About Me

I am a crazy woman, funny and carefree but type A and anal all at the same time. I have two daughters and a Father who's a King...what more do I need?! My goal on this planet is to help His bride: literally (I plan weddings for a living!) and spiritually (I occasionally offer words of wisdom to loved ones...) Bless us all on this journey!

Jesus and His Girl

Jesus and His Girl

Saturday, June 2, 2007

My Baby Who's Not a Baby


This is my third grade Skylar (hairy one on the left, surprise suprise huh?) having her third grade picnic this past Thursday. It was hot out but all the kids were running around in the sun, playing basketball, playing on the playground...except these little guys, the special ed kids, who tire easily or get hot easily (or, as in the case of Sam the dark little guy) just can't get down the slide in a wheelchair. So they gravitate toward each other, and Mrs. Levinhagen on the left is THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON AT PARKVIEW for my little girl! They all look so happy just being together, and this public school is so amazing for how beautifully it treats its "variety" of students. The tallest girl in the back on the right isn't even in their class, but she's one of the older students and likes to help. Thank you God that I have so much support for my special little girl who just likes to sit in the grass in the shade with her special little friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7 comments:

Rodrigo said...

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Gina Morales said...

She's so big. I remember when she was so little. Her hair is just like yours. lol. I'm glad they are treating her well. I praise God for that. Not all students are treated as well. May God bless you this week. Sorry for being MIA, just been really busy.

Elizabeth F. said...

OMG-she's so BIG! and hairy. LOL! Yaaa'll definitely got blessed in that dept. LOL!

Liz said...

How cool that she gets to hang out with Mrs. L! I did part of my student teaching at Parkview for my spec ed license and I was actually working with Mrs. Hanson who did the resource room but I had a lot of interactions with Mrs. L and she did seem amazing with the kids.

Jenny W said...

liz-- you're lucky to have gotten to work with them at parkview. they have been SUCH A BLESSING to us. skylar will actually be having some private reading sessions with mrs levinhagen this summer. they're very good to our family !

Liz said...

As a spec ed teacher, it does my heart good to hear that the school is so good to your family. My aunt and uncle in California have 2 kids with autism and they have had to go through hell with the school system. It is so sad when that happens because that is the last thing a family with special needs should have to deal with.

Mrs. Sara said...

I worked at Parkview for a year too, and I had a bad experience... but not with either of the special ed teachers, they were great! :) LOL.