Thursday, March 17

School yard romance



Yes, I know it's a bit early but I just have to share this with you.   It all started almost a week ago.  He let her get in front of him in the lines.  He thought he was sweet so gave him a kiss on the cheek.

That's all it took my friends.  

That night he went home and declared Laura was his girlfriend.  He asked his Mum to invite her over and drew pictures of them both with hearts and flowers.

Laura was oblivious but was very excited to see him on Monday.   Even more excited on Tuesday when it came time for the playdate.  Tuesday afternoon they walked out of school hand-in-hand.  Other kids pointed and giggled.  They did not care.

Laura returned home with a big smile and a token of Z's affection - a kite he made her from paper and masking tape.  She won't let us touch it - it's HERS.   

A few hours later, a picture comes up on my facebook wall - it's a photo of Z who is missing Laura so has made a life-size replica, in paper.   How ADORABLE is that?

It's all so sweet and innocent.  Two little people who are special friends. Awww.  Melts my heart!

Did you have a school yard romance or have your kids?

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4 lovely comments:

Kirsty S said... [Reply to this amazing comment]

That's so cute! One of the boys in B's class (Prep as well) is a tad infatuated with her, apparently. All they hear at home is her name... and he insisted that his mother go into work late one morning so she could do the school run (his grandmother does it, she lives with them) so she could meet B. I don't think he's progressed to building life sized replicas of her... although he's certainly collected enough of her hair ribbons to make a good start.

Queen Belicious on March 17, 2011 at 8:08 AM said... [Reply to this amazing comment]

I got married almost every day of preschool to my best friend Josh. We were pretty much inseparable and the preschool teachers recommended that to the primary school that we weren't put in the same class.. We were until grade 4 when he moved schools, but the romance had died off then and we'd moved on with our lives.

Lucy on March 17, 2011 at 8:11 AM said... [Reply to this amazing comment]

When I see you tomorrow ask me to tell you about Olivia and Zac. Adorable.

Amie on March 17, 2011 at 12:03 PM said... [Reply to this amazing comment]

that is seriously the cutest thing ever. no romances here yet but maybe next year when Noah starts prep.


 

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