I just picked Emma up from Warm World, and once again, we have exciting news. She’s going to be in her first play! The conversation went a little like this:
“We’re gonna have a play and I’m gonna to be in it.” “Cool,” I said, “what are you going to be?” “I get to be the horse!!” “That’s great, is that what you wanted to be?” “Of course,” she said, “at first I wanted to be the black cat, but I didn’t know there was a horse. So, after I knew there was a horse, I asked to be the horse, and my teacher said I could be the horse.” “You’ll make a good horse…” “Yep, ’cause I neigh good.”
It’s a great thing to know your strengths and work with them!
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