I have some "mommy" questions, and I'm desperately hoping that you all will have some answers for me! (Even Google isn't answering them for me!)
Natalee is smart, like, really smart. I thought maybe I was just biased, but I think she actually is smart. She turned 2 last month, she knows the entire alphabet, can count to 20 (ish), all colors, shapes, can write her letters and is starting to work on spelling and reading. The problem is: I don't know what to do next... I think she's ready for some sort of organized something. She is too young for every sort of class I can think of (swimming, gymnastics, dance...). The preschools all say that kids need to be 3 by September, which means that with her December birthday she will not be able to go until the year after next. Can you enroll them early? Is there some sort of law that calls for that 3 year criteria? I don't care if she spends extra years in preschool, at least she would be learning.
What would you do? What activities do your kids participate in? This is one of the few bad things about living in a small town. I can only assume that big cities have a lot more options for kids activities at this age.
OK, I'm officially on my knees begging you... I'm not too proud for that.
5 days ago