How does one choose? I think I've got my favorites picked out...I think... (I mean pictures, not which children are my favorites. Although...)
Luke's portrait should remain a slideshow instead of a still shot. What a character. He is definitely two. He also thought the whole photo shoot was fun because he wanted to copy what the other kids were doing.
Friday, November 14, 2014
My kindergartener informed me today that she was the smartest kid in her class. Oh no, I thought, is it already time for this conversation? (She probably is the smartest. ) I explained about not bragging and encouraged her to help the other kids if they didn't understand. Then she told me how she knows that she's the smartest. Apparently she and her teacher are the only ones in the class that can say "Who put the bop in the bop-she-bop-she-bop" fast. Well. That's something.
|Boston likes to play with my camera, unbeknownst to me. Sometimes I keep the ones he's taken.|
|I think Luke was astonished that we let him use a marker. Usually they are strictly forbidden because he either bites the ends off or colors on the floor or wall.|
|This was her own idea.|
|I guess these are a little out of order, but here come the proud little ghouls after receiving their treats. Luke had quite the swagger. He even walked right in to a couple of the houses when they opened the door. Super cute and funny.|
|With such a busy week we hadn't had time to carve the pumpkins until Halloween itself. The kids are still partially dressed from wearing their costumes to school.|
|Hey guys, wait up! Leslie was Luke's assistant, helping him not get knocked down the stairs when there were flocks of kids at the door, etc.|
|Nothing like the suspense of a yet-unopened door.|