Last week, my son, Charles, started kindergarten. Of course, I was sad but I never cried as I am already miserable being sick over the weekend. My unexpected trip to the ER made me really nervous when I spit up blood occasionally. Thankfully, it was not as bad as I thought it would be. There was a sore on my tongue but it was weird though as I couldn’t feel anything at all.
Not having my son around is different to me as I am used to hearing him talk a lot and asks questions all the time. Making his own stuff, races, watching television, you tube videos, dancing, and singing, What Makes You Beautiful, from One Direction, Me and My Broken Heart, by Rixton makes me miss all those things like his latest songs on you tube. Its more than a week now with Charles in kindergarten. Looks like he is having a good time and enjoying himself being at school with other kids.
I hope he doesn’t gets bored as he already knows ABC’s and counting numbers except on writing his biggest nemeses. My biggest worries of him being away from me is still there yet I am confident Charles can do it on his own like using the restroom and eating his food without any complaints. He still is not used to getting up at 6:30 in the morning and so am I. I hate getting up early to be honest but I have to so I can prepare his breakfast, lunch, and give his bath.
In the afternoon I pick up Charles at school and I am looking forward to get back home so I can check his folders. His Orange folder, contains his school work papers. Tuesday folder, contains newsletter, papers that has to be signed and returned to school. Well, having a kindergarten I never thought it can be busy in the morning but I figured out how to manage my time during the day. What if there’s a baby on the way? Definitely my schedule would be very hectic doing household chores and the kids.