Heather, he was fine lol He said noone in his class took a bear and I bet it was because she didn't send a note! I asked him if other kids in Pre-K took theirs and he said yes, he said his cousin (In another Pre-K class) took his. So this morning he took a bear in his backpack and guess what? If she sends a note saying something about it, I'll tell her that I'd appreciate it if she would send notes so we know what day they should take something. I didn't end up sending the note this morning because he was fine and had forgotten about it. But if she says anything, I'll let her know!!
Ok, phew! That's good. I agree, they need to be more pro-active about getting the message out. If I were a teacher I'd either send a note home in a backpack or have all the parents email addresses for notices. It's just silly. I only believe 1/2 of what my daughter tells me!
My daughter has yet to figure out how to lie...which is good...but it's only a matter of time! Sometimes her interpretation of things is just wrong because she was confused or something. You need to hear from an adult sometimes!
DD has lied to me twice.. once was about her cleaning her room when she said she did and I think the second was about her homework not having gotten done when she said it was. I realllly don't wanna go through a lying phase with DS! lol.. How long do they last??