Very proud of his belt.
Loved this idea of tracking how his self-portrait has evolved over the year. Apparently they actually use it to gauge his development, so a big
WHEW that he no longer has concentric circle heads. His one head does have an airplane landing on it, but I'm okay with that.
Checking out his other art and hanging out in the hall with his teacher Mrs. Dobbs.
We finished up down in the fellowship hall with cookies and brownies and a jam session on the piano.
And a long night finished off in a noisy, crowded room where Owen is fed too much sugar is only going to end one way.
But it was a wonderful night, and I am beyond grateful to everyone at Oakmont who is helping Owen to grow and learn, allowing him to make mistakes, be his quirky self, know his boundaries and still feel he is loved.