my life in a philadelphia rowhome with my five children, ages 4 thru 11, and the daily insanity that ensues.
Oh, bless his heart! I'll add my prayers to yours though, deal? Thank you so much for discovering me via SITS....that has allowed me to discover you right back! I'm still not entirely sure if I'm doing the whole SITS thing correctly, but I'm trying. Oh, and I adore row houses, hardly any of them down here in Texas. To answer your question on MY blog, far be it from me to part with any yummy milk glass! :-)Have a great Wednesday!~ Anne
Hi. I enjoyed reading your blog. You are funny!!!I am new to blogging and just wanted to say hi!
I have to say his cursive is very nice. Legible, which is something most men (sadly) can't boast about. At least he's awesome at that! Poor kiddo.
Awe! When my 14 yo was in kindergarten, she wrote her name in the mirror image of it when they had her write her name for the desk nameplate. She already knew how to write out her name, but for her desk nametag, she wrote it exactly backwards... Weird! The teacher said that sometimes when kids get nervous with new things, they'll do things like that. She hasn't since.He just made a sweet mistake that will be in his scrapbook! Cute!
LOLIt's okay, grown adults can't even spell that word properly I imagine..
my mom saved some of my early school stuff, and in it was spelling stuff, i am amazed how often i left out letters. very important letters! LOL
Spelling is a pain. You either get it, or you don't... and if you don't it's a whole lotta memorization!
haha! i know poor thing. who needs spelling anymore, any way, right? i guess he won't be a doctor though, with his neat penmanship, huh?
On the plus side, he has beautiful penmanship!