Today was the day.
We finally got a Wii. My neighbor texted us that they had them at the local Target, and we were off like a SHOT.
OK, OK. I forgot. There are more important things in the world than a Wii.
LIKE THE FACT THAT I DON’T HAVE A KINDERGARTENER ANYMORE!!!!
Seriously. Is that not the cutest thing, like, EVER???
No? You can’t be swayed by the adorable cardboard graduation cap? Then how about THIS?
The only thing marring this photo? The fact that later in the day we found out Bryan has pink eye. Now all I can see is him rubbing it up and down Declan’s cheek.
Other than that? Seriously. Kindergarten graduations are like emotional upheaval for the soul. All those cute little things up on stage singing, dancing, telling us what they want to be when they grow up. (Declan’s answer? “An artist.”) Queue the waterworks, dude.
The best part was when they all put their arms around each other, swayed back and forth up there on the rafters, and sang about how it’s OK to just be me and you be you and we’re being friends in harmony, yadda yadda yadda. NO ONE CAN *NOT* CRY WHEN THEY SING THAT CRAP, PEOPLE!!! It is physically impossible. In fact I tearing up again now.
Good thing Bryan is putting the Wii together and I can go knock the tar out of those two. I am done with crying for the day.