The Preschoolers Have Won My Heart

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One of the reasons I’ve been so absent from my blog lately is that I am majoring in Early Childhood Education and I have been doing some of my student teaching in a preschool classroom. This semester I am in the classroom nine hours a week and then next semester it’ll be twenty hours a week. I have been at my field site for nearly two months now and I absolutely love it. The children are the sweetest and have won my heart. Each week I find myself looking forward to the days I get to come in a work with these wonderful children and excited to see them grow and develop right before my eyes. I’ve become so attached to this class that I am not sure I would want to leave them at the end of the semester. There’s a chance I’ll be placed there again next semester, but even so, that will be a month or so break in between that I will miss them! 


So anyways, children are the best and we can learn as much from them as they can learn from us (personally, I think we learn more from them), and they are also the reason I have been behind on writing my blog. But I think that they are a good reason to be behind. 🙂 


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I’m Ashamed.

I'm Ashamed.

It has occurred to me that I…may have let my blog slip. Just a tad…or a lot. It wasn’t anything personal, really, It’s me not you. If I haven’t already said this, I am a college student currently in the advanced study of my program, which basically means I am in the depth of my major and it has been a whirlwind of craziness. I do field work nine hours a week and write about five papers a week. Not to mention the projects. So on a scale from 1-10 on stress, I’ve breached the ten and hopped right on up to twelve. BUT, I still have a want to blog and write and do all the fun stuff, I just need to work on the right balance to fit everything in. Maybe I’ll start this transition to a once or twice weekly blog post and see what works best.

Forgive me? If not, I understand. I disappointed myself on this one.