Wednesday, June 25, 2014

{Rylan's Preschool Graduation}

 Sniff, sniff...Preschool graduation is here. That sweet boy in his bow-tie just melts me!!  It's no secret that I {heart} preschool.  We have been blessed with a wonderful preschool teacher for both Addison and Rylan. Ry had two full years with Ms. Cindy and we couldn't be happier with her fun preschool program.  She manages to teach them the basics while also cramming in lots of music and dancing and singing, art projects galore, dress-up days, and funky units (Ry LOVED the entire unit about monsters). She pours her heart into these kiddos and it really shows!  


Ry is learning to be quite the poser.  He was hamming it up big time as I clicked away on my camera just a few minutes before we headed out to the end-of-year graduation program.  


Ry is so animated on stage. He knows the songs, loves the content, and had us in tears we were laughing to hard.  He's not shy, that's for sure.




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 He was awarded a Super Achiever medal for completing an extra program at preschool that included knowing all his letters and sounds, counting to 100, reading each night, setting and achieving goals, and doing book reports.  


 He's official!
 Man, I love this boy!

 And we love, love Ms. Cindy. (Miles starts with her in September...yay!!)

 Congrats Rylan!  Onto Kindergarten!!

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