End Of An Era

Tomorrow marks the end of an era when Thing 4 graduates to the toddler classroom at daycare.

No more infant room. No more taking my shoes off to enter the classroom. No more filling out the sheet detailing when she last ate, last slept, and her mood for the day.

We’ve been in infant mode for pretty much the last 7 years. Bottles, baby carriers, pack and plays, spit up. It has become normal to us. I don’t remember life without it.

I won’t miss it a bit.

3 thoughts on “End Of An Era”

  1. Tom V,Actually, it was pretty easy for them to get our version of the H1B (Permanent Residency), but citizenship is much harder.Nevertheless, just the number of PRs granted in the past decade was staggering, and many of the admitted PRs were, shall we say, less than talented. But even working as clerks and lower-middle class jobs, they already put a squeeze on our less skilled workers.Illegal ones? We send them out. But when legal immigrants are accepted in such numbers, does it really make much of a difference?

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