“Hi! We’re Naima’s Family! My name is Paula and I am Naima’s Mom, Nicholas is Naima’s Dad, Zaila is Naima’s 11 year old sister, and Seth is our 9 month old Great Dane/Standard Poodle.
Naima’s favorite person is definitely her big sister, Zaila. Zaila is moving on to 6th grade this Fall, but is always happy to sing, dance, read, play, and cuddle with Naima. She is THE BEST big sister! Naima adores her and it’s clear that she’s definitely the “coolest” person Naima knows.
Seth is our 9 month old Great Dane, Standard Poodle mix. He’s BIG and sweet. Naima loves and enjoys playing with Seth but she does NOT love his kisses on her face.
Our little Naima is a spunky, fiery, dancing, smart, SINGING (happy birthday is currently her favorite song), super social, outgoing, cheerful, curious, FUNNY, cuddly, sometimes headstrong (e.g., SHE chooses her own clothes and shoes daily insisting on NO input from me) 3 year old who also happens to have a language delay. As a result, we wanted to place Naima in a school that would provide necessary structure and challenge her in a way that would encourage the continuation of her development in this area. After much research, we settled on Primrose because we believe in the teaching philosophy that guides all that goes on in the classroom and the school in general.
Naima’s teachers are passionate, loving, supportive and innovative, mixed in with just the right amount of “no nonsense,” which allows our kiddos to feel safe and loved. The staff are meticulous, detail oriented, and caring, which clearly ensures the smooth running of the school. We wanted Naima to feel happy and excited to go to school daily. I ask her every morning, “Are you ready for school?!” and without hesitation, she always smiles BIG and says, “Yes, Mama!” Naima easily transitioned into her new school and loves it as much as we do. Since entering Primrose, her language has expanded by leaps and bounds! We feel blessed and thankful to have the support and love of every single person at Primrose. We truly feel at home and our Naima is truly happy!”