It means she has a day of fun (minus Mumma) where she plays with other children, she gets to use her imagination, she learns something new (yesterday it was playing on the computer as part of an introductory free Computer Gym session, which I'm told she loved!) and is part of a little group which gives her a sense of belonging.
On 1st December the daycare will be holding it's Christmas concert, where the kids will perform dances and songs they have been practising at daycare all year. Last year, "Popette" was a little taken back with all the people watching and cried up on stage, so we hope this year she'll be excited and enjoy herself.
I love it when she comes home all excited and tells me about her day, or how much she missed me (I love that part in particular!!).
So this week I am grateful that:
- We can afford to send "Popette" to daycare two days a week, and for her to learn and experience new things that I can't always teach her at home.
- To have some one-on-one time with my little "Cherub", without the constant interruptions from her big sister.
- I get a little time to myself (mainly when "Cherub" has a nap) so I can do something that pleases me, not just the list of chores or housework that constantly is required.
What are you grateful for?
I am linking up with Maxabella Loves over at Kidspot Village Voices.