Monday, December 12, 2011
Good Morning Mondays!
I pamper my little girl to show her how much I love her. When she wakes up in the morning, I carry her downstairs with my robe wrapped around her. Then I snuggle her on the couch and warm her up while we chat for a little while. Then when I've warmed her up I lay her on the couch with her blanket, turn on her favorite shows and get her some breakfast. I shower her with love and attention before she gets sent off to school for the day. At school she experiences a lot of good things but also some difficult things. She has a little girl that insists on making it clear to Noah that she doesn't like her and is not her friend. Noah doesn't have to say anything to her or even be near her, the girl will come over to Noah just to badger her. Noah handles it well, but I can tell it's starting to get to her. I'm going to talk to the teacher about it, to see what she advises. Because I am of the believe that kids should be taught that while it's ok to not like someone, it's not ok to badger them about not liking them when they are not bothering you. Either way, my baby goes out into her own little world. It's not always nice. While I'm proud of the way she handles herself, I know that she is still only 4 years old and needs mommy to step in at times, to keep things from getting overwhelming for her. Praying that God gives me wisdom today as I approach her teacher. My goal is not to get this little girl in trouble, because there is obviously something bothering her that has nothing to do with Noah. I feel bad for her. But I'm hoping the teacher can put some type of boundaries in place so this situation doesn't turn into a bullying situation for Noah. It's sad that you have to address something like this at such a young age. Kids go through so much now and they don't know how to handle it, but you have to protect your own children. God will give you wisdom on when and how to do that.