Yeah, I'm sure you remember it.
Then you guys joined the conversation. And, in all of your fabulousness, you guys were also transparent by sharing some of things that makes you self-aware. Thank you.
Well... I'm happy to report that a few days after writing that post, I had a meeting with Aiden's head teacher and she had nothing but great things to say about the kid. He's doing exceptionally well in Pre-K, both academically and socially. He's above average in many areas and well on his way to being a strong reader. I already knew this, but getting the affirmation and confirmation from his teacher was the icing on the very delicious cake. (Sometimes little affirmations work wonders, no?)
|What A Happy Kid!|
So excuse me while I get down with my bad self and do the running man or some other cool dance. I have nothing to worry about (for now) because, well, my kid is some kind of awesome.
And so is your kid.
Each and every one of you has a too-awesome-for-words kid. Really. So I'll excuse you while you get down with your bad self and leave a comment sharing something awesome about your kid.
Go on, brag about them. They deserve it.