Just a post of some random pics taken by the teachers at school. Have I mentioned lately how much I love this school?
First, this is a cell phone pic one of her teachers snapped and texted to me. How freakin’ hilarious is she?
This is two of Cady’s girlfriends at Chapel. They are just the sweetest. I love seeing her like this because I get the vision of her and her girlfriends in 10 years. It makes me smile.
They had an umbrella parade last week. I’m not really sure why because I think we missed the memo about it when Cady was out sick. I’m glad they had extra umbrellas because I surely didn’t send one with her.
Last week was also Open House. We got to visit Cady’s school as a family and see what she has been working on. She showed off all her artwork
Funny story from Open House: In Library time they read a book called Knuffle Bunny and then they made their own Knuffle Bunnies, basically a sock stuffed with batting with a face drawn on. We got to pick it up from school that evening and take it home with us. Cady let Hadley hold her Knuffle Bunny and Hadley immediately hugged it tight and I knew right away that it was going to cause an issue. Hadley was attached and Cady wanted it back. So all the way home we listened to Hadley cry about the bunny. First thing I did when we arrived home was grab an old sock and make Hadley a Knuffle Bunny.
It’s not the most professional thing ever, but look at how happy it makes her.
She has slept with it every night since and carries it around a lot.
And this week, I decided Cady’s teachers are geniuses. They requested that we save empty boxes of food and the such for a grocery store. The kids made a list.
And then went shopping in the “grocery store”
One of her teachers ran the register and the other bagged their groceries.
Don’t you hate long lines at the check out lanes?
Another satisfied customer
So satisfied that these boxes are the greatest toy both girls have ever gotten. They have played with what is basically other people’s trash non stop. Cady woke up talking about it this morning.
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