I left with the struggling KD crying at the door of his class today. It’s for his own good. Three hours later, I returned to pick him up and was peeping in to see what he’s doing.
The happy boy was very happy that the class is ending and teachers are asking them to put on their shoes.
He spotted me and shouted so loud that everyone outside can hear YIPPEE!! MY MOMMY IS HERE! YIPPEE!
He is so going to run out immediately and when teacher stopped him, he burst ouy crying again that he wants his mommy!
Lol! The school and other parents thought that I took care of KD since he’s young thus he is so attached to me. They were stunned when i said no, he was in infantcare and childcare since young. I think the strong attachment could be due to:
1) I am pregnant now and he’s insecure
2) I breastfeed him for 18 months
3) I did a really good job as a sahm for the past 2 months that he thoroughly enjoyed being with me
4) My efforts to bond with him since he is born paid off
Anyway, I gave him a present today. Something I bought long ago and wrapped up again. It’s to “reward” him for surviving this week. 🙂
Wah! He said its a present from santa claus due to the wrapping paper. He was so excited
Tips: Many of the items that we purchased for KD are wrapped nicely in left over wrapping papers, and kept aside until we feel it’s ready to give to KD. We can’t stop ourselves from buying, neither did we want to spoil him with too much toys at one go and not learning to appreciate his toys. Thus we came up with this ingenious method, which can at the same time makes the child really very happy to receive a surprise presents for no particular reasons. 🙂
Today, I feel it’s time to give this particular present to him as I am a little tired of the other toys already (let alone him!) and I know he will not to put the dough into his mouth and thus tadah~ I presented the present to him and watch him tear it open.
It’s Playdoh Cookie Monster’s Letter Lunch Set!
I particular like this because it has the moulds of all the alphabets as well as KD loves watching Sesame Street, same as his Mommy! And guess what? I didn’t had to prepare loads of activities to entice him to sit down for half an hour today! We actually spent close to an hour just playing with this Playdoh!
Cutting, rolling, pressing, flattening, moulding, identifying and feeding Cookie Monster! Definitely a lot of finger play and fun for both him and me! I am surprised he is quite focus and attentive too!