As promised here is Adi’s costume for mismatch day. I can’t believe we really did this looking at the costume now just after two days.. At her summer camp they visit nearby public library every Wednesday and this Wednesday being mismatch day the bravo kids marched to the library in mismatch costume. I asked Adi “how did you guys do this? didn’t people on the streets
look stare at you guys? She cooly said “it was okay. just that few people were laughing at us as we looked so silly and funny” !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
and this is the white t-shirt the kids designed self to wear for the talent show
I asked her so pappa who won the talent show?
Her response was (No editing – not even a single word)
“What do you mean who won? Each kid had their own talent and everyone did the best they could so it wouldn’t be fair if one kid gets to win. We all won in our own talents)… I was amazed at the way the teacher handled this…
I would dress up like her and walk all around every day – and I am so glad she knows other people’s opinions and laughter do not matter as long as you are happy
really? I doubt if I can do tht.. 🙂
What I like best about the entire costume is the hair-do (if I may call it so!). A pony-tail on one side and leaving the hair loose on the other was a brilliant idea. Don’t quite know if I would have thought about it! 😦
And Adi’s attitude on winning was too good. That’s the spirit. Way to go, Adi!
thanks S&S.. you know we went crazy that morning and it was like whatever you do on one side do the opposite on other side 🙂
Awesome response! I like the white tee and quite like the mismatched one too 😛
And she is such a confident young woman. Luv her 🙂 Hugs!
welcome back Swaru.. she needs all your love.. 🙂
WOW. I am amazed at the level of clarity and maturity in her words. Super cool! 🙂
I think at this age it is still an influence from others.. It depends on how her teacher and fellow people handle it… Though it was a happy moment to hear those words from her I don’t still believe this maturity is from her inner self 🙂
the teachers play a vital role in making of the children’s understanding 🙂
I’m glad Adi’s teacher is great at handling things 🙂
yeah her teacher is awesome.. that’s a big relief for me..