I certainly don’t want to wish away this time because he’s still my baby and he’s going to be big soon enough, but I look forward to the time where I can pull him aside, discuss his actions, and see him adjust behavior based on that conversation.
I had fallen victim of first time parent cluelessness in which I assumed my daughter was learning everything she needed to know in pre-k to prepare for kindergarten. Now I know that’s not the case so I will do more.
At this time four years ago I was lying in a hospital bed dying from labor pains (ok, maybe I wasn’t dying), and all I was doing was begging my nurse to GIVE ME THE DRUGGGGGGS! Thankfully, around 1am a dude with numbing drugs came into my room to bring me sweet relief. AHHHH…. Ba-bye […]
I literally felt a lump form in my throat. It really touched me that her teacher cares about her so much. I told this to Jeff and he’d hate for me to say this, but he got a little emotional hearing her reaction. I think it’s special when your kid bonds to a teacher and it definitely made us second guess our pre-k decision.