Monday, October 4, 2010

Phone Call

Well it happened sooner than I thought. It was only a month in to his Kindergarten year and I got my first call from Dylan's school. Oh no. Was he sick? Did he get in a fight and get sent to the principal's office? What sort of emergency happened to make them call me? All these questions were running through my mind as I said hello.
It was the school counselor calling. She told me about how some of the boys from both kindergarten classes were having difficulty showing proper behavior out at the playground. I knew Dylan played a little rough with his friends but I never imagined that he would have to get a special "class" teaching him to get along with others. Anyway the counselor went on to explain that Dylan's teacher recommended him as a role model of good behavior for the special playground class. Wow. Here I thought she was telling me that Dylan had social problems but it was actually the opposite. I could be more proud that he exhibits friendly, kind behavior even when I am not there to remind him.


  1. Wow!!! What a great call to receive!

    Makes me VERY proud of that young man (and you too). Well done Shani & Shane!!

  2. "I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth." 3 John 4

  3. This may sound stupid, but this made me cry. You have done such a wonderful job raising Dylan and I am just so proud of both of you. He really is an amazing little five-year-old! I love him so much!

  4. Tell Dylan I am so proud of him! You are doing a great job raising him and I'm so proud of you too. When I met Dylan's teacher on Monday she called him a "superstar"and said he was well liked by the other students--he was so kind. My heart is bursting:)