Here is Rollins and Ann Daniel on the barbie jeep at the McCulley's. Rollins loves Ann Daniel to death and they play so well together. I am so glad she has atleast one girl her age that she really likes. It just seems that everyone else her age is a boy. There were only 4 girls in her nursery school class this past year. I don't know what was in the water when we had her but she is definitely in the minority.
Sunday, June 22, 2008
Friday, June 6, 2008
Then, Rollins just gets bored and decides to lay in the floor. Why is it the teacher's grandaughter has to be the worst behaved when all the parents are watching?
And finally, here she is getting her diploma. Notice how we started the program with a bow and ended it, without one. I do not know what her deal is, but it drives me crazy because she would rather her hair hang in her face.
This is a great shot of her and Ann Daniel from the last day of school. They have become such good friends and I love to watch them play together. They are so sweet and sincere with eachother and they get so excited to see eachother. I am sure this is just the beginning of a very long friendship. What is so neat about this is that Brother is the one that introduced her parents back in college. Ann Daniel's mother, Julie Ann, was from Guntersville. Brother had a friend, Chris, at college who graduated with Clark, Brother's cousin in Birmingham. Brother brought Chris home with him spring break and that is how he and Julie Ann met. Now they live here.
Rollins had a wonderful school year and I can't wait for Grady to go next year. She is such a social butterfly and has developed so much as a result of her schooling. She has made some precious friends and I am looking forward to next year when they all come back.