But I did remember the camera for Jamison's tea party.
I will admit that I was terrified of this tea party. Jamie's teacher, Michelle, encourages the kids to bring their parent a cup of hot tea. Jamison is not the "hot-tea-carrying kind". He's the spill-everything-I-carry type.
Here is our table. The parents sit, the kids are supposed to sit on the parents lap. So this table hosted four adults and four children. It was tight.
Jamison had no idea what was going on and wasn't sure about the whole deal. Why was mama so dressed up yet not going to church?
He successfully brought my tea to the table and Michelle was smart enough to only fill it 1/3 full. I was going to wear a smock to be prepared but it would not have followed the dress code of "dressy". Jamie did enjoy dunking my teabag into the water but the small amount of water with the intense dunking led to a mighty strong cuppa.
Jamison was stunned by this performance. He was completely stunned by this activity. I wish I could draw an arrow for the next three pictures because you can see where his teacher placed him and then how he slowly made his way to be in front of me.
At this point he is behind the two girls at the left. All you can see are his eyes and top of his head.
He succeeded! He was now in front of me and able to pay attention to the last measure of the song.
Afterwards he showed me some of his favorite works. This was a pouring work that he was concentrating heavily on. You could almost hear him repeating over and over "must spoon popcorn kernels into bowl."