This last year has been busy, we have had so many adventures, you have welcomed another little brother into your life and you have done it beautifully, despite the fact nothing really went to plan. Every day we have played, explored, socialised, learned and loved. This has been the year that you learned to read, to add, to subtract, to ask such intricate questions, to climb, to run with a football, to open a ringpull, to dress yourself, to play memory and to work a tablet.
You are about to turn four which means school is on the horizon and in so many ways you are oh so ready. You cannot wait to dress in your smart blue uniform and head off into your purple classroom. You want to make new friends, play with their toys and discover more about yourself and the world. You are starting to ask questions that I struggle to answer, and I hope school will encourage your curiosity even further. We have been discussing electricity a lot recently, you are so fascinated by it all and how things are made is another great topic. My to do list for the week includes things like googling the inside of a telegraph pole, finding out the temperature that fossil fuels are burned at and coming up with the best answer for how rocks got onto the earth. You challenge me every day, and I love being on this journey of learning with you.