Almost a week and a half has gone by since K started 2nd genen. She has transitioned to many things during this time. She now sleeps on a cot instead of a crib. Mommy was skeptical but teacher Steph took this picture to prove to Mommy that K can. One great thing about 2nd Genen is they take a ton of pics of the kids and parents just bring a flashdrive and all the pictures are given to the parents. Teacher Steph has also started to transition K to have one nap starting around 12.
Mommy is most proud of K at daycare for drinking milk! Teacher Steph recommended getting the Nuk sippy cup. She won’t use the spout to drink but she will hold it like an open face cup. On Tuesday K drank at least a half cup full of milk from it! Mommy will have to capture a picture of K drinking when she can. But here’s the magic cup!
There are many positives to K starting school but Mommy must admit there have been some bumps along the way. K already got a cold but that's to be expected with so many new kids. K has also developed separation anxiety especially during bedtime. She will cry and stand up once Mommy leaves. K has not been able to sleep on her own or be put down awake. Hopefully this is only a short term thing since she's also been waking up in the middle of the night.
These days K is eating a lot as well. She really loves the cooking at school. It’s all pretty healthy and mostly organic. Here is a picture of K on her first day of school after her morning nap. She ate all the pasta in her bowl for lunch and asked for more!
Speaking of food, K is enjoying all kinds of food. Daddy thinks it’s because she is not drinking milk from bottles, so has more of an appetite. She loves burritos like Daddy.
She was trying to take the biggest bite she could!
She also likes the chicken tenders from Plutos and loves the beets in Mommy’s salad.
Last week Auntie Marge came to visit and brought Vietnamese food for dinner.
The kids enjoyed some relaxing time with their drinks on the front porch.
K’s favorite time at school is playing in the yard. There’s even a sandbox. It’s the first time she has played with sand. According to Teacher Steph she loves shoveling sand into buckets. K is ready to go to the beach next week for her Hawaiian adventures!