|T reading a book before class|
|He drank his school snacktime milk at my mom's house|
|He is definitely a ham when he wants to be|
|Thankfully, there was this to keep him occupied while waiting|
When I went to pick him up, I realized he is the biggest kid in his class. The other kids look younger than Princess, who is a year younger than T. I don't know if T's just really big and the other kids are his age, or if his speech is so bad that he is with kids a lot younger than him. I guess it doesn't matter as long as he improves.
He threw a giant tantrum on the way out of school and I had to carry him to the car. I will never wear 5-inch platform shoes in the rain to his school again, because I thought I was going to trip and kill myself in the parking lot. Now, my feet are killing me, but T is finally happy because I bribed him with library DVDs. And I finally picked up my rhinestones at the post office so I can make some deco phone cases.
Hopefully, he gets into the school routine and likes it, since he will be going 5 days a week. I think it will be easier for me when his busing starts in November.
I wrote this post for this week's prompt from Mama Kat's Writing Workshop (although I probably would have posted the pictures anyway!)
3.) First day of school pictures…let’s have’em!