Hope you all have a wonderful Mother's Day tomorrow! My celebration started last Wednesday at the Kid's school. They had a Mother's Day Tea planned that they have been working on for weeks. We all dressed up and wore party hats and we weren't allowed to move while all our kids served us. They started out with a little show.
Gimmie an M! M!
Gimmie an O! O!
Gimmie an M! M!
What's that spell? MOM!!!
They moved into "I'm a Little Teapot" and it was just SO adorable.
It was a strawberry and pineapple tea party (that's what they served) and the place mats were strawberry shaped with our names on them. We got a card with how much he loved me written on the inside.
"I love her as high as a giant!"
We also got a heart shaped 'pin' that was made out of cookie and I think it was shellacked or something. He colored on it and it will be with me forever. We also got a strawberry plant!
He was wearing his little 'detective' blazer that he loves to wear.
I also got a drawing of me with a description that he told his teacher one day. On it was:
My Special Mother
My Mom likes to cook "Daddy Pasta!" It is a little pasta...it has holes in it! She likes to shop a lot. She shops at Shop Rite. I go to the Scrunchy Play House. She buys me eggs. Together we watch TV and we play together. Her favorite color is red. I love her 5 Big Times!
We really didn't have tea, but we had a delicious punch! And the cutest thing was that all the kids served us and cleaned up after us. We weren't allowed to get up. There were cookies, strawberries and pineapples.
This was after bringing me a whole handful of strawberries.
At the end, all the kids went to get their totes and the mommies went to bring everything to the car. When we came back to get them we got another surprise. A laminated card with his hand prints on it covering an adorable picture 'peak a boo' style over top. Precious.
All the mommies got to wear party hats and the Kid stole mine.
Next year his teacher is going to have a lot to live up to. Thank you Mrs. C. You are the BEST first teacher my son could have had! You just made my day.