Friday, 26 February 2010

Peek at my school

School celebrated 'yuan xiao jie' today. It also dictated the school's open house for new intakes. Activities were fun filled, there were lantern making session, tang yuan making, face and hand painting and food of course! Mummy and me turned up in our favourite colour, blue! There were so many children and parents. 
This was how I spent my morning with Dad and Mum: 
I got my right arm painted with flowers!
Aren't they beautiful?

The playground is too sunny for play

"Daddy, why is 'fu' upside down?"

May we have a smooth sailing year

I love the drum!

Lion head!

I can only eat the watermelon. The rest are Mum and Dad's.

Mum didn't know that the popiah was spicy, and she gave it to me. I gave an undesirable expression, and spat it out. Training came early huh. After that, Mum gave me an egg mayo sandwich. As usual, Daddy is complaining about the different food she introduced to me. He alerted that I've just recovered from diarrhoea and egg mayo contains egg white.

Look at the number of shoes outside the door!
Mummy spotted how I climbed onto the chair to sit
After all the fun... it's back to class. This was where I bid goodbye to Mum and Dad

School is really fun, especially when learning is through play. Mum and Dad are paying costly fees to the school. There are frequent thoughts of wanting me to go to a cheaper school once I turn older, a toddler. Comparing the fees among schools, the amount is really drastic, Mummy could use the money for more shopping. But Mum and Dad are so comfortable with me in this school. The problem is, once it gets comfortable, it's just hard to go for the other options.

Oh, noted mummy's new hairstyle? I couldn't recognise her after her salon trip early this week. It took me half a minute to realise she's my mama!


  1. prettily dressed jazzelle... and how did mummy get a matching blue top... haha good fashion sense!

  2. Of cos prettily dressed! Auntie esther bought me that dress. Mummy loves blue, it's easy for her to find a match!


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