I think Caed will do great. He makes friends easily, has no trouble starting up conversations with random kids at the park, grocery store, Target, etc. He is pretty talkative and loud, so I'm sure we'll hear about that from his teacher. Lol. But, he gets it from my side of the family.
Thing 2 (a.k.a Oliver/War Machine/Bucky.... notice he's always the sidekick??) was excited about starting school too - even though he's not. Lol. He is going to miss his big brother something fierce. I think we're going to try to put him in Pre-K one or two days a week to get some interaction with other kids once big bro starts school in August. I'm afraid he's going to take it pretty hard. That's the downside about them being at home together 24/7.
Saturday the boys and I got our "date day". KC had his homeless ministry outreach, so the boys and I had a fun day together. I love the last Saturday of the month for that reason. I work all day, and don't get a lot of time with the boys in the evenings before bed time and with all the church activities. So this is one of my favorite days. We went to buy them some new sandals/flip flops. They never really wear flip flops, so this was new to them both. Caed had a harder time with it because he has big feet and the ones in his size don't have the back strap like Ollie's did. But, he got used to them pretty quick. I'm glad they changed into their sandals because we went to Gulley Park after that, and I forgot that there's a creek there that they can play around. We stayed there for a bit then headed to Bliss for some yummy cupcakes. We picked up KC then headed back to the park for a while.
It's been a great week. Not only with the fun we've had with the boys, but I also mentioned about the fundraiser we've been blessed to be a part of. So head over to Worthy of the Prize's blog and check it out. We're part of the April Adoption Feature. Pretty exciting!
Caedmon and Oliver
After exploring a big bush
The boys and I at the park
Daddy spraying them down.