He is so Lucky again!

Child, Preschool, Toddler, Videos

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Binbin’s photo was chosen to be in the Playhouse Disney Birthday Book again! Keatkeat is so jealous! We submitted Keatkeat’s photo too last year but no luck. *pout*

The economy crisis has hit Playhouse Disney too! *laugh* The present given this year is (so) inferior compared to the gift last year. Hmmm…. only stickers were received on Wednesday:-

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Oh well, these were good enough to cheer my boy, so I’m not complaining. *wink*

*Just in case you were wondering what Binbin said at the end of the video: “I got wear my bag…my baggy-bag.”

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Something Different

Child, Preschool, School-study, Toddler

From the moment my 3 year old pops his head out of his class, he is all ready to report his 3-hour-experience. Yak Yak Yak… non-stop. You don’t even need to ask him anything.

When he sees his Papa at home, he is more than willing to REPEAT everything again. That’s how talkative my boy is. 5mins of silence is like having his lips taped up for a year ~ Unbearable! *laugh*

It has been more or less the same report since the beginning of this year:

  • “Teacher scold me today”
  • “Teacher say I must sit down when she is talking”
  • “Teacher say there is a time to play and there is a time to sit down and listen”
  • “Teacher say I must sit crossed-leg (ged), cannot squat”
  • “Teacher scold me only”
  • “Teacher did not scold my friends”

I believe all that he had said. ‘Cos there were times when we peeped into the small look-through glass on the door, we saw him DANCING ON HIS FEET while the other children were sitting on the mat, listening to the teacher sing ’10 Little Indian Boys’ *faint*

TODAY, THE REPORT IS DIFFERENT (for the first time):

  • “Today my friend pull my ear like that” (demonstrating)
  • “Then I tell teacher”
  • “Teacher scold my friend and he cry leh”
  • “Teacher so fierce”
  • “Teacher say I good boy”
  • “Then, My teacher is so funny today”
  • “She keep laughing and laughing and laughing”
  • “I ask her why”
  • “She don’t want to tell me”
  • “Then she laugh at me and say I very funny”
  • “She didn’t say my friends funny leh.”
  • “She ONLY say I very funny”
  • “So funny hor?”

*Huge Laugh*

That’s why I often say, ‘boredom’ was OUT of my dictionary ever since chatty Binbin came into my life!

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