Johnny had to redo his homework last week because some answers were wrong. This one is really too funny not to share! While this is not what his teacher was looking for, I have to say that it is a pretty smart answer!
He had to answer a math question and then explain how he got the answer. This is how he responded to that…
We went to the ProPlan Incredible Dog Challenge this past weekend and it was so much fun! Here is a sneak peek of my post coming. Johnny and Joley were able to meet Rampage (the St. Louis Ram’s mascot)!
Johnny was so excited to get back to school. He loves school, hates homework. We are very blessed to be in such a wonderful community who gives us this blessing of a fabulous education for my son. I am so thankful that he is where he is. Jemma was so sleepy this morning. She is a late riser. Finally we got her to smile but then the other kids were laughing! I have some hilarious pictures from this morning while I was trying to get all 3 to look at me and smile at the same time.
Disclosure: I am participating in the Verizon Moms Voices program and have been provided with a wireless device and six months of service in exchange for my honest opinions about the product. My kids have taken over my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2! I love how easy it is for them to use and they have found several games (apps) that they enjoy. There are things they can all do on the Tab. Jemma can play baby games, Joley can play preschool games, and Johnny can do learning and more advanced games. But, they aren’t alone. I use my Tab every single day! I love the functionality of it. It never leaves my side. I take it in the car with us and it is a […]
You have to go back some in my family history to find a true left handed person. My grandma was left-handed but it skipped my dad, my sister and me. My mom is right handed as well. My husband is right handed but does a few things left handed (like golf). I was surprised when my son Johnny started in preschool and chose his left hand. It has kind of been a learning experience for me to teach him things. He bats left in baseball and it is hard for me to swing with him when instructing. He actually throws right but can actually do well either way. The hardest thing will be happening this year as he learns to write cursive. I have been […]