Thursday, October 9, 2008

Preschool or . . . .

Jedi training? Yes, apparently DH and I are not paying for Carter to go to preschool 2 mornings a week, we are paying for Carter to go to Jedi Training 2 mornings a week. He is in a 4 year old class full of little boys. I think there is only 2 or 3 little girls in the class. Most of the little boys are friends and very much into Star Wars, so, when it comes time to play outside, they all are Jedi masters and servants. This even carries over into the classroom when the servants have to sit next to the masters during circle and snack time. All I can say is, "Bless Mrs. Beth and Mrs. Amanda's hearts!" Luckily, Mrs. Beth had 4 boys, so she is use to all of their doings!!! I may not be posting regularly over the next few days. Jedi Training is out for fall break and one of the kids and I will be heading to Montgomery for wedding stuff this weekend. However, I will be back and until then
May the Force be with You!!

8 comments:

BITRCountryGirl said...

Jedi training?! I'm more of a spaceballs fan myself but the original star wars is a great movie. Have a good time this weekend! May the Schwartz be with you!

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Arika said...

Haha! This makes me laugh! Oh the stories they tell! :)

Lady Dorothy said...

I'm back already! Thanks for stopping by my place on our BATW tour! I do hope you'll visit again!

Cheryl Wray said...

I am ALL ABOUT some Jedi training!! I love Star Wars, so I don't think he can really go wrong. LOL

My Sweethearts said...

Eli is way into Star Wars, too! He plans to be a Clone Trooper for Halloween. I bet he and Carter would have fun together.

Pink Ink said...

Cute! Thank goodness for Star Wars though, or my son, who is the middle child between two girls, wouldn't have an outlet :-)

Ronnica said...

I'm a late straggler from BATW. Hope you don't mind.

Your son's class sounds like the kindergarten Sunday school class that I teach. We usually have 4 girls and about 12-15 boys. Ahh!

Karen said...

That is tooo funny :-)

My boys and my daughter were also into Star Wars stuff, when they were growing up. That was when the first Star Wars movies came out.

It's kind of comforting to see that nothing much has changed :-)

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