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    My 3rd grader had to write in his writing journal today and I read it while I was waiting for my oldest to get out of football practice at the middle school. It said

    "There's a pet I want back, her name is Reyna. We had to put her down because she was 14 years old and in a lot of pain"
    Just 6 months ago he was missing school because he couldn't stop crying after we lost her. Poor baby

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    Awwww, that hurts a mom's heart . Bless his heart.
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    What a sweet boy. I know it's heartbreaking, but congrats for raising such a sweet, sensitive kid.
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    Wow! That is intense.... Are you supposed to read his journal? just curious.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J.R.&JNE View Post
    Wow! That is intense.... Are you supposed to read his journal? just curious.
    LOL! The ones they write as part of a school writing project, why not? You need to make sure they are not telling the teacher about the meth lab in the woods! (Just kidding!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.R.&JNE View Post
    Wow! That is intense.... Are you supposed to read his journal? just curious.
    LOL! The ones they write as part of a school writing project, why not?
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    Yeah, we're allowed to read them and they always come home. He actually shows most of the things to me himself, but today I had dropped him off with my friend for a play date so he didn't have a chance to show me today's writing. Thankfully the other things on the paper were funny and light heart-ed. On Monday he will be able to write how his daddy came home from his deployment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destinfam5 View Post
    Yeah, we're allowed to read them and they always come home. He actually shows most of the things to me himself, but today I had dropped him off with my friend for a play date so he didn't have a chance to show me today's writing. Thankfully the other things on the paper were funny and light heart-ed. On Monday he will be able to write how his daddy came home from his deployment
    That is really cool that you are so close to your son. It shows that he feels comfortable talking to you about things that matter. Thank you to you and your husband for your service to our country!


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    How wonderful to have his Dad home! Your son may have learned the loss of a loved pet, but he has also learned how rewarding pet ownership can be. He sounds like a great kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammyhuffman View Post
    LOL! The ones they write as part of a school writing project, why not? You need to make sure they are not telling the teacher about the meth lab in the woods! (Just kidding!)
    ha ha... Well, I am not a teacher and I don't have kids, so I wasn't sure what the protocol was for these types of things.


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