Debb70, that is terrible. I can't believe she had a bottle in her car. Thank goodness nothing happened.
Coltnlasma-Thanks for your input. The hubby and I were just talking about making more of an effort with his neighborhood/soccer friends. Get them together on the weekend to see each other. So he doesn't feel so alone and like he has no friends. Friends at school are great, but really it's such a small group to chose from that it doesn't mean he is going to find his bestie in this "group of classmates". I keep telling him that this is just a small sampling of what is out there and he might not find a "good" friend in this group. So the question is ....is it bearable enough to stay and last 2 more years or bad enough to warrant a change. And you are right...girls and boys are completely different. My daughter is like a social butterfly. She is friends with "everyone" in class. Always asking for playdates, and has some really close bonds. I guess that makes it harder for me to see that my son doesn't have that. And you are right, two of his friends that go to the same public school say they don't have any classes together, but they meet for lunch and hang out afterschool. My son is def. missing that aspect.