|This was a difficult picture to obtain. I finally|
managed to get everyone not to make a silly face
and then Beckett moved. Oh well. Love those boys!
I'm so very glad we went. The parents and teachers did an excellent job of introducing other cultures to the kids. Each classroom had a different country represented. The boys were given little passports where they could collect stickers from each country. There were arts and crafts from Australia, belly dancing from India, cheese and baguettes from France, a Schultete from Germany (which Grant was familiar with thanks to my assistant Jacquie) and lots of other food and projects from all over the world.
As we were touring the world, we came across this table with jelly beans. Of course the boys immediately beelined for them. I realized these beans were different, but didn't say anything. And of course, all the boys ate them and quickly realized they were not your typical beans. I ate a black one, which tasted like coconut.
|What a great way to get children to understand|
the concept of not judging someone based on how