This is the first snowman that I have found this year. I think the temps. have been way too cool for the little ones to build their sweet snow people. I usually see the most snowpeople in the spring snows.
Do you read http://comesitbymyfire.blogspot.com by Reyln. She had such a cute post yesterday titled "The way children teach". Hop on over and read her story. She is a teacher with a child with Down"s Syndrom. It was so touching. It reminded me of something that happened to me this week. I hadn't even thought about posting it. Here is the story......
After releasing my early morning SACC kids (School age child care), I wait for the busses to unload. My granddaughter gets off one of those busses every morning and I give her some kisses and a big hug. I was talking to her and four afternoon SACC kids walk up. Two are twins that live in my neighborhood and ones that I have watched in my home. They hug me every time I see them. Another one is a friend of my granddaughter. My younger granddaughter calls one of her dollies this little girls full name, so cute. Okay, the last one is this sweet boy. I can't say that about most of the boys in our program. He walks up and shows me that he has lost his first tooth. They are all standing around me so I say, Let's have a group hug." They all giggle and we stand there in a circle hugging each other. What a great way to start a morning.
Thanks Reyln for sparking me to write this post. (((((HUGS))))) to all of you from the bottom of my heart.