I’ll tell you where it went…..to pieces. It was picked up by a tornado called “My Parents” and tossed around like a rag doll. I’ll try to lay some of the scraps out for you. I was able to rescue a few moments with things you should be aware of.
Friday night: I was playing Peekaboo with a STRANGER while waiting in line at a department store my mommy and daddy took me too.
BE AWARE: I play games and interact with the human race.
Saturday: That was a pretty big day for me. It was our Fall Festival parade and I was on a float for Special Olympics. I’m in the back sitting on mommy’s lap.
BE AWARE: I’m an athlete.
I’ll be a Young Athlete for Special Olympics until I’m eight-years-old. Then…..I can compete in stuff.
LOOK! We have a big torch and everything.
I didn’t think we should throw candy without testing it first.
BE AWARE: I care about public safety.
BE AWARE: I learn stuff.
Sunday: Mommy drew a circle on the left. She did okay, but a little messy.
My circle is on the right. I think mine is just as good. I even added some extra stuff just because.
Today (PreK/Day 21): Here I am this morning, checking the safety of the tunnel before my train goes through.
BE AWARE: I can get away with not wearing a shirt.
Now…..I am getting ready for school. I was pretty late (1.5 hours).
Someone, this friend I know…….Yeah that’s it, woke me up a few times during the night. They made me jump around, throw stuff out of my crib and kick the rails. This happened a few times. Mommy let me sleep in.
BE AWARE: I try to figure things out for myself, like putting on my “special shoes”. OR….Playing with the Velcro straps because it’s cool to do that.