This morning I received this letter in my email from another mom at his school. He's friend's with her daughter, Anne, and I've talked to her occasionally because we usually volunteer at a few events together throughout the school year.
Just a quick note to brag about your son. He is the nicest most polite boy at (our school) and that's the truth!!! (Of course the competition is no where near him.)
Last night when we arrived at the History Show he came right up to my husband and I (Anne wasn't with us) and said hello. He had never met my hubby so I introduced them, he shook our hands, looked us right in the eyes and was attentive to us only. Later we went to his table he walked us through his wonderful website (my hubby is a baseball nut too) very politely and professionally. As we were leaving he said it was nice meeting my husband. My husband was amazed that there are still boys like him.
I can't say enough about how great he is. I wish you'd tutor children in social etiquette. We'd sent Anne in a heartbeat.
Have a nice weekend.
How sweet, right?
My sweet, sweet Nash-I am so proud of who you are. I'm proud that you got straight A's last quarter and that you do it all by yourself. I never have to nag you to do homework. You make it all seem so effortless. You really are the sweetest and most polite boy. I certainly don't need a note like this to remind me how wonderful you are, but it is nice that other people see it too. You have always amazed the people around you by your sharp mind, big heart, and mature attitude. I am grateful for everyday I have with you. I love you and thank you for being you. Don't ever change for anyone. I'd love to take all the credit here, but if anyone deserves it, it's you.