Now here's another one...
May 31, 2008
Now here's another one...
May 26, 2008
Spending some 'Father and son bonding time' in front of the computer
May 19, 2008
In fact I am feeling rather glad that I need not suffer anymore from any more air sickness, exhaustion and lethargy from air travel, gross airplane food and the classic headache of 'not knowing what to bring to wear' syndrome. From the end of next week onwards, travel will only be for leisure :)
There is really no loss at all, especially I am not entitled to travel on business class even when I have to travel for more than 6 hours. Who wants to travel such long distances for work when you do not even get the basic comforts of a proper seat in a flight.
Anyhow, I really do not want to miss watching Kyle's little antics and timeless moments like these...
He will only get to be a toddler once in my life, I will never want to trade these precious moments for anything else in the world.
May 18, 2008
It is really funny to watch them interact with one another as they have not quite started playing together, it's more like playing alongside one another. However they seem rather comfortable with each others' company, I have caught a few occasions when they communicated with each other with their eee's and ah's.
Kyle turned 14 months yesterday, I am beginning to hear an attempt at language when he speaks at times. But it still sounds more like funny little sounds and exclamations :)
May 3, 2008
This time round, he seemed all gamed to try out the big canvas slide...
The segment of bubble time never fails to get his attention, see his look of anticipation when the teacher announced it was 'bubble time'. If only he could show that level of enthusiasm during meal times...
Love the vibrancy of colours reflected in the pictures taken. I think that creating a colourful environment for the children can help to stimulate their visual senses and brighten up their experience in class.
May 1, 2008
There are just too much extremities in our society these days. SNAGs are a result of a mother's upbringing and father's non involvement and most of the time they are usually more feminized. Exhibiting typical traits like, passivity and indecisiveness.
One of the usual behaviour of a feminized man is that he will choose to marry a strong woman (like his mother), who will make decisions and take care of him. Most of the time, the wife will probably think it is great, at first. She is marrying a SNAG afterall...but after a while she will get frustrated having to make all the decisions. The more she pushes him, the more he passive he becomes, she eventually loses all respect for him. If this sounds familar to you...don't even think that you can change him. Just blame your mother-in-law :P
Mothers have to learn to cut the apron strings with their sons and quit smothering them. For those mothers with sons, do your future daughter in law a favour and teach your son to pick up and clean after himself...Life is not a bed of roses, not always fair and boys need to be guided to the right path to stand up to adversity and not to quit easily. Fathers also need to step up to their role. The male gender are generally visual characters, thus they need a role model that they can look up to and learn how to be a man.
For more tips on how to raise sons, you can refer to my post in http://parachutetime.blogspot.com/ - 'How to raise a son to be a man of character.'