Friday, June 7, 2013

Happy Birthday to Everyone

I've mentioned before that Isaak's a giver. If he finds money on the ground, and Mica says, "Hey not fair I want some money!" Isaak will give him some. Now if it were the other way around Mica's not as giving. They all have good and bad traits don't they?

When Isaak's birthday was celebrated at one of his preschools Isaak made a card for his teachers, for their birthday.

They must not of gotten that it was for them to keep. They put it in his end of school papers to go home. I'm kind of glad they did because it is so cute!

For the record:
  • He often cuts out his pictures.
  • Most of his pictures have some kind of junk treasure taped or glued to it. In this case it's just tape with designs already on them and one he colored in himself.
  • With his writing he writes, then draws a line under his writing. His teachers stressed that they will be writing on line paper. Isaak now thinks he has to write a line under and above all his letters. It's funny how kids take things.

5 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

That is too cute. I love the way he makes art out of scraps like that ;)

Theresa said...

That is so cute! And funny about the lines! Mine take things very literally too sometimes :)

LuAnn Braley said...

Awww...how sweet. Happy Birthday back at ya, Isaak! :O)

~ Noelle said...

so sweet :)

My Journey With Candida said...

I have seen some of the things Isaak makes and you can tell he puts a lot of thought in them.

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