Wednesday, January 12, 2011

School celebrations

I had a chance to visit each of the boys' classrooms for their end-of-year parties.

I was looking forward to meeting "A", the little girl that Bitty talks about all. the. time. When he was invited to a birthday party, he wanted to get a present for A, even though it wasn't her party. Sometimes, when he is especially cranky in the morning, I can remind him that he'll get to see A at school and he perks up :).

His teachers told me that whenever he goes through the line in the cafeteria and they ask for his name, instead of giving his first name, he says "Mr. 'Circles'" (not actually "Circles" but his last name). They also told me there's a little girl in his class who gives her name as "Mrs. 'Circles'" Oh my. lol

Little Bitty Santa :)

Little Bitty making an ice-cream cone Christmas tree :)


The next day was Cuddlebug and Bearhug's party. They are still rather unaware of girls (yay! hehe) although as we've come to notice over the last few months, girls are not so unaware of them (ack! but that's a whole other post).

Bearhug and Cuddlebug working on Christmas ornaments

The 4th and 5th graders in the ASD program have been working to earn "dollars" and the teachers donated items they could spend them on to buy gifts for their families. The boys pooled their resources :) to buy a special present for dh and I, and they were SOOO excited to show it to us. They had it all wrapped up but they were pinging off the walls with excitement so we asked if they'd like us to go ahead and open it up that day instead of waiting for Christmas, and they said yes so we did :).

They got us a foot massager, the "best piece of furniture ever" :). They are so sweet! We filled it up with water to try it out right away, and everyone took a turn. Here's Cuddlebug testing it out :).

Even Little Bitty gave it a try :).

It was an especially great present because they put so much effort into being able to earn it and then choosing just the right item they wanted to give us. Such sweet boys!

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