We had kind of an exciting morning around these parts:

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By 12 PM, the school had already called me twice—once to tell me they didn’t have the right paperwork for Riley’s full day kindergarten registration and as a result I needed to come get him (I managed to convince the office manager to let him stay in his class, for the LOVE, while I rushed over to sign the paper in question), and once to tell me that Riley had bumped his head at recess. Our first school year: OFFICIALLY UNDERWAY.

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