Kayla was happy to be out of the classroom.
I helped with the relays.
Ready for the track team.
Yes, she's running with a dead chicken.
The only negative part of the day was when a parent told me how Kaleb is her little buddy. She eats at school with her child often and has Kaleb eat with them too if "he's had good behavior." Those of you with adopted children are probably cringing already. I was. Children do not need other parents to be their buddies. They do not need other parents eating with them. (Most of you remember I can't eat with Kaleb because he makes him feel empowered/entitled and he acts out aggressively at other students). And other parents have no right to inquire about a child's behavior that's not their own. And while I'm on the subject, I have a problem with the school letting a parent buy ice cream for the whole class at lunch without the other parents' permission. What if a child is lactose intolerant, the parents doesn't give food with sugar or just don't want another parent giving their child treats. (If you have a child with attachment issues you won't need to ask why that's a problem!)
But besides that, everything went smoothly for field day.
Jessica finished her AA degree in criminology so we had Chinese.
Way to go Jessica.
Tyler comes home tomorrow.
Jessica goes to Tallahassee for the Memorial for Fallen Police Officers on Sunday.