My kids started school this Monday, They are 1st graders! I was very excited and my kids were looking forward to their first day of school! I saw other kids with their new uniforms, freshly new hair dos, new book bags, new shoes, etc. Also there were parents taking pictures of their kids going to class…including my husband and I.
Here are pictures of my son and daughter first day of school:
Layla in her new class cheesin!
Aaron in his new class, reading a book with his new friend!
After my husband and I dropped them off to school, thinking they were going to have a great day, Little did we know, the kids were going to have an adventurous day! When I came home, I was looking forward to stories of what they did in their new class and what they learned, etc.
My husband began to laugh and tell me what happen when he went to go pick them up. My husband got off work early to go and get the kids from school, usually when school is out each class come out one at a time with their school age group. So my husband saw my daughter in line with her class and picked her up, and precessed to look for my son and saw that he was not there! The teachers lost my son!
(Now EVERY parent worst nightmare to see their child is not where there suppose to be!)
Now he was suppose to get picked up by my husband or I. They are what the school consider a car rider, and not ride the bus and the teachers know that. They began to explain that some how he was put on the wrong bus and he was on his way back. My husband being Very understanding began to tell them that: as long as his son was not REALLY lost, and they found him, everything was ok, he began to explain that it was the first day of school and things can get crazy during school, everything was fine. The teacher immediately began to apologize to him over and over again for the misunderstanding, he was very nice about it!
I began to laugh and kind of brushed it off but situations like that are not funny! I laughed it off because in my case things worked out. In other situations it didn’t and I pray that God work their situations out! I had friends tell me they would have flipped out and I thought about it, what is flipping out and/or acting like a “donkey” going to accomplish? Its not going to magically bring my son back, its not going to fixed the situation, it would only make it worst! So in my case that was not a “flipping out”, acting like a “donkey” moment! and I pray that I won’t have to get to that point!
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