December 3, 2008

Reading Between The Lines

I got a note from Aidan's teacher on Tuesday. He did very well and everyone was very proud of him. This is what the note said...

Aidan had a wonderful day! He let a classmate into the line. He helped Mrs. Dawn set up the craft. He played well with multiple friends, used good manners, and shared with his friends on the playground. He kept his shoes on all day and lined up with his class during each transition. I couldn't have asked him for better behavior today. ~Mrs. Dawn

I'd like to go ahead and add what I bet she was thinking as she wrote.

Aidan had a wonderful day! The little bastard didn't kick me once!

He let a classmate into the line. The miracle here was that he was in line in the first damn place!

He helped me set up the craft I mean I was able to actually do that instead of wrestling your little delinquent son all day long!

He played well with multiple friends, I'm shocked as shit that he has any friends!

used good manners, Which just proves he knows better and choses to be an ass out of pure spite!

and shared with his friends on the playground. He's still a stingy little prick in the classroom but not on the playground!

He kept his shoes on all day I can't believe I have to applaud this kid for something so dumb! Why can't I just beat the hell out of him again?

and lined up with his class during each transition. Instead of losing his damn mind and bucking like a bronco while screaming bloody murder!

I couldn't have asked him for better behavior today. He should act like this every single day and I'm scared shitless of what Thursday is gonna bring to make up for today!

15 comments:

Evolving Mommy Catherine said...

Hilarious! Totally freaking hilarious!

Kritta22 said...

You are so stinking funny!
What a great thing that his teacher wrote you a note. That was nice of her.

Krissi said...

That kid is just full of surprises!

Jenners said...

You are soooooo funny! I love visiting your blog!

Reminded me of when my son came home from preschool and announced that he got a new spot on the rug at circle time. After a few probing questions from my husband, it turned out that ONLY my son got a new spot on the rug and it was FAR AWAY from Marcus because he and Marcus goof around too much at circle time. Funny how an innocent comment can be followed and reveal much wrongdoing.

~Ronda~ said...

Aidan may prove me wrong here today, but I'm hoping and praying that he is again an angel(knight in shining armor) and that his phase(funk) has passed!!

April said...

Thats too funny! Is this the calm before the storm?

Sarah said...

Do you know that I read this on the other page and actually thought "I bet Mama has a different take on it!" Nice touch!

Anonymous said...

Wow. That's all I can think to say. Your poor son to have a mother who talks about him this way.

Anonymous said...

Hey anonymous (aka Chicken Shit), blow me!

Shannie said...

Oh.my.lord! How in the hell have I missed this blog?!?!?!

Casey's trio said...

Sp freaking funny. As a mom of three year olds I can totally appreciate the unsaid words in the note!

Stacie said...

ooohhhh that is bad...and funny!

Sarah said...

Dear Anonymous,
You're poor children. To have a parent with no sense of humor! Have fun kids! I put up a fresh coat of white paint for you to watch dry this afternoon! It's a barnburner!

You're excused from the blog now.

Anonymous said...

Good Lord, Sarah! Oh how I do love you, dear!

taaurus said...

Well, ANON ~ I actually think this post is HILARIOUS!! It seems obvious, since ANON has this opinion ~ that he/she does NOT have kids of their own!