“Now, when it’s Natalie’s birthday, I can bring cupcakes right?” I asked her teacher. This was a serious question. I believe all kids should have cupcakes—or cake—on their birthday. And not healthy cake either. I don’t want zucchini or other stuff in my birthday cake. I want real, honest-to-goodness, cake.
Natalie’s teacher smiled. “You can bring cupcakes in.”
I was worried because I keep hearing about all these schools that are banning cupcakes and cake. I think those schools are slightly evil. Who wants carrots on their birthday? Or apple slices? One cupcake won’t hurt anyone. Unless they’re allergic. Then it might.
Oh, and yes, Natalie got into PreK. I let out a sigh of relief when the teacher called and told me this. Before she was on a waiting list and they found her a spot in another school.
I’m not sure if Tommy’s school allows cupcakes.
I’ll find out tonight at his Open House.
Does YOUR child’s school allow sweets?