t is for turkey

more specifically, turkey rob.


thanks to a daddy’s vision and ability, he turned my vague description of a “stump turkey” into this:


we named him turkey rob.  each child colored turkey leaves, attached them to dowels and stuck them in one of the holes on turkey rob’s back.



it only takes a grown up friend one time in the classroom to be considered a teacher friend.  mr. rob is greeted with great enthusiasm when he comes to pick up his preschooler.


thank you again, mr. rob, for making us turkey rob.


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