I am so blessed to have my girls enrolled in a wonderful preschool/daycare. Munch’s teacher is Miss K. This teacher is an angel. She is incredibly creative; her bulletin boards are a work of art. Miss K is preparing the children for kindergarten, but she is also imparting life lessons. Munch adores Miss K.
Miss K made my morning the other day just before Christmas break. She pulled me aside to show me something that Munch had made. Miss K remarked that Munch was innovative. Munch can see something and recreate it. She has a wonderful gift, and Miss K’s comment showed me what a thoughtful teacher she is.
Munch received the coolest gift from her great-aunt this Christmas. She received a book that shows her how to draw animals. I posted the pictures that Munch drew on Facebook, and her lovely teacher was one of the first people to like her drawings. I feel so blessed to have such a kind and caring professional like Miss K to help guide my sweet Munch.
I learned all about the curriculum for this school year just before the school year started in a meeting with Miss K. At that point I confided in Miss K that I had suffered from postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety after I had Skeeter. I advised Miss K that Munch had experienced some emotional trauma. Munch saw me not coping very well. I shouted a lot, and I cried a lot. I advised Miss K that Munch and I together were learning new coping skills on managing our emotions. Miss K offered me nothing but support and praise for helping instill coping mechanisms for my sensitive Munch. I pray that we find as wonderful and as caring of a kindergarten teacher for Munch. We will not forget Miss K. She is truly one of a kind.