Her funees have still been coming through, mainly over the last few days and a majority of them about Christmas now. Last week was Grace’s nativity and, of course, she was keen to impress as an Angel along with the other girls in Reception and Year One. I don’t recall Angels taking their halos off and tying them round their waists during the birth of Christ though!
Our drive to school is a rather long commute, particularly in the mornings where it can take over half an hour. Of course, due to the time of year there is plenty of Christmas decorations which we like to point out and I particularly like the tree in Binfield due to its beautiful lights but I can’t decide whether they are blue or purple. ‘Look at the purple tree Grace’ I stated this evening. ‘Hah Mother!’ I got back, ‘I think you’ll find its blue actually’. Oh, OK then! Then we started to sing ‘We Wish You a Happy Christmas’ and Grace ended it with the words ‘and a Gappy New Year’. I reliably informed her that it was actually ‘Happy’ not ‘Gappy’. ‘Mum,’ she replied ‘you can see I have no front teeth so of course it’s Gappy!’
This evening Grace was discussing a boy in her class who has now been off sick for a few days. Her diagnosis was that he has got ‘that diarrhea bug where all your hair falls out’! Sometimes I do wonder where she gets all this from.
Finally, I believe that she has started to cotton on to the fact that I am writing down what she says. She asked me last week ‘Mum, are you going to put this on your blob?’
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