For the first almost four years of Cayden's life, he went to the same preschool. Last Septemeber, my parents moved back to Alabama, and this past March, my mom offered to watch the boys for a much discounted daycare price. We gladly accepted. And both boys have excelled with all the one-on-one attention they're receiving. I mean Sawyer, just barely over two, can now count to 20. Maybe that's not impressive, but I'm pretty sure Cayden wasn't quite that advanced at 28 months.
But that's so not the point of this post... When fall registration for schools was coming up, we decided to put Cayden back in a program for three days a week. It'll get him semi-prepared for what's coming next year. (As a side note? My oldest starts kinder next fall. Yikes!) We decided to put him in our church's school and have not regretted that decision for a moment. Y'all, they walk to the cafeteria and have lunch at real school tables. How cute is that?
Anyway, the original daycare he went to didn't allow dressing up for Halloween. And that always made me just a little bit sad. So this year when we discovered that Cayden would not only get to dress up, but that there was also a Halloween Parade? We were thrilled. And Cayden's been pumped about it all week. This morning was the parade and it was so fun to see all of the 3-6 year olds dressed up in their Halloween garb. Also? Cayden was Spiderman for Halloween last year too. So we just recycled his costume and he was totally down with it. That right there? That's what I call a win-win.