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    Back to school today!
    baby1at35 posted:
    Feels like it has been a long winter break !

    So I asked Tre. You ready to go back to school today?
    Yes Mom but I may have forgot some stuff and my seat at school is probably cold.
    Haha! He cracks me up.
    Henry is moping around not wanting to go back ... Grumbling over breakfast about going back to school. LOL
    What a crew we have here. I don't want to go to work either !
    Me (43) 2 busy boys 7 yrs and 6 yrs
    earleyml1012 responded:
    My kids aren't in school yet but this is the first full week for daycare for them since the week of December 17th. The last two mornings have been a little rough on them as they have to get up again. The baby was extremely moody today but I think she might be coming down with something.

    I'm sure you can't wait to hear if Tre really did forget everything and if his seat was in fact cold!

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