Thursday, October 29, 2009

Dazed and Confused

Dear Chatty:
Yesterday I had a lovely parent teacher conference with your Kindergarten teacher Miss Johnson. She couldn't say enough sweet things about you. Miss Johnson said you are a born leader, transition from one activity to the next in an appropriate manner, willingly participate in all activities, is always happy and greets her with the biggest smile everyday, plays with everyone in the class, helps her peers, intelligent (at or above levels in all subjects/areas), to name a few. According to Miss Johnson you are a pure joy to have in class. Wow - I was so proud!

Fast forward to this morning when you were in major meltdown number 29 (or 59, it has been so many I have lost count) this week. What happens to you when I drop you off? Do you turn into another child? I mean seriously, the Chatty that was at my house this morning could not possibly be the same Chatty who is a prized pupil in Miss Johnson's class everyday. What do you do with her at 3:00pm every weekday, stuff her in your backpack and not let her out until you get back to school? What can I do to make sure she appears at my house during non-school hours? Your Dad and I are willing to try almost anything (within reason) to get prized pupil Chatty to make a regular appearance at our house. Let me know ASAP! Thanks.

I Love You,


Deelsu said...

OMG! I just read this to my co-worker! She has 3 girls! We laughed our butts off!
Chatty sounds like a piece of work!

starnes family said...

Hilarious. It could be worse....she could be a little stinker at happy she behaves there!

Sassafrass Jane said...

We have the opposite problem over here...lucky Chatty behaves! I was the same way when I was little, a brat with my parents, and the sweetest angel with anyone else.
Love the letter format, cracks me up!

FROGGITY! said...

bless your heart. maybe she stores it up and has to let loose when she gets home.

that's AWESOME that her teacher had such great things to say. i am sure she is a treasure. :)

Coco said...

That so great she is doing so well at school! She might turn out to be a lot like me, sorry.
My mom said she was always shocked when my teachers talked about how great I was. Shocked.

Isn't that sad!!