(above photos taken at a mom's party the night of graduation)
Wednesday was Cal's preschool graduation. At the ceremony, the director described an experience participating in a demolition to help prepare a new preschool space. She hadn't ever done anything remotely like it before and would rather have gone back home, but duty required she stay. A parent patiently taught her where to put her hammer and what to do. She quickly got the hang of it and the task became fun. As adults, we are occasionally faced with learning something new, and doing so is often intimidating to us. Children have experiences like this every day, often multiple times a day. Don't kids do such a good job taking on new things again and again, usually without incident?