Project pride

Dear JSL,

This week you had your first ever project for school. At three years old, you were so excited to do homework like your big brother. Your nursery school teachers asked us to make a poster that showed things that we like to do as a family. Completing this together, with help from NHL was a lot of fun. You helped me to pick out photos, then we went to get them printed off at CVS. Once we got home we plunked down on the floor with the paper, photos, photo glue, and my monster sticker box. You helped me to put the pictures in just the right spots. After I glued them down, you were able to go into my sticker box. This was the first time you had ever seen it. You were mesmerized with the different Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Monsters Inc, Blues Clues, and countless other options inside.

You wanted to hold onto your project to show Daddy when he got home from work. Luckily I was able to get you to put it down to dry. On Friday, when we took it into school, you insisted on holding onto it as we left the house. Then when we got to school you clutched it tight and paraded into school showing everyone along the way.

Proud of his project

It was so much fun watching how proud you were of the photos, stickers, and project as a whole. Now I hope we can keep this excitement for homework alive for years to come.




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