Monday, September 29, 2008

Ok, I have thought things through some more...

I am not going to be asked to be released from my calling (sorry Becky, I didn't mean to scare you). I think I might sit in with him a little bit in Primary. I am also going to start inviting some of the little boys to come over and play. Maybe he will get excited about Primary. I am also going to talk to his teacher some more. And of course, really talk to Andrew a lot. Get him excited about primary and his friends. He is grounded from his computer games and the TV for 2 days and he is really having a rough time. So maybe it is kicking in this time. He also had to sweep off the back porch for me. I am not going to tell you what he did (some of you already know). I have just been shocked over the whole thing. Like I said before, he is a good kid, so I just don't understand why he is acting out in primary.

4 comments:

Quinn and Michelle Ashton said...

So sorry, I just laugh because I have been in similar situations. I just have to say this is only the begining. :( My son has embarassed me plenty in the last few months.

You are a great mom and are teaching him well. ALL Kids do stupid things. Give the cute little guy a hug for me. :)

Shellee said...

I thought this was interesting! We have been dealing with our 10 year old in primary for years and they put me in about 6 months ago as the pianist. I have thought about asking to be released because my son acts up more because I am IN primary. Some of it is because he wants for me to come in and sit by him. Your problem was backwards from ours. Isn't it interesting how our trials can be the same and yet so completely different?

Taylor Family said...

Whew! :) Glad you're back on board! I didn't want to lose you!

Steven & Jodi said...

Hang in there! I've battled the whole Primary issue with Dallin. It will get better. :)