It’s report time and this is the first year that we have had a “big boy report” for Noah from Year 1 and the first year they have both had a school report. It was very exciting reading them out as a family. Albeit followed by a sibling fight, which ruined the moment, hey ho! They both made Mummy and Daddy really proud with their effort and understanding. Both brilliant little mathematicians!
I literally do not know what to do with myself this week. It all exploded on Saturday morning and things have been a rocky roller-coaster ever since. Noah, my 6 year old, has been on and off stroppy for a few months now. Nothing too major, throwing arms around when he doesn’t get his own way. Sometimes shouting at me, hitting his sister (same old there). But, something progressed at the weekend and I would really love to know WHY!
My little man is turning five, I cannot believe it is true. For I still remember the day he was born and seeing my parcel of blue. Everyday he makes me so proud, he is getting his boyish charm, Starting school and making friends, our lives are never calm.
It’s that day, the one where I usually look on Facebook and think what is all the fuss about. The one where I never thought I would feel the way that I do: overwhelmed! We got our first choice of school, which must be some sort of miracle as it is a lovely little school and not in our catchment, but we got it. I am completely over the moon and I just know we made the right decision for our little people.
Today it is little Noah’s birthdate anniversary, he is 4 years and 3 months old, yes it has been 3 months since his birthday and my last Noah update. Things have been extremely busy since his last birthday and a lot has changed, a lot has happened but little Noah is going from strength to strength except for one thing: not listening!
It’s finally here, the little four, its crept up on us and is at our door. Many days and many nights, he’s been growing and has been a delight. He learns all day, he learns with pride, the beaming smile he just can’t hide. We love him so, you cannot deny, the happiness he gives us, why? Because he’s ours and because he’s a joy, my little Noah the birthday boy.
My little man is growing up, incredibly so, he’s learning bigger words, longer sentences and he is rather clever. I suppose all nearly 4 year olds could be described this way, but there you go. I have been told that there are children that go to school that cannot go to the toilet on their own, or write their own names yet – so with that in mind I think my little man is doing alright.
I am looking forward to the developments this month as we have our summer holiday, where we can spend quality time as a family and it is so healthy for the little ones (not quite for Mummy and Daddy thought I suspect). We are off on our holidays tonight and Noah is really looking forward to flying on a plane. I don’t blame him.