We are about 4 weeks into school and let me tell you – Happy Buddy is SO. HAPPY.
I believe that this is majority in part to his beautiful and precious teacher, Mrs. Bennett.
Well, Mrs. Bennett had a birthday last week, so we decided it was imperative to celebrate.
Then I emailed Mrs. Bennett the day before and told her to not pack a lunch on her birthday. We would be providing that.
Because who wants to make your own lunch on your birthday?!
I put together a few of my special Super Easy, Super Glamorous Sandwiches. We included a bag of healthy veggie chips, a yummy strawberry yogurt, a sparkling water, a chocolate Larabar, and a Happy Birthday-themed paper plate and napkin.
We taped little encouraging notes to all of the items.
When I visited Mrs. Bennett’s room to have Happy Buddy give her the goodies, I saw this amazingness that Mrs. Bennett’s sweet teacher’s assistant, Karen, made for the birthday girl.
The whole class also worked on each making a special birthday card for Mrs. Bennett, as well as another parent came in later that afternoon with cupcakes for everyone and a big balloon.
I tell you. Teachers who make your kids happy to go to school deserve all this fuss.
Do you celebrate your child’s teacher’s birthday?
– Julie 🙂