Saturday, November 8, 2014

50 Days of Pre-School


How cute is this!? Grandson Jace’s school celebrated 50 days of school last Tuesday, November 5, 2014. The note to parents informed that the children could dress as children dressed in the 1950s.

The boys could wear black or white T-shirts with the sleeves rolled up, black leather jackets or blue jean jackets with the collar turned up, and blue jeans with the legs rolled up. To top off, or bottom off, the outfit they could wear Converse sneakers. We used to call them tennis shoes, now they’re called sneakers.

Oh, how cute this is going to be!

Jace’s mommy wondered what clothes he had available and what kind of 1950s looking outfit she could put together for him. I spent the time smiling inwardly, thinking about how cute the little kids would look in their outfits.

I didn’t see Jace before he left for school so I spent the day wondering how the celebration was going. Jace usually strips out of his school clothes before he comes into my room to tumble around on the bed. Tuesday he came to my room straight away to show me his outfit for the day.

WOW, he looked so cutely 50-ish in his little blue jeans, white T-shirt, and Converse sneakers! He babbled and jabbered and told me all about his day at school. It sounded wonderful, like they had the best old time.


There you have it, 50 days of pre-school for grandson Jace. 



Image source http://www.stylesglow.com/1950s-fashion-trends-teenagers/

5 comments:

Lin Floyd said...

we need a photo Grandma...

Robyn Campbell said...

YaY, Jace. And wahoo for you Leona. What a fabulous post. Jace is so lucky to have you for his grandma. :-) Thinking of you.

Obat Vimax Asli said...

Good post. I just wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts.

Rhapsody said...

blessings....
How you doing? I trust all is well and that grandbaby of yours is keeping you fit.

Good ole days huh, sometimes its good to take a stroll down memory lane. No visuals?

stay blessed.

Vimax said...

Good post. I just wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts.