On his way into his pre-K class, a reporter stopped him to ask him a few questions, which should have been no big deal, right? Are you excited? Yep. What's your favorite part of school? Recess. Andrew was probably expecting that sort of stuff.
But, then the reporter hit him with a terrible question that you should never ask anyone on their way into the first day of school - or ever, for that matter.
"Are you going to miss your mom?" she blindsides him with. Um, DUH! We all miss our moms when we're not with them and why did you have to turn something as exciting as the first day of school into a cry fest, lady?
That's like walking up to someone in the middle of the beach on their vacation in Hawaii and reminding them just how much the whole thing is costing them. Don't be a buzzkill. K, thanks.
You can watch the cringe-worthy moment below. Sending you a virtual hug, Andrew. It's going to be ok, buddy!
The first day of school brought mixed emotions for many students, including 4-year-old Andrew Macias, who spoke to us on his way to pre-kindergarten on Tuesday. When we asked Andrew if he would miss his mother during his first day at City Terrace Elementary School, the young man firmly said, "No." He paused a second and then began to tear up. Seconds later, Andrew's mom gave him a hug off camera.Andrew was among thousands of LAUSD students who filled classrooms Tuesday morning as summer vacation officially came to an end. Read KTLA's story here: http://ktlane.ws/1UQGTUHPosted by KTLA 5 News on Tuesday, August 18, 2015