Or even this month.
Not even this year.
But while it's old new I have had these pictures on my computer for so long (since September!) and so she can't grow up, read this blog and ask why her kinder events missed the boat when her sister's didn't I am going to post them anyway.
And for my mum and dad to see.
As the oldest kids in the kinder Amy's class had lots of extra roles at Sport's Day. Here she is chanting out the athlete's oath. Yes, we take Sport's Day pretty seriously here. The oath is cute though- we're all going to have fun and be careful and not get hurt.
They carried a festival float around. These are used at religious festivals but the kinder one is all fun and colourful without any religious symbols. An interesting balance!
Stilt walking. This year we went very 'everyone is the same' with the stilts. No decorations whatsoever and noone's stilts were raised no matter how well they could use them. This is a bit of a contrast from when Meg was at kinder.
They led the little kids in a dance. I love this picture. That little boy is clearly thinking 'What is that thing on your head?'. He doesn't know Amy and her unique sense of style obviously. This was a lace hair ornament she made. Of course.
Action shot from her dance.
The dance finale pose. Amy is a dancer who take after mummy.....
They did synchronised skipping with two kids leaving from different corners of the ground before crossing over and joining a line at the other side. Amy loves skipping and I hadn't realised how much of a challenge it is for some kids her age. But they all tried sooo hard and they were really so cute about it!
The kid in this next picture gets my award for awesomeness:
He'd only gone about a third of the course when that happened and he made it all the way to the end. What determination!
And that was our very last kinder Sports Day.
I'm a little sad actually. No more watching the 2 year olds bumble around and bump into each other? Ohhhhhh....
Then again, one less morning of sitting on the ground for hours on end while a PA system screeches feedback at us!