Remember Miss Crabtree?


Remember Miss Crabtree from the Little Rascals?  She was the best.  and I have to really give a huge huge thank you to the teachers at the boys school.  With everything that has been going on, I am so much more in awe of the teachers.  Sammy’s teacher is the best.  She is so AWESOME and has been the best allie (ally??) through this whole situation.  The playground coaches have been amazing as well.  Also, the teacher of the 3rd grader who is involved has sought me out even called me to tell me how she was feeling and that she is available for any help.  It is so wonderful to realize how much they all love the kids and want only the best for them.

I have to say with a few days between me and the incident, I am in a much better place.  Sam is doing great.  No more nightmares, and he is not afraid to go to school- nor play on the playground.  Steps have been taken so that this will not happen again.  And while we still have a few kinks to work out with the administration, we feel great about how the school is handling things.  So kudos to teachers, who, like Miss Crabtree, love their students.   Moonie moonie and tootsie tootsie. *for Amy and Meg.


3 thoughts on “Remember Miss Crabtree?

  1. Oh it’s Saturdee, Oh it’s Saturdee… a hey nonnee nonnee and a ha cha cha.
    Keep your eye on the birdie dear
    Just call me… Cubbsy Ubbsy

  2. I am SO GLAD to hear that Sammy is doing just fine, and you, too. Good, good, good. It’s ally.
    Don’t call me Chubby, call me Norman Orman.

  3. I’m so glad that you and Sammy are doing well – I was really upset for you! And I wasn’t sure how to help – I was on the verge of sending Sammy a stuffed animal (just what every young boy loves, a pink stuffed unicorn) or something like that in an awkward and unwieldy attempt at making things all better. If I could have, I would have flown down and made you both cream of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches – the ultimate in comfort food.
    On the other hand – I’m not surprised that he’s doing just fine. Providing a loving, supportive home and family is one of the key elements in raising resilient children.

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