Wednesday, November 16, 2011

First Day of School Fairy

I have decided to start a new start of school tradition. The night before the first day of school, we will have a little visitor called, 'The first day of school fairy'. Lane totally ratted me out to the boys so they have a pretty good idea that it wasn't a fairy who put goodies in their backpacks. How rude! ;) That's okay, it's still going to be titled and gifted from 'The first day of school fairy!'
Porter and Grady put their backpacks outside their door to awaken to a full backpack of fun filled items!


Porter's loot.

Smiling...because that is what I have taught him since out of the womb.

Grady's loot.

Enjoying checking out his surprises. I had to make this truly exciting and so I went again my better judgment and put mini marshmallows in his new snack cup. Guaranteed, he loved it!

Porter's first interview with his teacher a few days before school.

This is what we brought her as a ice breaker-get to know you-my child is the coolest, treat. "With you as my teacher, I am going to be one smart cookie!"

And here it is! The grande finale! Porter's first day of school with year 2 of brotherly goodbyes and loves. They were both having excellent hair days as well. I know I will enjoy pictures like these more with each wrinkle I get. Love savoring my crazy dudes.

4 comments:

The Pratts said...

You are the queen of the cute teacher gift/Valentine/treat bag etc! Love it! And I can't wait to show Tim the First Day of School Fairy! He always gives me a hard time about these extra "nocturnal visitors" I come up with...now I can show him it's in a woman's blood!

Stacey said...

Hahah! Yes, there should be a mythical creature for every occasion leaving treats and toys. It just never gets old. I can't wait to get my toothfairy gig on. ;) Tim should buy you a special wand.

kimara said...

You are such a fun mommy! I wish I had done the school fairy that would have been awesome! There weren't blogs when London was little, in my defense or pinterest! Iwill be an awesome grandma one day!

The Lowries said...

I love all these cute ideas! I also love how you included the little Gradesters and got him some back to school stuff too. I bet he is so excited to go to school one day too, like his big brother :-) I miss these little guys...or I should say big guys. They are growing up too fast. Kiss them and squeeze them for me :-)