Throwing Caution to the Wind
Just do it.Lovely family photo! I'm off to look up the word "badinage".Have a super day!
With the first child (because nearly every one will have his moment) ;-)*Love the family photo*
This oughta be good :)LucyPS - This is such a cute layout!
yes, I too love the layout...like a notebook page too cute... Teachers should be able to pick that up pretty quickly if you ask me ;-)
Eventually, the player will get played. Let the lad have his moment.
I agree with Checkered....time will reveal who is the wiser one....:)
snort. What Checkered said...the teacher should be able to figure this out;)
Daddy knows best this time!
I agree with Checkered. If the teacher isn´t "brighter"...she´s asking for it!I love the new layout too!! Very spring!
Um..drooled over this layout yesterday :)I'm sneaking up on stealing it hahha.Son was that way....let the sweet teach figure it out. Just don't let him do it to you, like mine does to me. LOL
When you go to have this discussion with his teacher, be sure to wear your "I'm Blogging This" t-shirt!!! Oh, and take your camera...LOVE your new photo and layout....forgive me, I'm just getting caught up on my blog reading:)
Lots of variables. Let us know what happens.
The teacher probably knows, and is playing the kid as well.
Is it a teacher that is new to teaching? Help her/him out. I have a number of friends that teach and so often the teacher is overloaded and doesn't really have a chance to really read a child. Personally, I feel that the longer the child gets away with it the more inclined they are to try it on every authority figure they have to deal with in the future.Just sayin'...Helen
Would it work to just tell the player, "Stop it!"? I know the teacher ought to figure it out for themselves, but I've known ones who Never would!
See, now I would flip the two of those around. I often wish I could say that to some of my students' parents!
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