Dear Madeline's Music Teacher,
You are a brave soul with so much patience! The Christmas concert was beautiful last night. We did not stay for the entire thing because I do not have as much patience as is necessary to listen to over 200 kids under the age of 12 sing Christmas music for more than 1 hour. But the preschool class was adorable in the beginning. Thank you for your time, patience, and skills to work with these children!
-a greatful parent
Dear preschool teacher,
I know my daughter. And I know while there are times she won't do certain things, it isn't becuase she can't. She is just stubborn. Between her father and I there was no way she would not be stubborn. But when you write me notes, please use the word wouldn't instead of couldn't. By telling my my daughter couldn't write circles and lines (when she has MANY times in the past) I begin to wonder if you know my daughter. I know there is a very good chance she wouldn't write them when asked because she didn't want to, and maybe she said she couldn't. But you have seen her papers over the past few months and you should know what she can and cannot do.
Maybe it was just a poor choice of words and I am being over-analytic about it, but in the future could you choose your words more carefully? Thank you!
-a concerned parent
You did a GREAT job behaving at the mall yesterday! I was able to get my shopping done without spending time chasing you all over the place. I am so proud of you!
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