My little sweet pea started her second year of preschool (next year will be kindergarten). She likes her teacher, and her class is mostly boys, but she enjoys it. (She frequently complains about the ratio of boys to girls, but one of the little boys is her princess dress up partner, so I guess it isn't really cramping her style too much.)
When I drew the apple on the chalkboard for the first day of school picture, Felicity asked me why there is an apple where it says first day of school. I explained that it sort of represents school and teachers, because kids used to give their teacher an apple on the first day of school. She gasped and said "poisonous?!" Her mind is always going.
The other day I was talking to my mom over the bluetooth in the car, which puts her on the speaker in the front seats. After a few minutes, Felicity said "mom, can you just get off the phone?" so I did. She said "I like my grandma, but I really like songs."
I am home during the day on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday most weeks, and there is no school Tuesday or Thursday for Felicity, so every morning she pops up and declares the day a girl's day. She frequently writes a list of things to do, including snuggles, costco, getting ice cream, watching Sofia the First, and other dream outings. We usually end up doing at least a couple of things on her list, since she lets me add our errands.