Today I had to pick Liam up at school. He’s been taking a Lego class after school on Thursdays so instead of taking the bus home, I pick him up at 4:30.
Jamie and I got there a bit early and hung out waiting for class to be done. When it was over, Liam approached us with his backpack on and no coat. I asked him if he had everything (he said yes), I said “where’s your coat?” and he answered with a giant sigh and “I forgot it.”
Since we hadn’t left yet we strolled down to his classroom to pick up his coat before we headed home. As we approached the door to the classroom I stopped dead in the hall when I spotted this:
“My name is Leah and I like Liam.”
Of course I whipped out my phone and took a quick picture. Liam had completely ignored my little detour and gone into his classroom to find his coat.
Now, there was one of these little declarations for each of the students. Some of them said that the kid like video games or Barbie. So, the next thing I did was start looking for Liam’s.
Guess what I found when I did?
“My name is Liam and I like Leah.”
Not Star Wars. Not Legos. Not Tae Kwon-Do. Leah.
Well, well, well.
Liam informs me that they had to choose something to like that began with the first letter of their first name. Still, you’d think that Liam would automatically think of Legos.
It begins so much earlier than I thought.