Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Our Precious Girl

Our precious girl is 4 years and 3 months old today. I just realized this when I looked at the calendar this morning. Hence, I wish to write this post to jot down her development so far. Sharlene has grown up tremendously over the years. I must say our life is so complete with her around. *smile* She brings so much joy and happiness into our daily life and most importantly, the valuable experience that we gained in the course of our duty as parents. Of course we also have to deal with her difficult attitude and other typical problems from time to time. Honestly, at one time I thought I would never experience this wonderful feeling in my life.

I have so much to write about my precious darling but don’t really know where to begin. Don't worry, it will not be a long-winded post (I hope). I shall make it as short and sweet as possible :)

At her age now, our girl is more understanding. She knows she has to sleep early during school days and will not kick up a big fuss when I say it’s time to go up to her room. Occasionally, she will attempt to delay her bedtime especially when she's in the midst of playing with her cousin sister. Nowadays she wants daddy to sleep with her too. Being hyperactive and playful, she loves to play hide and seek in the room before she let me brush her teeth and change her clothes. She still cannot sit unmoving when I read to her.

She likes to share her food but definitely not her toys. Whenever I give her some snacks like honey stars or peanuts (she’s crazy over all kind of nuts), I will prompt her to share with her cousin sister. At first, she did not want to oblige but now she will go around the house and offer everyone her food. Sometimes she even put it directly into my mouth. So sweet~~

It’s really sad and unbelievable to say that Sharlene still doesn’t like to go to school even though she’s in K2 this year. Every time I mention about school her response would be “Mummy, I don’t want to go to school, I don’t like school”. She won't cry or protest in the morning but when she reaches school, she just refuses to mix with other children. She won't smile also :( She prefers to stay at one corner or sit in the classroom when other kids are running and screaming outside. I’m really worried about her aloof behavior and what will happen if she goes on behaving this way.?? Hopefully this is only a fleeting phase and she will soon get out of this.

Although she dislikes going to school, she still looks at her school books, completes her daily homework without much fuss (she has 3-4 books of homework [writing and colouring] everyday now) and willing to share with me the things she did in school. Sometimes, she even sings for me. It's really hilarious when she sings. :)

Lately she likes to say this to me - Mummy, I love you very much. At times she would surprise me with a hug too. Her action really melts my heart. I don't know where she learnt this from. Perhaps from us as hubby and I love to hug and kiss her everyday without fail.

Hmmm...there are so much more to write about my girl but guess I got to stop now before it turns into a lengthy post. Thanks for reading peeps :)


Irene said...

awwwwww... im waiting for my "mommy, i love you" too... so sweet!

she is a pretty lil girl :)

Kristie said...

oh... i could go on reading.. dont worry abt a long winded post! :)

sharlene is such a good girl, u are both lucky parents!

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

Sharlene loves to eat groundnuts or not? I am big fans of it lately.

She is so sweet and you too..I think is good to say "I love you" to the one we love.

slavemom said...

She's such a sweet n loving girl. Vy generous too. ;)

LittleLamb said...

How come she didnt like school??

Anyway look at her. so sweet. giving u the look at the picture..and yes, i cant for my turn for philip to say I love u to me...

Mummy Moon said...

Girls normally more easy to melt mummies heart! My girl only likes to say Thank you mummy instead of I love you ...

Sue Sue said...

Give her some time. My son also the same and he will tell me the same as what she tell you... Mommy I dont wan to go to school.

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