How sweet!! There was a post on The San Diego Siegel's blog about something really cute that her boy did as well. I will have to show these posts to my husband and see if I can get him to go for just one more-a boy!
That's so cool! Fourteen of my students entered that contest, too, and won lovely gems for their mommas. It's such a great contest!
It is really sweet... there were 10 winners from Jack's class... I have a sneaky feeling that they are going to try and get the moms to purchase some elaborate setting or something, but he is so proud of himself that we are really making a big deal about it... he is really such a sweet boy.
Awwww! He is so cute!
OHHH, I hope my son turns out like that!Lisa
OMG, that is the sweetest thing ever!
Isn't that sweet! Sometimes our kids do stuff that really shows that they care. Now if we could only figure out how to get them to act that way ALL the time!
That is so darn awesome that he would care enough to do that!Are you getting a new ruby necklace or ring out of the deal?
sniff, sniff, sniff.that jack has always been too much.
awwww how dang stinkin cute is THAT! I love it! What a sweet boy. I love his little face!
Perrin-I think I am probably going to spend a small fortune on some sort of setting... that may be where the cuteness of this contest ends and the gross consumerism kicks in!
Kristin, that is SO sweet!!! :) What a beautiful stone! Thanks for stopping by my blog (and the donation? omg, that was so nice of you), too!!!! :)Melissababyheaton.blogspot.com
Little boys just love their Mommas, don't they?! Start savin' for that setting! ;-)
Oh that is the sweetest thing I've heard. You must be one heck of a good MoM. I do have to say he looks pretty proud in that picture!!Congrats!!!!F
No way!!! That is SO COOL! What a sweetheart. Can't wait to hear the poem, hope you share it. :-)
Wow, that is so sweet! Can't wait to hear about the poem!
How adorable is he?!?! How bad do you want to know what that poem says?!?!How repetative is my comment?!?
Gotta love that Jack....Full of surprises...
Awwwwww, Kristin.The real jewel is Jack. That boy deserves ice cream for breakfast, and whatever else his little heart desires.....
I hope you take lots of tissues when you hear your poem. Sometimes our munchkins can be so sweet!Congrats, you must be doing something right! :)DonnaOur blog: Double Happiness!
You're training the boy early, aren't you Kristin?
That's totally fantastic! :) Now you can turn around and sell it and put the money in a 529 account for his college!
You must post the poem when it is released to the public! Congrats to you and Jack- his sweetness shines through again. You should have him ask Duke and Jake if they ever on their mom a ruby next time they are mean to him! Proud Godmother Nicki
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