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Proud Mommy Moments: Good Boys

by Kmama on August 9, 2012 · 10 comments

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It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another Proud Mommy Moments!

For more info on what PMM is all about, see this post.

Please make sure that if you’re linking up, you’re actually linking a Proud or Not-So-Proud Mommy moment (using the permalink. Not sure what a permalink is? Just ask me). Links not related to PMM will be deleted and deleting links makes me feel bad. Please don’t make me feel bad.

Buddy started 2nd grade last week. So far, he’s really enjoying it, and there hasn’t been any issues. Phew.

Last year, I posted about how Buddy wanted to join the school district’s LINKS program. LINKS is a peer-to-peer support program where one student volunteer supports a student with Autism Spectrum Disorder or another disability, all under adult supervision.

We weren’t sure if the program was the best choice for Buddy. I knew that the program would be good for Buddy, in teaching him understanding and respect for people with differences, but I worried that he wouldn’t fulfill his duties once he realized what the program entailed (it was a brand new program). After talking with his teacher, we decided not to sign him up.

At the end of the year, he told me that he really wanted to do the LINKS program the next year. I told him we would talk about it when the time came. The time came. Yesterday, the sign-up/permission slip came home. After talking with Buddy, he is still very adamant that he wants to participate as a volunteer support student. I’m really proud of him for wanting to take part in such an important and beneficial program!

I can’t forget Buster. AS I’ve mentioned before, Buster’s birthday is December 12. In Michigan, the cut off for starting school is December 1st, so that meant that we didn’t even have a choice of whether or not to send him this year.

As the beginning of the school year got closer, I could tell Buster was feeling left out…as all of his friends were starting school this year. I mentioned this to his Pre-K teacher and daycare and she said that it’s really such a shame, because he’s definitely ready. She even said that he’s more ready than a lot of the kids that are going to daycare. While it makes me sad to think that he has to wait one more year to start, I am so proud of him. He’s doing so well, and is just so smart and mature.

Okay! Now it’s your turn. Type out your Proud, or maybe not-so-Proud Mommy Moment and link it up! Don’t forget to check out Emmy’s Proud Mommy Moment as well! One last thing, PMM isn’t just for mom’s…anyone can link up!

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1 Angel August 9, 2012 at 7:23 am

Ugh age cutoffs can be a pain. Here it is September birthdays, which means my youngest got started later than my older 2.


2 Angel August 9, 2012 at 7:24 am

Crud hit the wrong button. I was gonna say that Buddy learned his empathy from home. Be proud that at such a young age he has learned that trait, so many kids now a days don’t even have a clue what the word is let alone how to be empathetic and compassionate.


3 Emmy August 9, 2012 at 11:39 am

Yea!! I bet Buddy will do wonderfully as a volunteer and what a great opportunity to learn how to interact with and respect those that are different and sometimes need extra help and kindness.
It is so hard when they miss the deadlines-ours use to be December 1st here but they bumping them up one month every year until they hit September 1st-which most states seem to be now. Buster will be so ready and do so awesome when he can start.


4 Maggie S. August 9, 2012 at 12:44 pm

Sounds like two guys who’ll be leaders among their peers. I’m telling you it goes by in a flash. Soak those moments in.


5 Staci August 9, 2012 at 1:15 pm

I am so frustrated about cut off dates as well. Lucy is more than ready to start Kindergarten this year and the school district where I teach (NOT the one she is zoned for) was at least willing to test her. Found out that although her IQ is in the 86th percentile, they weren’t going to recommend waiving the age requirement because she wasn’t in the 98th percentile! As a first grade teacher I have students coming to me in less than 2 weeks who finished Kindergarten in June no where near where Lucy is right now. Our cut off date is September 1, her birthday is September 16th. The kicker is, if we lived in NC instead of SC then it wouldn’t be an issue since the cutoff date there is October 15th. They need to have a nationwide cutoff date!


6 Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell August 9, 2012 at 7:54 pm

He will probably just excel like crazy when he finally gets to go then! I hope he won’t be bored though.


7 sara@domesticallychallenged August 9, 2012 at 8:16 pm

Oh, good for him! And I think sending them when they are older is a good thing. They already grow up so fast, right? Why rush ‘em!?


8 Jackie August 9, 2012 at 9:18 pm

I hate the age cut off! My oldest has a December birthday and I pushed to get in her into school instead of waiting another year and I am glad that I did! Even with the early start she is WAY ahead and could actually graduate early if she wanted.


9 Stefanie August 15, 2012 at 10:18 pm

You have some awesome boys!
Buster is going to kick some butt in Kindergarten!


10 Nicole Q August 16, 2012 at 12:18 pm

so stupid. there should be exceptions made.


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