The preschool graduation was adorable. They sang God bless America, K is for Kindergarten, and then sang The Itsy, bitsy Spider and Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes in both English and Spanish. The class also made a book about what they thought Peace was. It was hilarious. Some of the kids were very practical. To them, peace meant not hitting, no killing, no breaking toys... Others were a little more far fetched, peace is not kicking whales, or not killing goats, or not scaring guinea pigs. Kai said that peace was like driving a Lamborghini. I don't really know what that means.
Here is Kai getting his diploma.
Here is Kai hanging out with his friends after the presentation. They look so happy, you would think they were graduating from high school.
Kai's birthday was a lot of fun this year. My mom and dad were going out of town for his party, so they took him out of school on his actual birthday to have day just to themselves. They went out to lunch and they took him to Toys R Us and then went swimming. He had a great time. Ryan took him to see Shrek that evening and we ended the night going to his favorite restaurant, Taco Cabana.
This past weekend we had his birthday party. It was at Chuck E Cheese, and it was so much fun. We had 18 little kids running wild in that place.
I asked Kai what his favorite parts were of the party and he told me: the virtual reality roller coaster ride (pictured above) and getting tickets in the ticket machine (pictured below)
This has been a big month for Kai. He is growing up so fast, but is still the sweetest, most loving child a mother could ask for. I love you Kai! Don't grow up to fast.