May 23, 2019

“When I Was Little…”

When I was little, I didn’t even know what a letter was, but now that I’m big, I can read lots of different books. —Melia Murray, Kindergarten

When I was little, I used to cry a lot but now that I’m big, I’m not crying anymore. —Naz Tuco, Kindergarten

When I was little, I couldn’t go rock climbing because I was too scared, but now that I’m big, I can climb all the way to the top. —Brendan Hill, Kindergarten

When I was little, I rode in a stroller but now that I’m big, my legs are longer and I can ride a two wheeler and peddle — myself. —Beatrice Robinson, Kindergarten

When I was little, I couldn’t swim because I was little and I didn’t even know what I was doing; but now that I’m big, I can can do tricks in the water like spinning and diving down in the water. —Sophia ZadaSilva, Kindergarten

When I was little, I used to ride on my dog Bear, but now, I would be too big to ride on a dog. —Brody Marshall, Kindergarten

When I was little, I couldn’t even crawl up one stair, now that I am big, I can run up the entire stairway and I can even climb three stairs at a time on the way up! —Sophia Thibault, Kindergarten

When I was little, I couldn’t write words or color a heart, but now that I’m big, I can color hearts and spell lots of words! —Dakota Desmarais, Kindergarten

When I was little, I couldn’t even go on a skateboard because I couldn’t even stand up, but now that I’m big, I know how to stand on the skateboard and balance too. —Mac Phelan, Kindergarten

When I was little, I was scared of swings because they went so high and I was scared of heights, but now that I’m big, I like to pump and go back and forth on the swings! —Alex Carr, Kindergarten

When I was little, I couldn’t even hold a block in my hand, but now that I’m big, I can make big structures! —Adam Cosabic, Kindergarten

When I was little, all I did with Legos what put them in my mouth, but now that I’m big, I can make really cool things and play with them. —Dash Miller, Kindergarten

When I was little, I didn’t have a fishing rod, but now that I’m big, I have my very own rod and I can go fishing now. —Maxwell Robinson, Kindergarten

When I was little, I was afraid to go outside, so I couldn’t even go near the monkey bars, but now that I’m big, I am strong and I can swing high on the monkey bars. —Luca D’Agostino, Kindergarten

When I was little, I wasn’t strong enough to even hold onto the monkey bars, but now that I’m big, I can swing on them and make it to the other side. —Yianni Souliotis, Kindergarten

When I was little, I would just play with the groceries when we came home from the store, but now that I’m big, I can help unpack them and put them where they belong. —Amelia Roy, Kindergarten

When I was little, I was a messy eater. Now that I’m older, I can tie my shoes. — Samantha Secor, Grade 2

When I was little, I cried. Now that I’m older, I am calm. — Bryan Norton, Grade 1

When I was little, I chewed on a toy. Now that I’m older, I don’t chew on a toy. —Fiona Sherman, Grade 1

When I was little, I pooped in my pants. Now that I’m older, I read Harry Potter and don’t poop in my pants. — Colin Sheehan, Grade 2

When I was little, I was cute. Now that I’m older, I am smarter. — Mitchell Gendron, Grade 2.

When I was little, I called my brother Bob. Now that I’m older, I call him Finn. — Jude Davis, Grade 1

When I was little, I loved soup. Now that I’m older, I love tortellini. — Clay Nicholson, Grade 2

When I was little, I liked to run. Now that I’m older, I like to color. — Ella Pilon, Grade 2

When I was little, I picked my nose. Now that I’m older, I don’t pick my nose. — Ella Russell, Grade 2

When I was little, I did not eat chocolate. Now that I’m older, I do! — Emma Rich, Grade 2

When I was little, I used a pacifier. Now that I’m older, I don’t. — Henry Goldman, Grade 2

When I was little, I played with my hair.Now that I’m older, I am mature. — Anna Fieldsend, Grade 2

When I was little, I had fun. Now that I’m older, I go shopping. — Tessa DiPancrazio, Grade 2

When I was little, I didn’t go to school. Now that I’m older, I go to school. — Zoie Aguillon, Grade 1

When I was little, I liked to have toys. Now that I’m older, I now like to climb trees. — Madelyn Morris, Grade 2

When I was little, I got more attention. Now that I’m older, I don’t get as much attention. — Vince Baker, Grade 2

When I was little, I rode in a backpack. Now that I’m older, I walk or run. — Ian Kennelly, Grade 2

When I was little, I cried. Now that I’m older, I have fun. — Hannah Blanchard, Grade 2

When I was little, I had a good life. Now that I’m older, I still have a great life. — Sophia Higa, Grade 2

When I was little I drank milk. Now that I’m older, I drink lemonade. — Kaedyn Edwards, grade 2

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