We had Parent Teacher Conferences last night and I am so SUPER DUPER PROUD of our Beans and Razz. All glowing praises from their respective teachers! Razz is pretty much done with the Kinder curriculum (after the first quarter) and her teacher now has to challenge her for the rest of the year. Beans is excelling all around as well. It was SO hard for me to contain my smile.
I wonder though, is it wrong to gloat? That paragraph up there was going to be my FB status. Then, I thought, is that ok? Is that frowned upon? Is it too show-offy?
My FB friends are people I know in real life with the exception of 2 bloggers, but I’ve “known” them via blogs since I was pregnant with Beans (who will be 8 on Sunday!!!!). Now, we are FB posters, I mean, my hubby and I post a lot – photos and status updates. Mostly because our family is on there and our immediate family is in NJ and TX and cousins all around the US and in the Philippines. It’s a way for us to all keep up with each other without having to do mass emails all the time like before. Now, we also have friends from grammar school and high school that we may not have kept in touch with if it weren’t for FB. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad we all found each other and reconnected, but you know, there are some that we’re just not tight with that are we are friends with. Who knows, they’re probably sick of us and hid us from their timelines, but anyway, I digress.
Is it in bad taste for me / us to post how proud we are of our children? I was wondering, maybe someone’s child is having a hard time and they may take our post in a negative way.
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