Sunday, May 24, 2009

Goodbye Primary

It was the big day for me because I was released as the Primary president today. It has been a very rewarding experience and I am grateful that I could have the opportunity to serve in this way. The children were adorable and since I was in Primary for over 2 years I was able to watch them really grow and blossom.



But I am grateful that I was released. I have been starting to feel this pregnancy a lot sooner than my other two. It is a burden I literally carry around with me. So, I am glad I won't have to worry about the goings-on in Primary anymore, except where it concerns my two rambunctious little boys.

Now, I hope to go to Relief Society occasionally, in between all of the hall monitoring I will be doing with Eli.

You know that he gets to go to nursery August 16th, but who is counting, right?

4 comments:

Meridy said...

Congrats! ;)

Nursery was such a great invention wasn't it??

Jen said...

Kelly - the kids were so lucky to have you! Those pics are GREAT! Love that cute boy in the front with that mischevious grin! Sheesh!
I am trying to get a buzz going for a pre-nursery Sunday School class for us hall mommies and daddies. You know, bring your baby and try to get a lesson while they play. Pass it along - maybe someone will pick up on my idea. ;-)

Meet the Robertsons said...

Seeing all the kids makes me miss them. I remember my last day in Primary and all the tears we shared. Seems like just yesterday. Ahhh....the memories.
I was just released from Young Womens yesterday, but do you think I made is to Relief Society? Of course not. Is there a calling for Hall Monitor? Hahaha! I really like Jen's idea about the pre-nursery class though. Ingenious!!! :)

Keri said...

Job well done lady!! Ahhh, the nursery countdown...the delivery countdown...it's good to have mile markers!

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