Adam’s Preschool Graduation

Tuesday night was another big milestone for our family – our fifth grandchild graduated from preschool.  The program was great – I couldn’t believe was they had all those four & five year olds doing – and Adam got an award for Most Improved Handwriting, for Counting to 100, and I think one more that escapes me right now.  Congratulations to one super kid!

They had a great slideshow going on when we got there.  Some of the kids who were graduating had been at the Child Development Center at Mount Gallant since the infant room, so some of the slides were from when those kids were tiny.  Of course I couldn't get a picture when a slide of Adam was up there, but it was great entertainment.  The banner was great, too.

They had a great slideshow going on when we got there. Some of the kids who were graduating had been at the Child Development Center at Mount Gallant since the infant room, so some of the slides were from when those kids were tiny. Of course I couldn’t get a picture when a slide of Adam was up there, but it was great entertainment. The banner was great, too.

One of Adam's parts in the program was the role of the boy Jesus in the Temple, where he ended up his speech saying that one way he could show he loved God was by obeying his parents.  That made me smile. :-)

One of Adam’s parts in the program was the role of the boy Jesus in the Temple, where he ended up his speech saying that one way he could show he loved God was by obeying his parents. That made me smile. 🙂

After all the singing & dancing were over, the students left the stage, and then processed back in to "Pomp and Circumstance," in their graduation caps.  And of course for the entire program they had on their Class of 2014 shirts.  So cute.

After all the singing & dancing were over, the students left the stage, and then processed back in to “Pomp and Circumstance,” in their graduation caps. And of course for the entire program they had on their Class of 2014 shirts. So cute.

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