That's very impressive. Her teachers get A+ for effort.
I love that it's signed "Santa 2009" like it's the latest model of Santa. lol.I'm glad you found a preschool you love. The school's in my hometown were bad. I hope you continue to find schools like it!
Very cute! "I love love love her preschool. I just wish they could keep expanding so she could be there through college." I agree!
So you're saying you didn't write that? That is amazing...they hit all those notes you've mentioned in your recent posts. I especially like the mention of "no meltdowns" lol!
To be fair- they did ask parents to answer a few questions. So some of the wording is fed to them. But most of it came from, I assume, our school director (Ms Lori) who knows these kids really, really well. Actually, what I'd love is if I could to preschool for a couple of days... even my boss's boss has expressed the same desire... a day of naps and snacks and crafts and being read to...
That is so sweet!***AllyVisiting from SITS
so cute! I can't wait until my girls are old enough to read a letter from Santa! So sweet! :)
That is precious!
That's terrific! I think you picked the right school for Teagan!
That's pretty cool, there's a lot of work gone into doing that for all those kids!Have you read J.R.R. Tolkien's Lettters from Father Christmas? For a few years I wrote letters from Santa to the kids modeled on Tolkien's and left them to be found under the tree on Christmas morning.
Going to go check out the link, Mim. I'm not familiar but if it's Tolkien, it's got to be fantastic!
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