Boston had his first day of preschool today. I was pretty nervous considering how orientation didn't go so good. I went and dropped him off and he seemed happy and excited to be there. He kept telling me that he was going to be a good boy and have "yots of fun." When I went to pick him up I asked his teacher how he did and she said, "oh he did good....but he really gets distracted easily." Um...ok. Then she follows with, "but I guess that's probably pretty normal for his age..." like that's supposed to make me feel better about her first comment. It was just the way she said it....it made me feel like she was saying that that's normal for his age, but really Boston was the only child that really got distracted. So now I am doubting our decision to put him in preschool this year....did I make the wrong choice? I thought he was ready, but maybe he isn't....maybe he is too young. I don't know what to do now....maybe I am just over reacting and taking her comment too personal. What do you think?