When I picked Noah up from school yesterday, he had a construction paper turkey hat wrapped around his head along with all of the other kids who were filing out the door.
"Cool hat, buddy! I love it!"
"Eh...", he says as he pulls it off as he climbs into the car.
Then he unzips his backpack to show me the construction paper headdress he made - "I earned SEVEN feathers!" he announces proudly as he puts the hat on. (We had been practicing his address, phone number, along with a list of other things he could do to earn feathers at school.)
"Wow! That is awesome, Noah! That's a lot of feathers! I'll take a picture of you with your hat on when we get home."
"NO WAY!" he says emphatically.
"But buddy, your hat is so cool!"
"Uh-uh," he says again.
"Aw, come on...for Mommy? You look so cute."
"No way," he says again.
I even resorted to fake crying thinking that he would think it was funny and cave in.
So, alas, I have no cute Kindergarten Thanksgiving hat picture to share.
My boy is his father's son - that is for sure.
*Need a last minute Thanksgiving treat? Click on over to Teach It Simple for one of our family favorites - chocolate-covered marshmallow pilgrim hats!
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