Saturday, April 24, 2010
4.24.10 - Andrew and Blake took off this morning for their first trip to California without me. It was so weird to drop them off and drive home alone. I've been to CA with Andrew several times without Blake and he decided he would take him out there this time. Kind of a last minute decisision. Andrew was beyond excited. I think it's great they do things together without me. Even though I already miss Andrew (and Blake) like crazy. Not sure what I'm going to do in the morning when I don't hear his little feet running up behind my computer chair and him yelling "GOOD MORNING MOMMY!"
I did make him leave Doggie here so I could sleep with him. :-) The house sure is quiet.
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Monday, April 12, 2010
4.8.10 - Andrew's preschool invited all the Dad's to spend the first hour of school with their children for a "Donuts with Dads" event. Blake said it was really cute. They even played a video they created of the kids talking about their Dads. Andrew was on the video once and they asked him what his Dad liked to watch on TV. His answer? "The news." LOL
Sunday, April 4, 2010
4.2.10 - Andrew got Charlie (the bunny) in an easter basket from Gaga & Papa. He is super soft and cuddly much like Bongo and Doggie were when he first go them. He instantly decided he would sleep with him too. Oh Andrew you are just like your Mommy. My bed was crammed with dolls and stuffed animals when I was your age. :)
Thursday, April 1, 2010
3.25.10 - We had Andrew's parent teacher conference today. His teachers had such wonderful things to say about him and I couldn't be more proud of him. They said he takes direction very well and helps out other children in the classroom when they are having a hard time with an assignment. He is right where he needs to be for Kindergarten and more.
But the best praise they gave him was saying he was always in a good mood and always there with a smile on his face and ready to work. They love his attitude and said, "Andrew is just happy to be here and he absolutely loves life." I know it might be lame but it brought tears to my eyes. It's so nice to hear that your child is happy and thriving. I see it at home but it's awesome to know he's like that with others.