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Big School

Poppy - SeagullsNow that Poppy has turned three she had her first day at ‘big school’ yesterday.  Big school (Seagulls) is actually an extension of her childcare program but is located in the grounds of her future primary school – Waimea Heights and is only 5 minutes walk from home.

She was full of beans last night having had a great first day – painting, playing soccer on the oval, reading and riding bikes.

Like James, she is growing by the day.  Her speech is developing, her vocabulary expanding and her attitude is blossoming!  Don’t they say that three is the new two?  We have had to exercise some serious ‘time out’ measures and I need to get better at being consistently consistent!

Poppy - Seagulls

Poppy - Seagulls

Poppy - Seagulls

Over the weekend Poppy ‘helped’ me in the kitchen!  Here is her ‘Ballerina Cake’ … oh yum!

Ballerina Cake

Ballerina Cake

… and we collected autumn leaves in Hobart late last week.  Such beautiful colours.  X

Autumn leaves

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