Where has the time gone. I missed a few months of these letters after only just starting this project so I need to get back on track. We are going through home reno’s right now and the house looks like a bomb went off most days. Needless to say, it’s hectic around here…that’s my story and I’m sticking to it 😉
If you recall, I’ve joined a group of talented ladies in writing monthly letters to our sons that they can look back on to see what they were doing and what interested them. This month, I’m writing Zach again
The last few months have flown by. We are counting down the days this week which will signify the end of Kindergarten for you. I am so proud of your accomplishments this year and both sad and excited to see you graduate. You are growing so fast. You have learned to read so quickly and effectively. You understand how to sound words out well and I know grade 1 is going to be a breeze for you. And I’ve seen your interest in drawing grow immensely over the these last few months. I think it has something to do with your current obsession with Minecraft but whatever the reason, I’m so happy to see your artistic skills budding. You aren’t a huge fan of school though. Every morning you attempt to convince as to why you don’t need to go to school and then you even resort to negotiating lol. You do this a lot… before every baseball game last summer, before most hockey practices and games this past winter… I’m thinking you are going to be in sales or in some role as a negotiator is some capacity later in life. But I’m thrilled that you haven’t started this with soccer yet – is it possible we have actually found a sport that you and your brother like? I took this photo at your second game and your expression makes me giggle:
You were excited about having soccer cleats and shin guards along with your own ball. And you worked hard…I mean really hard at this game.
I love you and your brother more than anything and so excited to know our family vacation starts in only a few days. Like always, I love you more than anything, every where and every time.
To follow along with our blog circle, please pop by Jodie to see her lovely letter.