Friday, May 23, 2008

School Journal Entries


It's always fun, at the end of the school year, when the kids bring their school journals home, and you get to see what kind of things they write about in class. There are always some entries about their home life. It's interesting to see what they are telling their class about you. Here are a few of Mark's entries this year. (The question occurs to me: "Renae, why don't you scan these things in? It would come out much better." The answer: "I'm lazy. The camera is much faster than the scanner.") There are always some things that warm your heart:

Captions above: "I like family night. 'Let's play hide and seek'"
Caption below: "I like my home"
-Sweet huh?

And then there are the other journal entries:

Caption: "My dad is mean to my mom"

Ha Ha Ha!!!!
I asked him about this one. It's about a Sunday, back in November (before I was too pregnant to run) when we were leaving for church. I had forgotten something in the house and had to go back for something. Bruce decided it would be funny to drive off slowly while I was trying to get in. I ended up having to jog down the road (in heels) while trying to hop into my seat. It's funny now.

6 comments:

lizS said...

how sweet! what a cool kid mark is. not that your others aren't cool too.

Bruce said...

its true. all my kids rock. lydia got the most improved award this year. she made honor roll the first 3 quarters and high honor roll the 4th. ross does very well but could do better if he tried at all. mark is already a healthy chunck into the 1st grade math. and j-bird is one of the only 2 just turned 2 year olds that recognises all the letters.(guess who the other one is)

Dana Cheryl said...

LOL! My dad is mean to my mom. ha ha ha ha That is priceless. Ya'll are doing an amazing job raising your kids!

Bruce said...

mostly me

Dana Cheryl said...

You're in charge of teaching modesty, right? :)

Trever & Heather said...

I love the order you put those in- it was great for comedic effect. Both of those last entries make me wonder how people decide who to call Child and Family Services on...