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Last week I had a very important collaboration to complete: my younger son Logan needed some lederhosen for a family cultural presentation to his 5th grade class (my hubby’s family is not only Scottish, but there’s some German in there too). I was able to be in the back of the classroom for his presentation. Although he was nervous outside before getting started, once inside he was a complete ham!
He was very proud to be able to write on the board while talking (“just like my Mom” he told the class). He was very animated, and happy to have everyone paying attention to him.
At the end, there were lots of questions, and comments. His classmates were quick to point out that his was the best presentation, because they could HEAR him! My goodness, isn’t he just the cutest?My Moment? SO many times people remark how like Andrew my older son is, and how much like me Logan is – oh my goodness, this is so true!
alamodestuff Linda has started a weekly meetup based on taking a moment each week to really notice something as you go about your daily grind life. I need to do this. You may want to too – read more about it here:
Look at him? He looks totally at ease. You’ve been a great example for him. Love his lederhosen. Really every family should have a pair.
Oh my gosh is he ever darling! How wonderful for both of you that his presentation went so well.
Looks like he had an awesome presentation. I love the lederhosen, very creative.
I just love action shots like this where you can really sense the mannerisms of the person! So cute. I can tell his presentation was quite engaging.
Oh, that’s great! You should be so proud! It’s neat when we see ourselves in our kids –especially when it’s our good traits 😉
He is cute and looks like such a natural in the classroom.
Yay Logan – congratulations!
So cute. I love the lederhosen.