Post by namastebiotches on Mar 31, 2017 9:52:33 GMT -5
Yesterday was DS' first ever music concert at school. DH surprised me & took the day off. I rolled over to see what time it was in the morning at around 7:15 panicky saying "you're late!" & he didn't move with a smirk on his face. He was originally just going to leave work early. What a sneak. So we enjoyed the day together. The concert was too cute. DS did beautifully. I'm gushing with joy with how far this kid has come. He was actually singing. He remembered words. He wasn't being weird. He wasn't embarrassed to be up there in front of the whole school (they brought in all the classes) + all the parents sitting there. He behaved. It was just perfect. I was worried it would be a little too much pressure once all the kids started piling in, I didn't know they were going to do that but he was totally fine. Amazing. During one song that was a cute typical little kid concert song about daffodils, I started crying like a weirdo because he just looked so damn cute.
Post by namastebiotches on Mar 31, 2017 12:17:09 GMT -5
We signed DS up for an art class that is held after school. It's not through the school but it's held at the school in the art room on Fridays for 6 weeks. He's excited & I'm excited to get a little extra time today. I installed the newest version of Kodi on our firestick & it's taking some getting used to.
Post by namastebiotches on Mar 31, 2017 14:20:12 GMT -5
I wonder how DS is. At dismissal, the teachers walk their kids (if they have any that are signed up) to the art room for the class so he's all on his own for this until we pick him up. I hope he has a familiar face that signed up this session or even better, someone from his class. I just hope he enjoys himself.
PSA for anyone who is a geek like me. You can play Ms. Pacman on Google maps today. When you access the app on your phone there will be a little Ms. Pacman icon on the right of your screen. This let's you play the game on your local streets.
As I said I am kinda geeky, so I think it's pretty cool.
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