I'm serious! It sounds ridiculous to me, until I know the facts. Tell me what you think. We are moving in June. Our new home is across the street from a preschool. DH sent me a link to their website when we found the house. I looked through it. It seemed nice, but I thought she is way too young to consider it. I was thinking about sending her to preschool when she's 4, and I had been playing with the idea of not sending her at all, and just sending her to kindergarden. Then we met the realtor at the house last month and she mentioned the preschool. She said they have an excellent reputation, like the best in the city, but she thought they had a waitlist. The next day I went to interview the pediatrician we would be using. He's wonderful, and we will definitely be using him. He asked me where we were moving to. When I told him, he started telling me about the preschool. He said he HIGHLY recommends it. He said they do amazing things with the 2-3 year old classes, and gave me a bunch of examples.
So of course I came home and told DH, "We gotta get her in that school"! LOL! I did call and talk to the director. She said they do have a wait list but we would be at the top of it, and most likely get a spot when they start in September. DD will be over 2 1/2. Her birthday is in January. DH took a tour, and was impressed. I'm hoping to take a tour after she calls and offers a spot. The times would be Tues. and Thur. from 9-12. And it's literally across the street. I will walk her over and walk over to get her everyday. I was excited at first because I am a SAHM and I thought she would like the interaction with the other kids. But now I'm starting to back-peddle. She seems so little, and I'm kinda going back to my original thought of waiting until she's 4, if at all. Whatch think?