Meanwhile, Nana and I took a seat at the table to wait on Parker's class to come in. And in they marched with their feathered headbands, ready to show us what they worked so hard on all morning. Parker told us he stirred the cranberries and smashed the potatoes. We had turkey, corn, "smashed" potatoes, cranberry sauce, bread, popcorn, and apples. It was all very good. After lunch all the kids lined up to sing a few songs for all the parents. Parker loves learning all the songs, and he's constantly putting on a show for us at home. Somehow when it's showtime at school he always manages to hide behind another kid, but I did manage to get a couple of pictures this time. I am truly thankful for Tree House. It is really a blessing for our Parker to be able to go to such a great place where he's learning so much. I am also thankful for his teachers. It really makes a difference when you know the teachers want to be there, and they're not just there to "work". I know this will make all the difference when he starts kindergarten in August, and I love watching him learn new things every day!
Parker class coming in for lunch
Nana and Parker
Typical picture of Parker. Someone trying to wrestle him down, the person with the camera trying to get him to smile, him listening to nobody and making crazy faces.
Enjoying a tasty lunch