An Addie report

So I don’t want to leave my last post up all weekend – that is kinda a bit of a downer trip. And J. and I decided that we need a little diversion and are heading out of town for the weekend.

Plus, I have to brag a little about Addison since it feels like I do an awful lot of complaining about her and her astoundingly stubborn, excuse me, her independent streak. We had her parent-teacher conferences yesterday, and apparently Addie is quite the little angel at school. Her teachers had nothing but great stuff to say, we are talking – gushing here. Granted it is only preschool and I don’t think her teachers have a bad thing to say about anyone, ever. But still, she got almost all “fully mastered”s in her development skills and her teachers wrote this about her:

“Addison is a happy, self-confident girl who truly enjoys all aspects of her day at school. She is open, curious and interested in all activities and experiences offered to her. She is a fun and creative friend, making her a very sought after friend. She is kind and inclusive, but never gives herself away. She is bright an aware of all that is happening around her. We appreciate all she brings to class and are so happy she is here.”

Awwww…thatta girl!

So funny...

It is amazing to see her emerging as her own little self. She surprises me daily with something she knows or says. And even if what she says isn’t always correct, she manages to keep us laughing.

This morning at breakfast Em was being silly and eating her hard-boiled eggs like a puppy (at least I think that is what she was trying to do) and she bit into an egg and kind of did a “grrrr” sound, like she was ripping the flesh right off of the egg. Addie shrieked with laughter and said -

A: “Emma, you’re a cannibal!”
(J. and I both looked at each other in shock. How did she know that word? And she was using it almost in the right context, too!)
M: “Ad where did you hear that word? How do you know it?”
A: (grinning from ear to ear) “I don’t know.”
E: “Oh, I think I know! From our pirate book. They talk about cannonballs in it.”

Ahhhhh! Cannonball. Of course. J. always calls Addie “cannonball” when she is barreling through the house and acting all rough and tumbly, too. That makes sense, although “cannibal” certainly could have worked as well.

8 Responses to “An Addie report”


  1. 1 carey March 6, 2009 at 4:47 pm

    yay addie, great job!! keep up the good work!

  2. 2 Dawn March 6, 2009 at 8:10 pm

    LOL, too cute!

    What a sweet picture of a sweet silly girl~

    Have a great weekend away :)

  3. 3 Maggie March 6, 2009 at 10:33 pm

    I’m not surprised that Ad got a gushing report…how could she not?!

    Enjoy your weekend away — it is much deserved!

  4. 4 ksmcnulty March 7, 2009 at 4:04 am

    Silly Girl, but I love it………especially the innocence of it all :O) Hope you’re mini get away reenergizes you all!

  5. 5 golightly March 7, 2009 at 2:50 pm

    What an awesome report! Harrison says cannibal, too. But I forgot where he got it from – and how he says it, because it isn’t quite right.

  6. 6 Christina March 8, 2009 at 10:05 am

    Hahahaha! I think I’ll be laughing all day about CANNIBALS!

    What an awesome school report! You have every reason to be proud. I wish N’s school did that!

  7. 7 killlashandra March 10, 2009 at 5:23 am

    Cannonball and cannibal, that makes me smile. It’s so easy to get words confused that sound similar. Mine does that too. Sounds like she is doing wonderfully in preschool. Goes to show kids always act different when away from home then when at home. My Mom is forever telling me W.W. loves to play with puzzles at her house yet I can’t get him interested at home to save my life. ;)

  8. 8 Ken January 7, 2010 at 11:40 pm

    Thats such a gorgeous picture of your little girl :) Love the colors, the light, and her fair innocent beauty!


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