‘Selected’

Child, Preschool

Oh Cool!

I just ended a phone call with Binbin’s teacher.

“Hi, is that Zen’s Mommy? It was a last minute decision from the school to include a nursery dance performance for the Kindergarten 2 graduation ceremony. Only 6 would be selected from the nursery class. So I thought of calling you first. Would you agree to let Zen perform?”

Maybe I’m using my selective listening cells more than the rational ones…. I reckon the 2nd last sentence as a COMPLIMENT!*wink*

Ok, I could be bias here; but when I compare Binbin with his other school mates during their 1st Public Dance Performance (see video here and you be the judge), I think he did really well. All his actions were clear and so was the timing.

I had said “Yes!” and so Binbin will be joining Keatkeat as a performer for Keatkeat’s graduation ceremony. Whoo-hoo! I’m a proud Mommy!

*Grin*

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10th Day

Child, Health, Parenting, Preschool

Yeah Yeah Yeah!

Keatkeat has fully recovered. The MC (medical certificate) of 10 days is just too perfect.

However, he will not be attending school tomorrow or rather he will not be back in school till the mini school break from 5th-13th September is over. It was a mutual agreement between his teacher and me.

The class is still filled with students who are coughing and sneezing. Just in case my low immunity boy gets sick again, its better for him to stay away longer.

So since Keatkeat will not be in school till then, needless to mention his still unwell brother. We had arranged for the school works to be ‘delivered‘ to us…

So Yippee! One has landed on shore safely, two more to go…. this ‘old wooden boat’ had kept its planks tightly joined even through the darkest night and the heaviest storm…. its not going to fall apart… it did not… and it will not!

Naahhh…. actually things are pretty ok now.

Yes, Binbin is still coughing and every spoken sentence is hardly complete without coughs in between. His running nose is still ‘racing’ as well.

Allan’s cough is rather bad, affecting his speech and his appetite too.

But one thing for sure, they are definitely on the mend.

*Cheers!*

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