As you sleep so peacefully in your bed for the last time as a pre schooler I'm laid in mine reminiscing about the last 4 years. 4 years of that cheeky little laugh and your crazy imaginative personality.
You were the first baby I had all to myself at home while daddy went to work. (Grandma lived with us when your big brother and sister were born so I never really had much one on one time at the beginning). You've only just turned 4 so are still quite young as you start school.
I think that's why I don't feel ready for this as it's come around so quickly.
You are such a loving, caring little man and I know everyone will fall in love with you in an instant. You will make so many amazing friends, possibly some that you will remain friends with for life like mummy did.
As you move into this brand new, exciting chapter, remember what you've been taught. You know how to be polite, how to share (although sometimes you need to be reminded) and you know how to be nice to others, especially those who need a little extra kindness.
The time has come for you to spread your little wings. I know you will be nervous when it comes to us leaving you there in the morning but I promise you that you will love every minute.
Mummy and daddy are so proud of you and I cannot wait for you to come running out of the classroom doors to tell me all about your first day.
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