After observing my daughter seek out the interaction of other children, I've decided to make the huge leap and enroll her in preschool this Fall.
I'm still searching for a protective bubble if anyone has any connections.
But seriously, it's the right thing to do. She's excited about it, at least for now, and it will get her out of the house for two mornings a week to play with other children.
I'm in the camp that says preschool is not college prep. I'm all about starting kids early, but quite frankly, I'm not going to rely on some preschool to do that. I'm relying on them to give her some quality interaction and crafts.
I cannot do crafts. Well, I can, but I choose not to. Although I can be guilted into them, particularly if you leave me in the middle of a Michael's store.
And so, I've looked at several resources for finding a preschool. I just want some place where the kids are all clean, healthy, and well behaved.
HA. Okay, stop laughing.
But you get my drift.
If your kids are in preschool, how did you choose? And honestly, how sick did your kid(s)? That's really what I'm dreading. Inquiring minds want to know!