Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Mother's Day Tea (another late one)

Karis' pre-school (4 year olds) had a Mother's Day Tea to honor mothers right before the big day. It was such a sweet occasion.





















At the table, Karis' teachers had helped her write a lot of things about me. One that comes to mind is, "My mom is smart because she knows how to spell." She had done a hand and foot painting that was really beautiful, and she had designed a Mother's Day card for me.

The program started with prayer, and then the teachers had all the 4-year olds get their mother something to drink and then go back and get themselves something. I told Karis she could choose what I drank.





Here she comes with my pink lemonade.













After a small delicious snack/meal (which the 4-year olds had assisted with), each child got in front of their mother to sing a song to her. I videoed her with tears in my eyes. It was so precious, but I'm glad I have it on tape forever.

After all was said and done, I took pictures of her with her friends and her two wonderful, awesome, have-it-always-together teachers: Mrs. Michele (L) and Mrs. Jamie (R).



What a beautiful memory-making day! Thank you Bear Creek Baptist Pre-school!

4 comments:

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Julie said...

You thought you could escape, but I found you. ;) IMB, huh? So glad to see what God's doing with you guys. Darin and I now have a 9 year old foster-to-adopt son. We hope he'll be "ours" by this time next year. Please give my love to Doug, too; I'll be keeping up with your journey. Can't wait to see what's next for you!

Julie (Brown) Wood

SavannahO's said...

Hi Kylie! I miss you! What have you been doing lately? I can't wait to see you next week. Was dancing to Kun fu fun? You'll have to show me it some time.


Savannah

lisasmith said...

happy mother's day, kathryn!! love how those little performances and recited poems make me boo-hoo every single mother's day!!

By the way, I followed your IMB trip via my google reader and I am so committed to praying for you and your precious family. Let's make our kiddos meeting become a reality so mine get excited about praying too!! Again, so happy I've rediscovered you and doug. :)