Jackson’s first day of Preschool

Jackson had his first day of preschool yesterday! I know you’ve heard me mention it a lot in anticipation, but the day came and went. There’s 4 moms in the neighborhood that got together and purchased preschool curriculum. Several of my friends kids didn’t make the preschool cut off and I wasn’t ready to send J to preschool at the local school yet. It turned out perfect! Each of us take a turn teaching 2 days a week one week out of the month(the 5th week of certain months we’ll go on field trips). The curriculum was about $90 each for the whole year(we bought the curriculum for the whole year at a discount in March, but they send you each month’s packet monthly). Here’s a link to what curriculum we use here.

J was really excited to go, but he was confused that he wasn’t riding a bus or going to the middle school that we pass everyday by our house. I had to explain to him that he was just going to his friends Derek’s house. He actually cried for a few minutes and didn’t want me to leave, but he eventually calmed down. When I picked him up he was really excited to show me his art, numbers, and his hand that his teacher traced for him. I really enjoyed the 2.5 hours I got to clean bathrooms, vacuum, and  run to Target. I’m excited to try some new workouts during that time too!

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After I picked up J we headed to my mom’s for lunch so he could tell her and my sister all about his day. We took a few more pics there with the “My first day of preschool” sign.

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Then we headed to my MIL’s so she could hear about his day and to make peach jam. My in laws have 2 peach trees that give sooo many peaches every year. This year we decided to use this recipe(altered slightly) to make peach jam. It was a success! We also put some in bags to freeze for smoothies.
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Since I didn’t get done making Jam till about 5pm I made a stop at Cafe Rio for dinner. It had been too long since we ate there, and it was so good.
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Let’s end on a random tip shall we? Don’t use your curling iron in Singapore without a serge protector because when you bring it home said curling iron will be broken:( Luckily, I’ve bought the same one since high school from Target for $10!

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Happy Wednesday!!

what kind of curling iron, flat iron do you use?

peaches or nectarines?

 

 

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About Sugar Plum Runner

Welcome to the Sugar Plum Runner! I grew up in WA state, but currently reside in UT with my husband Josh, son Jackson, and 2 daughters Lily and Claire. I love running, but I have never been so inspired to run, race, and blog about it since 4 years ago after I had Jackson. I grew up playing soccer and cheered in high school. My favorite part of both sports(and yes I consider cheer leading a sport) was the conditioning. I found myself running after practice was over on my own. That's when I realized that running may be the sport I really loved.
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4 Responses to Jackson’s first day of Preschool

  1. Peaches! I don’t style my hair regularly (unless its short, then its all flat iron) but when I want to get curls I use a 1 in barrel, and I’m thinking about getting a 1.5 inch so I can have some bigger looser waves. I think its great that you’re all sharing the preschool! What a great way to start learning!

  2. That’s the same curling iron I use haha Sad yours broke though.
    J is so dang cute! Glad he had a good time and you enjoyed the time to yourself! 🙂

  3. jumpeatrun says:

    That was a really cool idea to get together and purchase a curriculum! probably really fun to teach too 🙂

  4. Peaches!! I never do anything realy to my hair but put it up or brush it… so I use some cheap flat iron…

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