And I love to sneak a peak into her first grade world.
Child 1: You picked a good day to come and eat. This is good.
Child 2: It's good.
Child 1: Really good.
Child 2:"Are you Ella's mom?"
Child 1:"Do you know you're eating worms?"
I love it. I am completely entertained by this conversation.I said, "These are better than the worms I ate last week, and I do love a good worm."
Child 1: "What is that in the worms?"
Child 1: "No, worm poop."
All laughing uncontrollably.
The cafeteria monitor comes over and shushes them.
That's my girl, keep eating.
We share my bread.
And I coax her into a little salad.
We toasted our chocolate milks (we sure did) and giggled about the pony tail we put in this morning to try and hide the fact that we all went to bed with wet heads last night.
She headed out to recess, and I left having bonded with my oldest and some of her classmates.
Worm poop and all.