It is a charming stage. She speaks of things that she sees, do and heard in full sentences, no less. These days she sings songs that she's learnt from school and church. It comes in bits and tatters and we have to make out what she is singing but it's very cute nonetheless.
|All engrossed in the IPad at The Plain.|
I've started her on Chinese classes because nobody and I mean nobody in this household speaks much mandarin around here. Sigh. And to think that Daddy is from Chinese High. *hangs head*
Her teachers all adore her. My sister calls her the lil celebrity in school because the minute she steps in, everyone greets her by name. That said, she's settled really well in school. It has come to the point where I can actually drop her off at the doorstep and a teacher or school attendant would walk her in.
She is by far the most independent child I have at this age. She's happy to go on playdates at her cousins' place without me around. And to think that I was all worried about how clingy she would be when school was about to start.
But this little one is probably the fiestiest kid I ever had. Her tantrums can amount to 30 minutes on the floor and wails so loud that perhaps my neighbour can hear. What the gal wants is what the gal will try to get. It is tough saying no to her at this stage but we are slowly and surely teaching the difference between right from wrong.
What can I say? I love this tyke. It's always amazing what she comes out with every single day and I can't wait to see her grow.