Someone needs to tell Lila.
While I'm not one to broadcast my children's report cards and test scores, I can't help talking about Lila's unwavering dedication to kindergarten.
It's no secret that she loved preschool. The teacher and the school were simply amazing. (I still get teary eyed thinking about the whole thing.)
But here we are, at a different school, with a different teacher. And with Lila, it really could go either way. Fortunately, she has not missed a beat and dare I say, it's even better than preschool.
Every day I get to check this handy little app that tells me how her day is going. This is a snapshot of a typical week with Lila...
Every single day of every single week has been positive. This may not mean much without knowing Lila and understanding that it truly could go either way.
On Monday the kids came home with no homework. While Piper celebrated, I said to Lila, "I suppose you still want to do your sight words."
She replied, "Yes, and you forgot to do them yesterday."
It was Sunday! Shouldn't we take a rest from sight words on Sunday?
So these next few days may bring a reprieve from the alarms, the car lines, and the schedules.
But not the sight words...
Definitely not the sight words.