'm so worried I'll go to school to pick her up, and she won't be there.

    Every pickup time, I'm so relieved that she's still there.

    I'd like to think they'd call me if my child magically disappeared from the premises, of course..


 

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