Mia’s entering her last few weeks at her preschool, the only program and school she’s ever known. Come September, she’ll join the throngs of hundreds of other neighborhood kids at our local public school for Kindergarten and move from her current class size of 7 to three times that size. She’s been talking about Kindergarten for almost a year now and gets excited with anticipation every time we walk by the building. True to form, she’s very matter of fact about leaving her school, where she has spent the last 4 years going to class as a toddler, and then preschool. Characteristically, I’m more sappy about it than she is. I just don’t know that I am ready for girl cliques, crushes, peer pressure, homework and all the other stuff that goes along with having a school-aged child. It’s all good, but it all is happening so very fast.