She seems to like school. She always says she had fun and that she gets to color and play. We have a nice little routine down now. We walk to school which we both enjoy, even though I am sweating at the top of first hill and it about 30 degrees outside. When I get to school I hang her jacket on her hook, put her backpack in a tub, put her snack in a tub, and put her notebook in a tub. The notebook is sent home every day and the teacher adds things to it that we need to know and we can write notes to them. Then I take Brooklyn to use the potty before she goes to class. And I’m pretty sure they don’t do this in the U.S. but the little boys and girls share the same bathroom! When we were touring the school I took Brooklyn to the potty and a boy came in and used the bathroom right beside us! I looked around and noticed the bathroom was blue and thought uh-oh, there must be boy and girl bathrooms, but no, one bathroom for both! After the potty, I take her to class, where she refuses to say bonjour to the teacher. The teachers always have activities already out on the table and she chooses one to play. Most of the time she has been happy and tells me bye and that she loves me! The two year old class gets picked up in the cafeteria and I can’t wait to pick her up every day. When she sees me in line, she gives me the biggest smile! It is the highlight of my day!