Monday, January 07, 2008

The Littlest Sunbeam



Because of when Kate's birthday falls, she gets to go into Primary when she's just barely turned three. The way they do it at church is that kids are in the nursery from eighteen months to three years old, but they move up at the beginning of the new year. So if a child is born in January, they stay in nursery till they're almost four. We've been wondering how Kate would handle being in with the bigger kids.

The 3-4 year old class in Primary is called Sunbeams (after the "Jesus wants me for a sunbeam" song). Here's our little Sunbeam on her first day. I hear she had a good time. She likes singing, and stories, and she has some good teachers. (The "staying in your seat" concept will take a bit longer, I think.) When I asked her later if she liked Primary, she said, "Yes!"

6 comments:

Kate's Dad said...

now that is a sweet picture!
Happy Sunbeaming, Kate!

Barb said...

Yay Kate! I hope she continues to enjoy Primary. How fun. That is a really sweet picture.

We like our Wensleydale! It tastes kind of like a soft parmesan to me. It sure is fun! Kyle really gets a kick out of the wax around it.

Kate's Grandma said...

Awwww, so very sweet. I wish we lived closer. Congratulations Kate!

Not a relative of Kate, just a blog fan, lol said...

Such a sweet photo! She loves so grown up!

Not a relative of Kate said...

Opps, I meant to say "looks so grown up"

Freer Family said...

Oh my goodness! Are you serious? She is in primary now?!?!