4/18/2018

Noah's Going To School



When Noah was a newborn I'd sit and imagine what he'd look like when he's older, what personality traits he'd have and what his interests would be. I'd even look ahead and plan for our future. One thing that felt like a lifetime away was school but let me tell you, it wasn't a lifetime! I blinked and he grew into everything I'd imagined and more. The past four years have been a whirlwind and we've made some incredible memories together as a family.

There's a reason for this sentimental post, it was school admissions day on Monday and Noah was given a place at the school that we wanted
. It was such a relief and we are so happy. It's now beginning to dawn on me that he's starting school in September and it's so surreal. It's such a huge milestone.

The next chapter in Noah's childhood will be full of big changes with starting school. It will be just as scary as it is exciting but I'm trying not to think so far ahead. We have Summer and his remaining months at nursery left to enjoy. Starting school is so bittersweet but it comes hand in hand with growing up.
 I'm so proud of Noah and the little boy that he's become.


10 comments:

  1. It's so weird to get used to when they are at school but you meet so many wonderful parents and it's opened our world up so much x

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  2. Aww I'm so happy he got into the school you wanted, Megan is in a really good school and spaces are limited, I'm dreading Mollie not getting on when it's time for her to go to school as we won't be in the catchment area, unless we get a house swap like we're desperately seeking xxx

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  3. Time can seem to pass quickly. Hopefully Noah is looking forward to starting school.

    Rachel Craig

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  4. Charlene Merrall19 April 2018 at 11:34

    Aw congratulations for getting the school you wanted. Starting school is such a huge change, I think its worse for us mummies than the actual children!

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  5. EXCITING times ahead - so glad you got the school you wanted

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  6. Have you had a guided tour around the school?

    Rachel Craig

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  7. Good luck to Noah I'm sure he will settle in really well

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  8. Wishing you all the best in your preparations for Noah starting Primary School.

    Rachel Craig

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  9. Noah may feel quite grown up at the thought of starting school soon. A big brother, and soon will become a schoolboy / schoolchild.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. Great photos of Noah.

    Rachel Craig

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