May 9, 2008

I-N-T-E-R-F-E-R-E

Bee OK, for lack of anything quilty to blog about (I'm hoping my secret quilt project will be finished this weekend so I can post about it), allow me a Proud Mommy Brag.  My DS#2 won the 5th Grade Spelling Bee for his school this week.  "Interfere" was his word.  They had an all-school assembly, and he won spelling this word in front of the entire school.  Not only am I proud as can be about his spelling achievement, the most miraculous part for me is how far he has come from his painfully shy early school years when something like this would have sent him to the nurse's office with a headache and wanting to come home.   I am so proud of all of my kids for everything they do every day, but I am extra especially proud of my middle child this week.



11 comments:

  1. I'm proud of him too. Makes me proud just to know you are proud! That is a special thing and I bet he is flying high! Spelling was my favorite class in grade school. You must be doing something right, mom, so keep it up and Happy Mother's Day!

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  2. Fantastic! So, so cool! =)

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  3. What a wonderful way to start your Mother's Day weekend. Great job mom for practicing all those spelling words.

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  4. Congratulations! What a fantastic accomplishment!!!!

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  5. Congratulations Little One you are very Clever.Happy Mothers day Proud Mum.
    Hugs Mary.

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  6. Isn't it wonderful when we can actually see our children growing up and becoming more confident and overcoming their mountains. Congratulations to you and your son!

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  7. Happy Mother's Day Lisa! You are rightfully proud of your boy. Whatever you are doing to bring up these wonderful children, keep it up!!!

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  8. And congratulations to you for be a Spot On kinda Mom, too. ;)

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  9. Of course... *I* knew it all the time. And is he sure it's spelled with an "e" at the end? (just kidding, and thanking whomever the genius was who invented spell check)

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  10. Congratulations to your son, and to you for the wonderful job you are doing! What a lovely Mother's Day gift that was!

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