My precious boy. We have been in school for a week and a half now. Already, the past week and a half have been better than the past 2 years of school. :) We struggled in 2nd and 3rd grade with teachers that just didn't know how to handle Luke. He has lived the past 2 years of school feeling defeated. And so have we. He doesn't fit "in the box." He is an active, energetic, curious, smart, loving handful. :)
We have taken some proactive measures this year to ensure that he is going to have a good year and not be punished for who he is. And he was blessed with a GREAT teacher! Someone who gets him and is thinking outside the box for ways to help him succeed in school. He's always been a straight A or A/B student, but last year he got a couple of C's so we knew that we had to do something this year to nip it in the bud.
Here's a little insight into how his mind works...
That is a math assignment in which he was supposed to come up with 10 "rounding up or down" math equations. He sat at the kitchen table doing it while I was washing dishes. Every time he did a problem, he would look up and say something to me. When he looked back down, he wrote the next equation. They are all over the place! No rhyme or reason to the placement on the page. No order. A little bit of chaos. But done, and done well.
God gave me that math assignment to understand my sweet, sweet boy just a little more. His brain goes at lightning speed. It's hard for him to process it all and contain it. He's a little bit all over the place kinda like that math assignment.
He is an amazing boy. He is funny, loving, caring, sensitive, and loves the Lord. I am so proud of him and pray that Lance and I can raise him into the man God wants him to be
I'm Lance's wife. Luke, Sara, Hope, Emma, and a precious boy in Haiti's momma. I am humbled by the life God has blessed me with. I identify with King David in 2 Samuel 7:18 when he said, "Who am I, and what is my house, that You have brought me this far?"
I love my family, I love my Lord, I love to camp, I love to spend time on our farm, and I love Disney World!
Welcome to the everyday craziness that I write down on the Faddis Family Funpage to remember these times in our life. :)