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  • lauralkemp lauralkemp's Avatar 12-08-12 | 01:54 PM
  • I'm so proud of my son. I just needed to brag a minute...or two. He is doing so well in school. He is well liked by his peers and his teachers. He has been on track in developmental milestones and ahead in some cases. He can count to fifteen without help and spell his name(first and last), his future sister's name, Grandma, Grandpa, Daddy, Mommy, our names, with minimum prompting. He knows all his letters.

    At home he is doing great too. He is crazy independant which gets a little frustating(sometimes alot). But he is fully potty trained and only wears a pull up at night because he's such a hard sleeper. He still takes one nap a day most days. He loves to read and play games. He is good at using his imagination.
    Overall I have a smart, funny little boy who is loving and kind. He has an independant streak a mile and half wide that sometimes gets him in trouble but he is generally a good kid and helps do things for/with me when the baby is making me extra tired or Daddy is at school. He is so exciteed to be a big brother too.

    His 4th birthday is in February. He wants firetrucks and we are having it at Peter Piper Pizza.
  • Chickie Chickie's Avatar 12-08-12 | 05:56 PM
  • That is awesome! Sounds like you have a wonderful and smart young man. Nothing wrong with a mother's pride in her son.
  • MrsS1stbaby MrsS1stbaby's Avatar 12-10-12 | 01:30 PM
  • Aww, so sweet! And way to grow and know Joseph! It is amazing what their little brains absorb, especially once they start preschool.

    Kendall is starting to read and it FREAKS me out! We were learning our alphabet in kindy....now they should already be reading when they start kindy. And they do math, addition and subtraction. Oy vei! My how times have changed!

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