Friday, January 25, 2008

All for a hug

Seen this morning. A 5 year old refusing to share her cup with her 2 year old sister. 2 year old sister ran behind the couch with a grumpy face. 5 year old sister went behind the sofa and said "Ben (sister in gujerati) will share it with you if you give me a big hug" 2 year old grins and hugs her sister so tight the cup and the sisters fell on the floor laughing.

And all I am thinking while watching this is "Wonder if it gets better than this if I had another one?"

7 Comments:

At 3:19 PM, Anonymous mama bok said...

Hehehe!! i wouldn't push my luck.. ;)

 
At 3:24 PM, Blogger Neelum said...

hey, just chanced upon ur blog...am new in KL n I found a pre-school for my son, but am not too happy with it...so pls help me out...where does ur daughter go? or even if you can suggest me pre-schools that ur friends are sending their kids....it will help me a LOT...we're located nr bangsar...pls pls pls...

 
At 4:38 PM, Blogger Shamira said...

Hey Neelum,
Where are you from? Bangsar has got many good preschools that you can consider. It all depends on what you have in store for your child for the future, i.e. Do you plan to send your child to a public/private school? If you are Malaysia, you might also be thinking about Chinese medium school. If you are of Indian nationality you might want to consider the Global Indian school in Brickfields.

How old is your kid?

Alysha goes to Trinity Methodist Kindergarten in PJ, just behind EPF. It's also convenient if you are based in Bangsar.

I have never regretted my decision even for a day and will send my second daughter there as well, when its time.

So tell me more.

 
At 4:53 PM, Blogger Neelum said...

Hey Shamira,
Thanks for your reply. I am an Indian national, was in Singapore before this where my son Aaditya (2yrs 5 months) went to Montessori playgroup. Wish to continue the Montessori method of teaching, but am open to others as well after the not-so good experience with the Montessori ones in Bangsar. I will be sending him to Global Indian once he is 3 + but since he is august born we have until 2009 to start him there so meanwhile we think he should go to a good school where he loves the concept of school, makes friends, and loves teachers. As impressions on his mind at this age will be long lasting.
I will check out the school where you send our kids. My husband works in PJ, so maybe we can work out something for the logistics. We're staying nr taman seputeh, so any place nearby is OK.
Keep up ur great blog.

Regards,
Neelum

 
At 5:06 PM, Blogger Neelum said...

update: was just reading some old post of urs...and saw that u went to taska jaunty in bangsar...guess what...my son is going there now...and i and he and his papa are not happy with it...that's why my cry for help !!!!!!!!!!!

 
At 4:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Neelum...just read your comment on Jaunty Bangsar,... i was thinking of sending my son there...what was the problem with the kindy??

 
At 5:56 PM, Blogger Neelum said...

There was no major problem with the Kindy, but I had transportation problems...and the time in school was too strenuous for my son. There was also an issue of my son catching a bad habit from one of his fellow students; this reason was the final brick in the wall !!

 

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