Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


Cupcakes and candy corns

What could be better than a birthday party? Two birthday parties!!! Stinkerbelle had a party at preschool today (since she only goes two days a week) and she'll have her main party Thursday night. She is very excited.

I was quite the overachieving mom. She had on her very cute candy corn "sweet" Halloween t-shirt today. I made cupcakes with candy corn papers and topped with candy corns. Then, we had the matching napkins. Very festive, not that kids care if there are graham crackers, juiceboxes and cupcakes. All the rest is just *pardon the pun* icing.

Brother was in attendance for the festivities, which he loved. They both look pretty darn happy here.

She is so mischievous. Look at that. You can see the wheels turning.

These are the divas of the class. These two rule just like the hot chicks did when I was in high school. They are unseparable. That is their teacher, whom I love dearly. She was recently diagnosed with MS and it breaks my heart.

She loves my girl and is a great teacher to her. She's teaching her sign language right now.

Her friend's expression was cracking me up.

These kids were cracking me up. Little Bit's face is hilarious, too. This woman deserves a raise for caring for these rugrats every day!!! Ok, she might need a valium, too!!!

All in all, a great success. The birthday countdown continues. One more day, I was informed at 6 a.m. this morning.


  • At 5:29 PM, October 11, 2006, Blogger Buggs said…

    Cute pics of the kids.

    I wish the best to the teacher in dealing with MS. I believe that Montel Williams also is living with that.

    I finally understood by looking at the teacher's pic what the expression you have so much to give actually means. Thank you

  • At 6:18 PM, October 11, 2006, Blogger Army of Mom said…

    Thanks for the compliments. Ms. Tiffani is a gem and we have been really lucky at this preschool to only have one "not great" teacher and she tried really hard, she just wasn't organized enough to corral, teach and entertain almost a dozen 3-year-olds. I think it takes a special kind of person. I couldn't do it.

    But, we're blessed to have good teachers there.


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