Spring: The End and Beginning of a Japanese School Year

21 Mar

This Saturday, my daughter finishes her first year of Japanese School. She has two more years of preschool, then will be in the first grade. When I look back at what my daughter was like one year ago, I can’t believe how much she has grown! Sending her to Japanese School has been one of the best decisions we have made.

This video is for those of you sending your child to Japanese School for the first time. It is bittersweet to see them grow up!

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3 Responses to “Spring: The End and Beginning of a Japanese School Year”

  1. coffeegrljp March 25, 2012 at 5:56 AM #

    My daughter just finished her first year of Japanese yojien too! It was very bittersweet.

    • Hiragana Mama March 25, 2012 at 8:50 PM #

      Congrats πŸ™‚ Yes, it is very bittersweet, but mostly sweet!

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