Last night you performed at the spring program for your preschool. You performed wonderfully! After the second of three songs you politely interrupted your teacher saying you needed to use the bathroom. She told you to go and even waited for your return before starting the final song to perform.
I am so impressed with you! It takes so much courage to stand up in front of a crowd of strangers and make your voice known. Well done! That’s honestly not something I’m good at. But I’m learning from you.
I can’t believe soon preschool will be over. I feel a bit anxious as you near kindergarten. It was hard enough to trust someone with you three days a week for preschool. But sending you away five days a week makes me feel even more nervous.
However, seeing you use your voice and make your needs known helps me feel calmer. I trust you. I just still have a difficult time trusting others. The world can feel scary, even to me. But I trust God as well. I will do everything I can to protect you and keep you safe. And I will also pray to God to keep you from harm.
God, please protect my boy. Keep him from harm. Let him know he is loved, and give him a whole heart after you. I trust you with him.