I have a trillion projects due this week.
Seriously, a trillion. I counted.
And I actually finished a good part of that list yesterday, and have nothing to show you.
I forgot my camera at my mom's house last week and am going crazy without it.
(Aaron: Yeah, cause if you don't take a picture of it, did it really happen?)
Whatever, wise guy.
Thomas' last day of school was today, and I got to hang out in his classroom with him. It's fun to do that, although I've only gotten a chance to visit once or twice. He usually tells me to go home, but today seemed happy to share school with me. I like watching his interaction with others. Today it was fun watching him sing 'Fire Truck'. In a class full of boys it is a very popular song/book. Last year he couldn't sing it well, he just couldn't get the words out, this year he can sing the whole thing. It's good to have a chance to notice progress.
Anyway, for his teacher, I made a tote with a matching zip pouch (full of chocolate).
More zip pouches for the aids in his class, too. I used what I had, and made 4 different ones. They turned out pretty cute, you'll just have to imagine them all lined up, with little ribbons and tags tied through the zipper pulls. The aids were happy to see the chocolate, too. :)
Just a little something to thank these marvelous ladies for being so amazing with Thomas for the past year and a half. We were so blessed that he got the classroom/teachers that he got. It's been a really positive experience for him.
And, no, these photos have nothing to do with this post, but they're from a couple of weeks ago when Monkey tried his very first piece of watermelon (while wearing robot pants and monster shirt, in case you didn't notice :).
Unsure at first, but he's a fan now.