His school laid out muffins, fruit, coffee and danish! The librarian noted that this year was their largest turnout ever!
When he saw us, he began running towards us and Love scooped him up.
Before we headed out the door at 7:30, I grabbed one of my favorite books...
Every time the kids come over and they sleep, I read one of the stories from this book and they absolutely love the voices I make!
So, it was no surprise when Love began reading, Kyler began to smile. He was sitting on my lap, so he had to strain to see the pictures!
He continued to sit on our lap after giving us our card!
The entire experience brought back memories of when my older boys were in school and I used to go and read to their classes. They both had the same teacher in second/third grade, Mrs. Madsen...I loved that lady~! Those were some good memories, but just when they were in her class.
After almost an hour, we headed out, but not before we got a picture of Kyler with his teacher...
She told the children to put the 'bubble' in their mouth...never heard that one before. This is what Kyler's bubble face looked like as he said goodbye...
What a treat to be in his class full of twice as many boys as girls! That should help him to focus more on friendships with the other boys and not have too much drama with only seven girls!