|never too early! practicing "trick or treat"|
June began the month meeting another new baby, Etta, who was welcomed with lots of love by our friends Rachel and Dan. There is nothing so sweet as seeing your child meet the child of a life-long friend.
|June was delighted to hold Etta|
The next day was June's first day of full-time preschool. This year, June is in room 6 with teacher Pam at the Shoreline Children's Center. We can hear Pam's calm manner in June as she mimics her while re-creating school activities at home. She also can't stop talking about their October field trip to the pumpkin patch and the baby who is going to be visiting their class ("Will the baby be there today?") as part of the Seeds of Empathy curriculum. I remember when June was a baby teacher for this program when she was 3 months old.
|First day of school|
|playing "nap time" with "Teacher Sue"|
|showing us how to cut out shapes|
We spent a beautiful evening on Elliott Bay thanks to Pardis and Angie. June was fascinated to be on a boat with a bathroom. She probably went about 8 times in 3 hours.
|June and Captain Pardis|
|September in Seattle|
June is learning to do more and more things by herself. She can put all her clothes and shoes on, brushes her teeth without too much help and (her favorite) operates the mouse to pick out her favorite movies on the computer.
|picking out her own clothes|
June got to go on two sleepovers this month. Over one weekend she went to Aunt Heidi and Uncle Mike's house. She went on a bike ride with Uncle Mike, watched Ole's soccer game and got to see Great-Grandpa, Grandpa T and Aunt Sherry. She also came home with some new Frozen gear. Another weekend she went to Grandpa John and Grandma Nancy's house, capped off by a trip to the zoo!
|showing off her new purse and wallet from Aunt Heidi|
|Woodland Park Zoo|