In our school district, everyone starts school on a Thursday.
Except for the kindergartners – they start on the following Monday. Which means that Simon had to watch his older brother and sister get on the bus for their first day of school yesterday without him.
And let me tell you, wild man Simon is READY to get on that bus and get to SCHOOL.
He’s been watching his brother and sister do it for years now, and he does not want to wait until Monday.
So when the bus came and whisked Miles and Alice off to their first day of school yesterday, I knew that Simon and I needed to do something very special to distract him from having to wait his turn.
Simon picked out his favorite new flavor (to match his pajamas,) and we headed to our neighbor’s house – who is also waiting until Monday to start Kindergarten.
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Popsicle® ice pops were the perfect way to celebrate two more days of summer for Simon and his friend (especially when the kids got to eat them before 9 am!)
And they were the perfect distraction from having to wait until Monday to get on that bus!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Popsicle. The opinions and text are all mine.