Friday, May 5, 2017

Thank You card

This is a Thank You card my kid and I did for the Montessori play hour's teacher. We finished in April and he's starting Montessori kindergarten in July. It's going to be great because he's already familiar with the place and their methods.

On another note, we went on a mini vacation to Vienna last week. 3 days in total and two of those were rainy and cold. The last day when we had to leave, of course, the sun came out. But it was a lovely experience. The kid got to ride a double-decker bus, tram and underground train for the first time.

We tried to show him some historical places but he was more interested in heavy construction equipment that seemed to be everywhere. Me, "look, what an awesome building", the kid pointing behind us, "bager" which means excavator in my language.

Ha, and let me tell you a funny story. We were strolling around and the kid ran to his dad from behind and grabbed on to his leg. Then he looked up and noticed it wasn't his dad but a strange man. And being as awesome as he is, he didn't shy away or run back to us, he grabbed his head with his hands, bent over dramatically and said, "oh my" and started laughing. He then proceeded to explain in his abstruse language and wild hand gestures, how he thought it was dad but it wasn't and he made a mistake and it's funny. Everyone around started laughing at his reaction as well. The kid is an actor, I tell you.

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9 comments:

  1. The card is so pretty with the vibrant colors.Happy PPF :)

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  2. What an outstanding idea for the teacher! Oh, your little one is quite the "ham". I can remember my son doing the same thing, grabbing some stranger's leg. I don't remember his reaction, though.

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  3. What a lovely painting made by your son and you! You must take good care of this painting. I had to smile when he run after a strange man to hug his feet. And such a charming reaction :)

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  4. Hi Natasha May! What a great story! Doesn't it seem that the best planned trips come back with the funniest memories when kids are around. What fun! Thank you for the smiles. Nice card for the teacher too! Hugz, Rasz

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  5. Oh my goodness that is the best story ever!!! What a sweetie... adorable card too!! I love hearing about his personality!! Very smart little boy....support that beautiful energy! He has a great spirit! Thanks for sharing! Great post!

    Hugs Giggles

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  6. Precious story! Love the adorable card as well. :)

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  7. I love the card for the teacher! Your story made me laugh! LOL! Big Hugs!

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  8. What a lovely card. I love that your kid didn't shy away upon realizing the error. Vienna is such a lovely old town. We visited a few times, in fact our best friend is living there - good memories.

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