Sunday, May 16, 2010

Little Man Turns FOUR!

I can't believe it. My Little One is already four? How did this happen?

Dear Little One,
You were born on Mother's Day weekend Little One. You stole my heart away in a moment. You have yet to return it to me. Who are you now? At four years old you are full of energy! You LOVE to be outdoors and to move your body. Dancing, running and swimming are your three most favorite activities. You enjoy reading stories and playing imaginary games too. You are a joyful boy and take very little seriously. You make me laugh every day. This past year you completely potty trained yourself, learned how to write your name and your Montessori teachers tell me you have absorbed the classroom ground rules! And that you help them to remind other children when they are forgotten.

I'm hopeful by the end of this year you will have given up your pacifier; although I am doubtful since you have extreme binki love. You have graduated from a floor bed to a twin bed and are very excited about this! Your Daddy and I are so proud of you and your communication skills. You see a speech therapist twice a week and seem to enjoy the sessions. We have noticed a big difference in your pronunciation and your friends are able to understand you much better too!

Thank you for being you my little man. Happy Birthday to my courageous, funny, beautiful, bright four year old boy! I love and adore you :)


Evelyn / 2 Pequenos Traviesos said...

Congratulations SUPER MONTESSORI MAMA! He's gorgeous! God bless him and you and all the family.

jojoebi said...

Happy Birthday!
Great post, I will be linking this week. If you don't want to be featured please let me know.

plaidshoes said...

Happy Birthday Little Man!! How do they grow up so fast?! I hope he had a beautiful day!

Leptir said...


Anonymous said...

Happy Birthday also from Athens, Greece. May life and time tread you always kind.

A wonderful ode to love, this entry of yours. Please have you all a nice Tuesday.

daily athens

ijansen said...

Hi there.
I liked your website, especially the Montessori quote at the top.

My wife is a Montessori Educator. When we were homeschooling our children using Montessori we found some good sites for reference, but few were comprehensive. So we have set up a new website to create a comprehensive online resource for Montessori Lessons, Activities, Articles and Nomenclature Cards called Take a look and let us know if it is helpful.

Where in the World?


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