Matt grew and matured by leaps and bounds this year. I think I owe it all to his amazing teacher. I was recalling last summer how he cried when he learned he had Mrs. R. It was all because he heard she has a tradition in her class of putting on a puppet show and he did NOT want to take part in that!
But lo and behold, the day of the puppet show came and he aced it. No nerves. No anxiety. It was adorable hearing him from underneath the table saying things such as, "Don't be ridukulos" and "Master Elephant, You must face yo foe." in the most adorable kid-talk ever!!
He also played Spring soccer. It was nice because it was laid back and it consisted of one practice and one game each week.
1. First lost tooth
2. Learning to ride a bike.
He takes great pride in his hair and looks in the mirror and takes selfies to make sure it looks perfect.
He has a beautiful heart. Check out this cuteness I came across on Tommy's birthday.
He makes us all laugh.
He's a great kid who we all love very much. He is the perfect caboose to our family train.
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Me, Billy, Mary, Tommy, Ann.