He was excited because he had a Tootsie Roll in his backpack that the teacher said he could have when he got home. That was the very first thing he told me when he got off the bus.
He got to play at the Lego table but was a little disappointed that it had Duplo blocks instead of real Legos. "Duplo blocks are for little kids!" he told me.
A little girl cried and then threw up. I'm not quite sure whether she was crying so much she threw up or whether her stomach hurt so she was crying and then threw up. Either way, that's not exactly the best way to start Kindergarten.
A little boy basically cried whenever he didn't get his way and was disruptive to the class. Not sure yet whether he was upset about his first day or whether he was just a spoiled brat. I guess time will tell.
And this little boy's behavior may change when he realizes he's going to get some bananas taken away and not get to pick a prize from the prize chest at the end of the week. Apparently punishment in Kindergarten is serious stuff!
Peter said he made a friend at the Lego table but he can't remember his name because it's too long.
I can't wait to find out this kid's name. It's probably Tom.
Before bath time tonight, Peter told me that the two best things about Kindergarten were riding the bus and lunchtime.
I was hoping he would say his favorite things were learning to read really long words and writing cursive but I guess we'll save that for tomorrow.
Oh well. At least he didn't throw up.
Although as I was tucking him in, he said his stomach felt like he swallowed a tooth. Then he said he was nervous that he couldn't find his class.
Tomorrow may be his day...