It's a big event in a young person's life and marking it with a party is very appropriate.
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Let me just start off by saying Miss R wore an amazing outfit- I personally think it made it in the TOP 5 on her Kindergarden fashionista list. It had sparkles, flounce and matching flip flops. Plus it was a good hair day.
What really caught my attention at the event was this simple display of each child in Miss R's class holding a sign to complete this sentence:
7 out of the 10 boys in her class want to be farmers. Wow, I'd say that is a pretty good percentage of future farmers in our community! I was a little surprised at that many kids who see their future in farming but on the other hand -- Proud that so many of our kids see themselves walking in their mom and dad's footsteps to carry on the tradition of raising food. It would have been fun to dream about being a baseball player, race car driver, police man, hunter-- all popular boy jobs. But no, instead they want to be FARMERS!
I can't wait to see how these kids grow and become their dream.
Now for Miss R- the sign she is holding- Ballerina.
I was surprised by this, since for over a year now she has talked about being a Doctor. She goes into complete detail every time she talks about it; explaining that she wants to help people and make them better. When I questioned her about her profession change she said that she'll "make her final decision when she's 18"
...stay tuned, it could get interesting.