My mom drove down from Issaquah today to join Ella and me for Logan's graduation. Ron had an all-day conference in SeaTac that prevented him from being able to come which was a bummer. As a result, I was so grateful to have my mom join us and support Logan on his big day. Logan looked so adorable in his outfit with his big, blue cast! He was definitely the only child in the entire room graduating with a cast on and it definitely set him apart from everyone else.
Logan did a good job walking into the chapel with the rest of his classmates while "Pomp and Circumstance" was playing. They then sang a few songs with the help of the pastor before walking up one at a time to get their "diplomas" from the teacher. Afterward, we took some pictures and ate some delicious refreshments. It was a wonderful way to spend the morning celebrating Logan. He really has grown up so much this past school year after struggling with his "terrible twos" for several years. Logan has really matured and has really learned how to control his emotions when he gets upset. In addition, he has become a lot more agreeable and is barely thrown off by transitions from activity to activity. Logan also LOVES coloring and looking through books and can easily spend one to two hours at a time sitting down and quietly working. For all of these reasons, I feel like he is finally ready for Kindergarten to begin in the fall. Good job, Logan! We are so proud of you!
Logan walking into the chapel with the rest of his class.
Logan standing on the back row getting ready to sing the first song.
Logan singing away.
Logan getting his diploma from Miss Vera.
Walking towards us with a big smile on his face.
Ella and Logan standing under the balloon arch for a picture after the ceremony was over.
Logan and our beloved Miss Vera posing for a picture at the end of the morning. Oh, how we are going to miss seeing her next school year!