St. Paul's had another sweet Mother's Day Tea.
Molly had been sick, but was able to participate,
which made her very happy.
She loved singing and kept up with all the hand movements.
They served us cookies and lemonade
and gave us sweet picture frames for presents.
Molly loves her teacher AND Aunt Joyce.
She's getting too big, too fast!
Jack's in 3rd grade now, and doesn't sing the cute little songs for Mother's Day.
Instead, he writes wonderful letters.
Here are his Mother's Day words:
Happy Mother's Day! I want to thank you for all the good times
we have together, like when you take me to Legoland. I love it when you take me there.
The reason I love it is because it's time for just you and me. I also thank you for
helping me with my homework, sometimes when there is a problem
that I just can't figure out.
I also like it when you make or take us out to dinner, like when you cook pasta
or take us to McDonald's.
I appreciate that every morning you have all my stuff set up and ready to go.
And while I'm in class taking the CST I know you're at work earning money
for food and other things we need. And at night we all get to be together
and eat dinner as a family.
I also love how you take your time to take care of us if something bad happens,
like when I fractured my elbow, or when you helped me when I was sick.
I also like it how you keep us safe from dangerous things like knives and big scissors.
I hope you like my letter and I wish you a Happy Mother's Day.