I was proud of myself, though. I decided to give Grant some responsibility and gave him the grocery list. He was all business when we walked in. It kept him from the usual:
"Oh Mom. Look at this! No really, look at this!!! Can I have one, please?"
No. You get One thing, remember. Oh, yeah......I remember.
Anyway, he was good and really did pick just one thing; crayons for the bath tub. Not bad. Cheap and no sugar. I was on board. (I think Auntie Jessica first introduced them to him long ago. Now that he can actually write, they've taken on an all new priority in bath time)
|Spelling his last name from right to left. Hmmmm|
|That's the YMCA and playground. |
Apparently you also learn about mission statements in Kindergarten. I was in college when I first heard about those.
After taking these few photos Grant asks if we can do a video. This child loves for me to interview him and then watch the video back of himself. I think he would watch himself all day long if he could. Seriously. He watched himself last night until the battery went dead.
I tried and tried to upload the video. Maybe it will work. I'm guessing it's too long. Bummer. Happy Labor Weekend! (13 more days until Grant turns 5)!