Parent-Teacher Interview Review

According to his preschool educator, our son is very grounded, confident, and sensitive to what’s going on around him. His language skills are incredibly advanced, and he’s showing excellent problem-solving and pre-math skills. He just needs to focus on slowing down a bit, because his mind is racing ahead and his body can’t keep up, so he’s (a) clumsy and (b) so eager that he forgets to enjoy what he’s currently doing, and quite often forgets to finish.

The other children love him, the younger ones especially. He often ends up with a small crowd of them following along, and he can give them things to do or suggest ways that they can play.

HRH, once everyone was buckled into the car, discreetly made a fist and pumped it once, saying: “My son has minions!

And because today is their Halloween party, here is what has been obsessing Liam and providing HRH with a creative outlet this past week:

Halloween 2008

9 thoughts on “Parent-Teacher Interview Review

  1. paze

    What a fantastic costume!! (Is it heavy? Is Liam okay with taking it off for bathroom trips and to sit down to eat?)

    HRH really outdid himself! It’s awesome!

  2. Owldaughter Post author

    It’s not heavy at all; it’s hollow cardboard! It did end up being a bit front-heavy but he likes to hold the front anyhow as he pretends to drive it. He does need a bit of help lifting it off, and he has to remember to walk slowly and not run, but other than that he’s fine with it.

    Liam and HRH designed it together, and Liam even helped paint some of it. :)

    I picked up a small round LED light at the dollar store to fasten to the front for Halloween night, too. We’re all very happy with how it turned out.

  3. Marc LG

    Nice costume! Most excellent.

    Speaking of minions, if Liam wants me to royally assassinate anyone, I need a signed note from one of you two. :D



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