Let me give you the bulleted highlights/lowlights
- When the hubby dropped her off she cried her eyes out. He left and she stopped almost immediately he walked out the door (I phoned them to tell them about her potty training and they said she was fine). He, on the other hand, still has not recovered.
- A day is a long time to have her out of our lives. We don't like it.
- When she came home at 4:45pm she looked like she had grown up at least 2 years.
- When she came home she was wearing a different T-shirt that we had never seen before. There was no sign of her own top.
- When she came home she wanted cuddles with her mummy and not her daddy initially (???)
- When she came home 4 out of the 8 nappies we sent her off with were still in her bag
- In nursery she had an afternoon nap (wow!) so we put her to bed a bit later and in the end she dozed off at about 6:45pm without any tantrums.
- In nursery she had omelette and chips for lunch and some very nice red and pink juice to drink (so she says)
- When she came home she was "happy" little one, loved nursery and was looking forward to going back
- When she came home she was really chatty.
- When she came home she went on the potty twice. She clearly had been holding it in all day!
- When she left nursery, she was followed out by two boys who didn't want her to leave. She waved them away like the little princess she is.
- In nursery she apparently stood in jelly so couldn't wear her socks to come home.
Meanwhile she now sings Twinkle Twinkle little star (properly sings it) all the way through. If genetics has a role to play, she's never going to have a particularly good singing voice though!
She has been fully potty trained for a week and from yesterday was able to wear trousers and undies without wetting them. She has the odd accident still but is generally very good. We don't know exactly what happened at nursery though.