Hi, my name is Chad... haha My son Noah is 10, going into the 5th grade next year. I'm not exactly sure how. He was failing math in the 3rd quarter, then made A/B honor roll after I got on his butt. He had never been resitrcted before in his life. lol He is as skinny as they come, with semi long, blonde hair, he thinks he's a little rockstar because I was a singer for a metal band in college. His favorite band is Kiss. I don't know where he got that, I love Kiss but never played them much. Maybe it's the makeup. His mom let him start watch horror films @ age 3. His first was Chucky. Seriously, my child falls asleep on horror films. Not saying I agree with it, blame his mother :P He also loves Football. He weighed in at 63 pounds last year and the coach made him an offensive lineman. I'll put a stop to that this year...he's the fastest kid in his school. I don't care if he is good at offensive line, he'll be better as tight end, wide reciever, running back, or even a safety on defense... anything that involves speed. He came in 2nd in a 2 mile fun run in the 3rd grade. The race had up to 6th graders in it. Here's the scenario... who's that long haired white boy running with those black boys. No white boys can keep up with him. lol He doesn't know any difference, his best friend since birth is mixed. It was a fun day when I ran him down on the football field and showed the other parents where he got his speed :)
The school calls me weekly. I know the redirection lady likes she's his Aunt. Actually, he gets in trouble so much, I know the whole school staff by name and they know me. Luckily my son is charming and always says he's sorry. I act appropriately so the school thinks I'm a good father, hehe. My son has started cursing lately and I am not happy with that @ 10. I have discouraged it, but his buddies at school curse. I've even tried to watch my mouth around him. I know how quickly a cute little kid can go to a rotten, foul mouth kid. I don't want that for him. Any advice?
I could go on, I like to write, but now it's time for someone else to tell us about their kid or kids. Thanks for reading.