About two hours later I was in Target and got a phone call from the pre-school director. She informed me that Hudson had been having a rough day and that he had been off and on crying most of the day. They had given him his paci and lambie, but he was still upset and asked if there was anything else I could suggest for them to try that might make him feel better. There wasn't and I know he is just having a hard time adjusting. She said I could come pick him up early, if I chose to, so that is exactly what I did. I got to his classroom and saw all the other kids sitting at their seats having snacks and he was just standing there crying. :-( My poor baby was so sad. His teachers told me that it seemed like he wanted to have fun, but just couldn't and every time they got him distracted for a minute, he would get upset the next minute. They also said he wasn't interested in painting, having a snack, or really anything. I got this things and then we made our way to the car to wait on Harper to be done. He sat in my lap and had a snack and when I tried to talk to him about school he seemed happy and didn't say anything like he didn't like it and didn't want to go back. He definitely loves the idea of school, but I think it is just going to take him some time to really get comfortable and make the adjustment.
Here he is...looking just pitiful, but still insisting on holding his bag. :-)