Follow by Email

Thursday, November 11, 2010

out of the mouth of babes

I love my job. I see and hear some of the cutest, funniest, hysterical things on a daily basis. I could walk into work with little sleep or in a bad mood, but the minute I see my babies, they cheer me up and put a smile on my face. I love their hugs, their kisses, their laughs, their smiles and sense of humors. Preschoolers, really are, the most precious thing and I am so lucky to be a part of their lives. I'm the lucky one, that's for sure. Here is a quick list of a few of my favorite things that I love about my little hummingbirds.

1. listening to them pray everyday.
2. getting hugs and kisses 150,000 times a day.
3. when i hear " i love you ms. kellianne".
4. i have given nicknames to some of my kids and hearing the other kids call them by their nicknames like its their first name.
5. hearing the kids have conversations between each other. hilarious.
6. watching them have a BLAST in P.E. on Tuesdays and Fridays.
7. having one of my babies say they prayed for me last night
8. receiving pictures and drawings and that child coming up with the best story as to what that picture is
9. hearing them sing songs like "in my fathers house" or "my god is to big"
10. seeing them walk into class with a BIG smile on their face.

Those, by the way, were put in no particular order. Although, hearing them pray everyday would be my all-time fave.

Lately, my kids sure have been saying some very funny things. Here's a sneak peak.
This happened last week...

Me : Aaron, go tell Ms. Rhonda that I am going to ride the elevator upstairs.
Aaron: (running and screaming) Ms. Rhonda!!!! Ms. Kellianne is going to take the elevator.
Me: Thanks Aaron!
( i get upstairs)
Tyler - Ms. Kellianne - you just ride in the alligator?
Me: Yes, Tyler, I just rode the alligator. He spit me out.

This happened a couple weeks ago...

(waking kids up from rest time) Me: Aaron - roll your mat up and go put your mat in the tub. You rested nicely today, I'm proud of you. Did you want to be the "tub monitor"? ( help the other kids put their napmats in the plastic tubs)
Aaron: Sure, I'll be the thermometer.

This happened in carpool line

(sitting with the kids waiting to hear their carpool number called)
Daniel - Ms. Kellianne - are those your fast shoes? ( I wore my tennis shoes because of my back, I needed more support)
Me: Yes Daniel, these are my fast shoes.
Daniel: Wow! I want those shoes, can I have them?

I apologize if none of those stories were funny, but they had me cracking up. I'm sure as the school year progresses I'll have more stories and I'll be happy to share.

By the way, I am on a roll with posting on my blog! wahoo!

Everyone have a blessed night!


Dana said...

Love it! Keep the stories and the posts comin'.