Last night was great. My boy was asked to be one of the kids who recited a Bible verse on camera. This is his little clip that was shown during the program. He was a baboon. Ha! He was terribly cute. He told me he didn't want me or Bibby to look at him as a baboon though.
Here he is walking across the stage. He walked slowly and with a huge smile on his face. The people up close were laughing a bit because he was so darling.
Here he is with his sweet teacher.
The kids were presented with Bibles by the school director.
He clutched it in his arms like it was the greatest gift ever. I pray that when he is 18 and wearing an adult-sized cap and gown, he will know that the Word of God is the greatest gift ever.
Between this and the real thing he will become a man. What a thought.
These two are best friends.
We celebrated afterward with frozen yogurt. Some teenage girls wanted to take a picture with my mom because they had just finished Breaking Free. Jackson was like, "Why they wanna take a picture of you, Bibby?" It was so hilarious. He has never had a clue who his Bibby is, except that she is his grandma. My mom's face was priceless, but she didn't miss a beat. She said, "Because they heard I'm the grandma of a preschool graduate!" He loved it. My mom is so great with my kids.
Happy mini graduation day, Jackson! Mommy and Daddy are so proud of you, buddy!