Yes, there were some tears (mostly from me), but WE MADE IT!I admit that I did "sneak out" from Jace's room this morning, which you are never suppose to do, but hey, I was about to have a meltdown as it was without having to hear him cry. I never heard him, thank goodness, but as soon as I got back in the truck I broke down. I know, I wasn't the best example in front of Kylan, but I was sad and couldn't contain myself. I called later to check on him and they said he did great. He only cried later when another child came in crying. They said that he calmed down and was having a fabulous time on the playground. My mom picked him up at 11,so he wouldn't have to stay a full day, and John's mom is picking him up around lunch tomorrow, so that helps me not feel as bad leaving him. Kylan did FANTASTIC! I ate lunch with him, which he says we must do everyday, lol! He even got an "Awesome" and "Good listener" on his two coloring pages that he did today. His teacher is really good, so I'm excited. She was telling me how bright Kylan was, and that he was recognizing names that she didn't expect. That of course, made my day. She did tell me he likes to talk, hmmmm, wonder where he gets that from, lol! I talked to him about it at lunch and I think he did better after that. As of my day and class, I had no crying kiddos, which was great! I expected a few, and some teared up once or twice, but I was super proud of them. As of now I have 14 students, which is GREAT! It's crazy how we forget what these little ones start out not knowing. I don't just mean academics,I mean rules and social behavior as well. This really is a rewarding grade and so many people don't realize that these kids start out not knowing a single letter or sound of the alphabet, but are reading, writing, and spelling by the end of Kindergarten. Anyway, enough of my ranting....if you said a prayer for us today, THANK YOU! It worked! So, in saying that..please say another one tomorrow, and the day after that, and the day after that....You get the picture!
Monday, August 18, 2008
Posted by amber leann at 6:14 PM