Baby A came home a few weeks ago with a paper to let us know that her art teacher had selected a piece of her artwork to display at a pop-up gallery at a local ad agency. The teacher could only select four pieces from the entire school...and our A was among them! What a great honor!
Baby A was super excited, counting down the days until the "gallery opening" and reception. (Baby B was tolerant of A's excitement...but she didn't quite share the same level of glee.)
The big day finally arrived. I left work a few minutes early, and we made our way downtown to the agency. There were quite a few people there (as each school in our district -- elementary, middle, and high school -- was represented). A's art teacher was standing close to the door and intercepted us before we walked in. She told A, there's a BIG surprise for you.
And a BIG surprise, it was! We were floored to see that A's artwork had been enlarged to cover the wall inside the entrance!!!
I'm not sure that A knew what to think. She was very focused on *how* they enlarged her art. What was it made of? How did it stick to the wall? Would it come down?
She eventually warmed up to the idea and posed for pictures.
We enjoyed seeing all the art on display, and we spent plenty of time admiring the Baby A Wall.
When we left, we planned to eat somewhere downtown to celebrate our fun family evening. Baby B had one suggestion, and A had another. Then Baby B, of her own accord, popped out with, "Sissy, it's your special day. You choose."
That was a brilliant display of another kind.