Yesterday was blue day at school. Well, I thought it was blue day. Turns out it was green day. Devin showed up in a blue shirt, blue shorts, and with a blue car for show and tell. As we walked up to the school I noticed everyone else in green. Shoot! It reminded me of this post from my other blog.
Today Is Not “O” Day
After we dropped Porsha off at school this morning, Alexa and I were playing “friend.” The next thing I know, I look at the clock and it was 8:45. Alexa should be at school already. So I checked the calendar quickly because Fridays are always show-and-tell days. It was “O” day, but we didn’t have time to run upstairs to get an O toy. I grabbed a can of olives and we headed out the door. As I rushed her into school while everyone else was already seated, I noticed the “O” things in the other kids’ cubbies were not “O”s at all. They were “G”s. It was too late at this point, so I left my 4 year-old daughter to explain why we had olives instead of grapes. I talked to the teacher after school and she said they used the “G” for great since the olives were Great Value. Thank goodness for Wal-Mart brand food
Sometimes mothers get it wrong. Maybe me more than others. Enough that I’ve learned to laugh about it. And I’m really glad we have had amazing teachers that just go with it.
But to Porsha, Alexa, and Devin and Jeremiah for that matter, I’m never wrong about the important stuff. Ever!!!