This has to be QUICK: I have 10 minutes before my mother-in-law is UP IN MY GRILL.
ONE! Because it was the LEAST important thing on my To Blog list, I have written another disclosure post. Oh hai. I can haz prioritiez?
TWO! William's best friend is a girl. He saw some inexpensive charms at Hallmark where you can click the two halves of a heart together, and he found his own name AND his friend's name on heart halves (it's lucky his best friend is a girl, because only girl-boy halves fit together), and he wanted SO BADLY to get them each a necklace with both names on it, so I allowed it.
Now I'm feeling a little awk. Should he be giving jewelry to a friend in third grade? Will her parents think that's weird? So what I'm asking you is: should I have asked the mom first, or should I have sent a note to her about it the day William gave his friend the present? Does it change things if he brought the necklace in today and I neither asked first nor sent a note?
Gift ideas for an 8-year-old, part 2 of 2 - Last week I talked about the gifts we were getting/considering for Edward, who is turning 8 next month. This week it’s Elizabeth’s turn: not “girl gifts,” ...