Email Reply: She wrote me back a little confused as to what drawing I was talking about. Then mentioned that with the one kid things would get taken care of.
She said that Isaak follows one girl around everywhere. He will only play with her at recess. When she's busy playing with someone else, he plays by himself.
Email 2: I emailed her again with the picture above attached, so there would be less confusion.
I also mentioned that I was aware of Isaak playing with one girl all the time. I had him go to a boy's birthday party, so he'd hopefully bond with some of the boys there. Nope! Then I mentioned that I that I'd try and have some boys over to play.
Email Reply 2: It turns out that all the kids were laughing about the self portraits. Even the teacher held up hers, and they laughed.
As for the boy that's been teasing Isaak? His parents were talked to after class.
My conversation with Isaak: I told him that we're inviting a boy friend over this weekend. He said, "Will Maddi come to?" I said, "No. Not this time." We walked to the Y together, and Isaak said, "Hey look Mom I'm going to pick you flowers like I do for Maddi."
In my opinion it's ok for boys and girls to be friends with the same sex, or opposite sex.
Questions for you readers:
Do I discourage Isaak on being friends with this sweet girl?
She is nice. Daddy met her Dad. He's nice to. Then she has a brother in Mica's grade, which is great. Their family stays after school often just like our family does to play on the playground. It's just that I want Isaak to be open to the idea of playing with others. I've told him for awhile now that it's good to just jump in, and start playing with other kids. It sounds like he has puppy love for this girl.