Wednesday, September 8, 2010

What a difference a day makes.....

Here are some pictures his teacher took of him today at school. In this first picture he is eating some bites of banana all by himself. I'm going to show him this picture and tell him I know he can do it......... Here he is on his wagon ride to the playground. No tears today! Oh, I love that boy.
And this is the picture I took. This is where I found him when I walked into his classroom. No tears. What a difference a day makes!


I got this!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm so happy he did better today. I have had him on my mind so much the past two days. Hug that precious little guy for His Aunt Mary. I love you, Jess.

Love, Aunt Mary

Terri H-E said...

Yahooey! Alex rocks, school rocks. It stands to reason they'd rock each other before long.

Cheers to you!

Molly said...

I'm seriously so happy for you today!! I'm smiling like Alex is my own!! Great job buddy, keep showing everybody you can do it!!!

Barb said...

Sheesh that kid melts my heart!

Laurie in Ca. said...

Wow this little guy is a heart melter and is doing so wonderful. Quite a difference a day makes and I love this teacher for taking pictures for you. How precious is that?? I am proud of you and Alex.

Love and Hugs, Laurie

ANewKindOfPerfect said...

What a relief that he did so good today! No tears is always best. :) I love that last picture - when did Alex grow up!!

Alicia said...

So happy he had a better day!

Keep on truckin' Alex! You're gonna do big things!

Brandi said...

You make me smile Alex! You are doing it, I am so proud of you.

Finding Normal said...

YAY!!! What great news! I love that his teacher took pictures, put them in his notebook, AND wrote notes! (Addi's poor notebook rarely gets written in. We're more likely to email, although I did get pictures emailed to me on the first day!)

He's going to love this. So are you. :)

Kristi said...

So happy for you both.

Jacqui said...

That is brilliant - I am so glad he had a betta day! What a big boy!!! You must feel very happy. Love the banana eating.

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad he had a better day! I kept thinking about him after your last post. What a wonderful teacher to take notes and pictures for you! My friend's little boy with mecp2 just started school, too. However, even after much research/work before he started school, she's struggling with an unmotivated teacher. I'm so thankful Alex appears to have a great teacher!
Becca

Cindy said...

Great job, Alex! Keep having fun and learning lots!