school and more school.
First… a tour of Izzy’s new classroom! We went last Friday to see her room before school started Monday. Melanie showed us around … Here is the communication device table. Look at all those cool devices! (oooh…ahhh!)
Here is the CRV (I think that’s right and not sure what it stands for, but Melanie checks it out from the library for the blind for Izzy). It is so cool and Izzy loves it!
Here is Izzy’s office! Notice all the orange?
Melanie had a present for MOI! I heart her.
This is the rest station! See the cute soft comfy orange and pink pillows. They have been enjoying this area daily this week!
Izzy has been doing great at school. First grade is GREAT! Here are a couple of notes from her teacher (Melanie).
Izzy had a great first day. During Mrs. Weber’s class she was extra attentive. She completed a page on syllables and sat by Isabelle (a friend from last year) during story time. During the story Mrs. Weber asked what kind of ice cream they liked and Izzy raised her right hand for chocolate! The next story was about Molly the shortest girl in her class. Molly loved her grandma and when Mrs. Weber asked the class who loved their grandmas Izzy raised her right hand! How cool is that! A grand day!
Another great day in 1st grade! Izzy was very verbal all day today. She raised her no hand for Mrs. Weber when asked if anyone had a question. She raised her right hand (yes) when I came to July for her birthday month! In music she sang! She was very attentive and had a great day!
Bailey started high school this year and Emelia started middle school. They are both having a great first week too!
I helped Amanda move into her dorm today at OU. We had lunch at Victoria’s and then faced chaos like you cannot imagine at the campus! So many people, so much stuff, so many lines. It was insane. But she is moved in and her room is small but cute. Her new roommate (Rachel) seems really nice and her family was very helpful and nice too. I already miss having her here, but am so excited for her. I’m thinking it’s going to hit me tomorrow morning when she’s not here to say, “good morning ma.” I’ll really miss that. She is the official door locker and checks all the doors every night. She has already texted me to remind me to lock up. She has big amounts of concern .