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This morning was Doughnuts for Dad at Landon's preschool so I got to take off work and spend the morning with him eating doughnuts and playing.
We drew with markers and painted with water colors.
We made all kinds of creations with Play-doh including these two lions.
Finally, we built lots of tall buildings with blocks and had as much fun knocking them down as we did building them up.
Landon and I were both sad when it was time for me to go.
He helps me... play Halo.
My dad can cook... hamburgers on the grill.
His job is... working on computers.
We play... baseball.
His favorite food... bananas.
Dad likes to... sleep!
My dad is... Strong and Funny (picked out of group including smart, sweet, soooooo cool and handsome).
Landon's teachers asked the children a variety of questions (on the left) and wrote down Landon's answers (on the right) on a really nice card. Landon did a really great job and knows me pretty well (some children had some pretty wild responses for their dads). Just a few notes, Halo refers to the old cartoony alien version I've helped Landon's older brothers play, from Landon's perspective I do work on computers since that is what he sees me doing whenever I'm doing some work at home, I do like bananas and I'd have say they are my favorite fruit, I do like to catch a nap on the weekends and I'll take strong and funny out of that list...Love you Landon!
The card included a photo of Landon walking in footsteps laid down on the floor with the following poem:
"Walk a little slower, Daddy,"
Said a little child so small.
"I'm following in your footsteps,
And I don't want to fall.
Sometimes your steps are very fast,
Sometimes they're hard to see;
So walk a little slower, Daddy,
For you are leading me.
Someday when I'm all grown up,
You're what I want to be;
Then I will have a little child
Who'll want to follow me.
And I would want to lead just right,
And know that I was true;
So, walk a little slower, Daddy,
For I must follow you.
Thanks to Landon's teachers Miss Sylvia and Miss Denise for doing such a great job with the kids and for letting the fathers share the morning with them.Posted by Don |
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