This past week has been spirit week at Sugar Creek Elementary. The first day was "Crazy Hair Day" and we had so much fun with it. I really love Tanner's surfer hair. He loved it too.
Bailey's hair was pretty wacky too. She loved how she looked.
Love these two!
The next day was "Athletic day" and the kids wore athletic clothing.
Then Wednesday was "Wacky Day". Bailey wanted to go all out- Wacky clothes, wacky hair and wacky attitude. We did our best. I personally loved her donut hair. She did too and told me she got lots of comments on it. Her teacher loved her donut.
Unfortunately, Tanner didn't want to dress up for wacky day because some kids had made fun of his hair on "Crazy hair day" so he didn't want to do anything else too weird. He was afraid of being made fun of again. I hate how mean kids can be. I tried to tell him that those kids were just jealous because they didn't have cool hair for "crazy hair day", but he still didn't want to do anything for "wacky day"
Thursday was "School Spirit Day" and the kids wore their Sugar Creek shirts. Bailey also got to bring her teddy bear to school for reading time.
Then the last day of kindness week also happened to coincide with the 100th day of school. So it was "Pajama Day" but it was also wear your "100th day of School" shirt.
So Bailey wore a shirt with 100 little hearts on it and some pajama bottoms. She loved the way she looked. She's so funny!
Tanner did wear a "100th day of School" shirt for Friday. And he wore pajama bottoms. It was the best of both worlds. His shirt had a 100 piece puzzle on it - one piece for each day of school.
These two loved their shirts. Which good because I was up until the wee hours of the morning making them!
Also on Friday, both Tanner and Bailey were recognized as "Person of the Week" in their respective classes. So Chris and I went to their morning assembly to watch them get their "person of the week" certificates. It was so fun. Bailey loved that we were there and couldn't stop looking at us and grinning. So cute!
Tanner was pretty happy when he found us in the audience too!
When they called Bailey's name, she got all shy and wouldn't smile. Eventually after the attention was off her, she smiled for me. But it's not often that we see a shy side of Bailey, it was so funny.
When the principal called Tanner's name, he stood up proudly and smiled so big!
It was the perfect ending to "kindness week" and I'm so proud of my kids for working hard to be kind to others and being a good friend to those around them.