Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Muffins for Mom

This afternoon was the 'Muffins for Mom' celebration at school. Let me tell you, Evan gets the most thoughtful and caring teachers every year!
We had a little chat time, facing our child at their desk. It was tight. He kept saying, "So, what should we talk about now?" very cute. He made me a lovely placemat, and waited on me hand and foot (I think it was mostly so you wouldn't have 20+ moms wandering around)
After the muffins we were presented with a framed poem that our child had written for us, and then each one shared them with the class. It was so sweet. Here's my poem:
The important thing about my mom is that she loves me. She always makes me feel better. 
Her voice is as smooth as a whistle and her skin as pure as water.
She is kind of short and is cute as a strawberry.
Her whole body smells like fresh raspberries.
She is very warm-hearted and is very encouraging. Mom always makes me life easier.
Mom has a definite daring personality. She is sporty, nice, loving and responsible.
But the important thing about my mom is that she loves me. She always makes me feel better.

How can you not love this kid?
Evan with his teacher, Mrs. Fortner, who is celebrating her first Mother's Day.
Thanks Evan!! I love you !


Brooke S. Rochon said...

I can only hope that Cohen loves me this much as this age. Too sweet.

knitting elephant said...

What a great Mother's Day gift from your son! Very thoughtful of him, for sure. :-)

SAR girls said...

So sweet. Quite a kid ya got there!