Sep 2, 2009

Kindergarten, Asians, and Unicorns...Oh My! baby is a kindergartner. (Do you guys notice how often I start sentences with "so"? I do, too. And I don't care.) And she is, without a doubt, the cutest, smartest kindergartner there is. Two weeks in, and she's already the teacher's favorite. Rock on, little sister.

I'm really happy that Jenna and Clairey are so different from each other. This way, it's going to be really difficult for their teachers to compare them. For instance, Clairey has the same kindergarten teacher that Jenna had two years ago. However, Clairey is so different from Jenna, there's no way the teacher can compare them. It's like apples and oranges. Or butter and grapefruit. Yeah, butter and grapefruit--that's totally different.

Clairey's loving school, but this week, has not been wanting to go. She said that "school takes too long," and that she misses me. Cutie-poo-pie. Now, on to Asians.

Clairey was playing "Secret Asian" with Jenna the other day. Yes, we've discussed this before. But hell, people, that's just damn funny.

Last night, the Wee One and i were outside and she was collecting acorns. She had a bunch in her hand and said, "Mommy, look at all my unicorns!" You know, there are times when you just don't WANT to correct them.


Scott Parker said...

So, I agree that there are times when correction is counterproductive. I just smile and find myself whisked back to childhood. It's a great feeling.

Amy said...

OMG Steph. So, your blog just cracks me up! I love the stories. Time to write a book!

Anonymous said...

While I was home Layla told me that her Dad wears a green "unicorn" to work every day...HA-HA...of course I did not correct her either b/c it was just too dang funny. So apparently acorns and uniforms are the same thing- Unicorns. -Aunt Nan-