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1st Day of School Dubai

After a 3 month summer break the kids have finally started school! I am excited, even though it is a bit quiet around here, wait, especially because it is quiet around here!
The boys are so brave.  1st day at a new school in a new country and they act like they do it every day.
John and I heard a door at 4 am so he got up to check on the boys.
He slowly opens the door to find Kaiden, hair brushed, full uniform on, bed made to a crisp, sitting on the corner of his bed.
John says, "Baby, it's not time to get up yet, it's 4 am".
To which Kaiden replies, "I know, but I'm ready!"
Ethan on the other hand, oh my Ethan.
Sloppily gets out of bed, gets dressed and spills breakfast on his uniform.  They are so different, I love everything about them.

In the lobby

 Little sister seeing them off.  She smiled like crazy when they came home, she loves her brothers soooo much!
 Ethan waiting for the bus, he entertains himself by playing.
 Kaiden waiting for bus, stares out the window and counts the seconds.
 I love these eyes so full of wander.

 Ethans class.  Check this, 7,500 miles from GA and Ethans teacher is from Atlanta! She moved here a few days after we did!
 Kaidens teacher is from New Zealand.
Kaidens class has only 11 students and Ethans has 17 and both classrooms have assistant teachers.  I think that this is amazing!
 The teachers will not be overwhelmed and actually have time to teach, what a concept!
What the boys love is that the school has iPads! I think that is pretty cool too.
And me, what did I do today?
While doing some laundry Amalia was laying on this blanket next to me (she will not let me out her sight and our shipment has not come yet so I have none of her toy sit up things) looking absolutely gorgeous.  

And this last one I KNOW will melt her Daddys heart.  Just for you my love =)


  1. Love your blog Rebecca. Thanks for sharing your journey with us!!! You are loved and much though about.


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