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 Last week was Emily's kindergarten graduation.  I was sooooo very sad.  I was a little sad when she started kindergarten, but a whole lot more said for her to graduate.  I just feel like she is so old now.  Part of the reason I was so sad is because Emily has had a great start to school. I don't think she could have had a better year.  She loved every day of school.  She loved her classmates and she LOVED her teacher.  I was so thankful for Emily to have a teacher who is a Christian.  I started praying way before she started school that she would have just the right teacher that she needed and that she would be a Christian.  God answered my prayer!  Emily has learned and grown so much.  She has gotten some many wonderful experiences.  She has been exposed to so many things that are shaping who she is.  I am praying like crazy for her teacher and classmates next year.

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Emily is so big and so sweet! She is turning into such a special and beautiful girl! I'm so proud of her!
I'm so glad she had such a good year! What a big day!!!!
Johanne said…
Emily is growing up so fast. She is so beautiful and you have every right to be so proud of her. I know how you feel about your kids starting school, I had the same feelings back when my older boys started school. Congratulations to Emily for a wonderful year and to her amazing parents who helped make her the wonderful little girl that she is.

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