So I really did fall in love with the puppy costume afterall. I was a little worried that people were going to think she was a boy, but after adding the bows it was "girly" enough for me.
Look at that big girl at the ring toss trying to get one on the spiders leg.
This is Emma's class at MDO. Yes, that is my child in the teachers lap screaming to get away, with a sucker in her hand and she had no clue what to do with it. She unwrapped it right when we got there and never stuck it in her mouth, not once. I am not even sure if she knew it was edible.
It took her a while and a little encouragement from Daddy to get her to do the bean bag toss. However, she finally made it in and got a prize for her efforts.
When we returned to her room they had the tables set up for every kid just like this with their name on the little placemat. They had painted their little hands black last week and put it on the paper to make a spider, which was so cute (that part is hidden under the plate). Here is Emma at the table with her little MDO buddies. It was so cute to see them all sitting around that table. Emma is the youngest and smallest one in her class, but she fits in just fine. The kids range from 16 months - 24 months, but remember when she started she was only 14 months old. I must say that our little chatterbox talks more than any of them in the room.
Today was wonderful and so are all the ladies who work at the MDO program. They are so organized, patient and kind. There was so much for the kids to do from Emma's age up to Pre K and I think she really enjoyed it.