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What do you think of these words for my daughters teacher ??

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mummyloveslucy Tue 08-Jul-08 18:23:18

Hi, I just wondered what you think of these words to put in a card from my daughter to her teacher.
She is moving up a class next term and will be leaving her first nursery class. The teacher is absoluitly fantastic and my daughter really loves her so it will be very sad. I have made a card with a photo of my daughter cuddeling her teacher, decorated with flowers. What do you think of these words for inside?

Dear Mrs ...
Thank you so much for giving me such a wonderful start to my school life. You've held my hand, dried my tears and made my very first memories of school ones of happiness and laughter.
I am really going to miss you but will always remember the fun we've had in little ladies.
I am very privileged to have had you as my teacher and I hope I'll go on to make you proud.
With lots of love and thanks from .....

Please be honest if you don't like it or would change it a bit. Also feel free to correct spellings.blush Thanks.

cazzybabs Tue 08-Jul-08 18:23:59

she'll cry

TheFallenMadonna Tue 08-Jul-08 18:24:50

smile

Twiglett Tue 08-Jul-08 18:25:19

don't write it from your daughter, write it from you ..

writing from the child is a bit pukey

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:25:26

little ladies ? is that the class name ?

cocolepew Tue 08-Jul-08 18:25:50

'in little ladies'? Sounds like the toilets, explain please.

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:26:23

agree with twiglett btw - write it from you not dd - she can sign it of course

tortoiseSHELL Tue 08-Jul-08 18:26:32

Agree with Twiglett - the teacher will appreciate the sentiment much more from you, and will appreciate your child's own words more than putting words in her mouth!

LIZS Tue 08-Jul-08 18:26:33

Bit ott imho especially since it is your words not your dd's.

Pinions Tue 08-Jul-08 18:27:00

Bit too mushy for me, each to their own.

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:27:13

please tell me the class isn't called little ladies

objectivity Tue 08-Jul-08 18:27:19

I think it is a little vomitagious but the sentiment is great. It gets a little poetic, but then I am a dry old hag.

mummyloveslucy Tue 08-Jul-08 18:29:18

Lol grin No it's not the toilets, it's the name for the first class of the nursery. It's a girls school. You have little ladies when they are 2, nursery then transition. I've never thought of my daughters class as a toilet before. That is soo funny!.

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:30:35

shock

RubyRioja Tue 08-Jul-08 18:32:05

I think any teacher who teaches in a school with a class called little ladies will appreciate the sentiment.

I do think it is nice to stop and thank a teacher properly.

Twiglett Tue 08-Jul-08 18:32:10

they call 2 year olds 'little ladies'

<projectile vomits>

mummyloveslucy Tue 08-Jul-08 18:34:42

I am quite poetic really. I think her teacher will like it. (I hope)

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:34:49

yes, it is really nice to thank the teacher - but I'm still amazed at Little Ladies (sorry mummyloveslucy - am not poking fun)

mummyloveslucy Tue 08-Jul-08 18:36:41

What's wrong with Little Ladies? I think it's sweet.

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:37:18

It's terrible !

LIZS Tue 08-Jul-08 18:37:55

It's pretentious and twee. Most schools use animals, colours etc

mummyloveslucy Tue 08-Jul-08 18:38:17

Oh Twiglett, you don't mean that!!grin

MaryAnnSingleton Tue 08-Jul-08 18:38:53

is this a joke ?

TheFallenMadonna Tue 08-Jul-08 18:40:00

Is it just nicknamed that <grasps at straws>?

mummyloveslucy Tue 08-Jul-08 18:40:49

Well,I'd rather her be a little lady than a pig or a cow!

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