Piper’s new kindergarten teacher is a keeper. When Piper grew bored of coloring in her behavior report every day with the same boring green crayon, she let her color the square rainbow. “You’re in charge of you,” Mrs. Adams told her, “you know if you behaved, don’t you?” Piper did.
When I met Mrs. Adams for the first time, I gushed about how glad we were that she’d shown up for her second day, too. My standards are now that low after Dear Kindergarten Teacher and Help Wanted.
Piper declared Mrs. Adams to be a good hugger. “You kind of just fall into her. I think she’s hugged a lot.”
Mrs. Adams had a positive report, too. “Oh, Piper!” she said. “I get her. I really do.”
And that’s good enough for me.
wouldn’t you love someone to get you?
Yes, I would, but I’ll settle for someone who gets Piper 🙂
That’s great that you seemed to have found a keeper. It’s cool that she showed that faith in Piper – build the relationship.