The week we finally have a pattern emerging, we are facing the big upset of back to school! I tell ya, never say things should stay just like this, because they can’t. There’s too much around us changing. I’m still committing to make more of the good change happen than let other stuff get usContinue reading “Baby Steps Toward Change”
Me: A small java chip frappuccino, please Davis: Mom, just get me a milk please Me: We are going home you can get milk there Davis: Yeah well you can get coffee there, too, Mom! Touché my son, touché. But we don’t have java chips and whip cream at home is what I said underContinue reading “The truth hurts”
Love his storytelling.
It’s ok to be jealous. Grandma’s Easter bunny cake. Complete with dyed coconut for grass. Eat that! And in true Davis form, his last words tonight before sleep, “I was pretty spoiled today. And then Grandma REALLY spoiled me!” Yes she did, and don’t you forget it!
So proud of my little student. It hadn’t really occurred to me what he was going to learn in Kgarten. Silly I know. (Allow me to reflect for a min). Back in August his teacher told us about the unique language they begin to write in as they learn how things sound. We saw theContinue reading
Davis: Mom, a band-aid is a special kind of tape that is made to go on your skin. Me: Why yes, yes it is. Where did you get that? (Here I am thinking Dinosaur Train has out-parented me again.) Davis: Ummm???? My brain of course! I mean it’s like Voilà and there you go.