Summer has officially begun. Grace and Graham were done with school last Wednesday. I’ve unpacked a lot of the school stuff. Communication book, drumsticks, catheters, formula, diapers and unused pencils for Grace. For Graham a video showing kindergarten highlights, and so much of evidence of all he learned over the last year. We puzzled through … Continue reading School’s out for summer
National Sibling day was actually April 10th. I’m a little behind. I realized that day I didn’t have any fun old pictures of me with my siblings – I need to fix that next time I’m in Jesup. But I did have some pictures of Grace and Graham and so I put one out on … Continue reading National Sibling Day
This is Grace’s communication book from school. She’s had a lot of “not great” days this year. I’m glad the school tells us, but it’s hard to see. First, it makes me sad. I want her to do well. I want her to pay attention, learn, be part of the action. I want her to … Continue reading Not Great
“I didn’t know Grace had a brother” I heard a teacher say as the four of us walked past in the hallway at school. Today was Meet the Teacher day. In my opinion, it’s madness – in an hour and a half, every kid in the building is technically supposed to find their room, meet … Continue reading I didn’t know Grace had a brother
As the school year winds down families are invited to come to the school and walk the halls packed with artwork. I love walking through to see all the creativity. It’s the first time we really see what Grace has been up to in art because they package all her artwork up in a portfolio … Continue reading Art?