I’ve blogged before about Piper’s loathing of all things academic. She’s the daughter of two professors. One of us has been in graduate school most of her life. Of course she hates reading and writing. Makes total sense.
But last week Piper’s teacher presented me with her very first sentence. Ta da!
Now I know your kindergartener wrote her first novel last year, but Piper isn’t your kindergartner. Piper wrote about shopping. “I went to Macy’s.” Which is true, in her defense. Specifically, I took her to Claire’s. In the picture she drew headbands with sparkly bows and huge flowers. Those were her big purchase. She’s worn one of those headbands every day since. She loves a sparkly headband. She loves a sparkly anything. I praised her sentence, of course. I went ga ga over the thing. Piper glowed. Then she announced “Tomorrow I’m writing about my news boots!” Which are also pretty fabulous. Just like Piper.
I love a sparkly anything too! We should shop together:)
Piper would love that, especially since she considers you her future mother-in-law. Let the bonding begin!
Piper knew exactly what she was doing. “I want to mace S” is clearly a warning to a rival classmate. But who is S? And what did he/she do?
S gave Piper strep throat. I’d like to mace them, too.