Monday, August 27, 2012

Bookfest Malaysia 2012

Dadi and Mami went to Bookfest last week. This is a book fair which Dadi and Mami would go annually. They managed to buy some cheap art and craft materials, stationeries and a few books. They also bought a toy for me to play. These are my favourite that they bought for Kor Kor and I to share.
KorKor and I had other sets of Gigo Junior Engineer
and we simply love play with them.

This is how it looks like after using all the parts provided

It opens like a stand-up calendar

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Roller Blading with Cousins

My grandparents and aunty's family came down from Ipoh to spend time together during the Raya holidays. Our main attraction was roller blading. I had lots of fun roller blading and playing in the Jungle Gym. Here are some photos of us roller blading.

This is my Ku Ku and cousin, Jared

This boy needs no introduction.
He is, none other than my Kor Kor

Here I come.....

And here I fall......

See how hardworking my Ku Cheong was....
Teaching my cousin, Joel

Ku Cheong's efforts paid off.
Joel could roller blade on his own

My cousin Jared wanted to be really careful
not to fall

My Kor Kor's beautiful smile

Jared trying on another pair of roller blades

My two cousins

Are you enjoying my photos?

A few more photos for you to enjoy

Kor Kor was trying to speed

Finally caught Kor Kor falling down.
That is what happens when you speed.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

I have a pillowpet

I was pleasantly surprised when Mami brought my brother and I to Leisure Mall last night. We bought a pillowpet, and I chose Barkie, the dog. Doesn't it look cute.

You can see my Kor Kor's pet here in his blog.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

The Fruit of The Spirit

Hooray! I managed to memorise the fruit of the spirit in its sequence. I recited it to Aunty Madeline, my Sunday School Teacher this morning.

The fruit of the spirit is Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self Control.

Monday, August 6, 2012

I am worrying Mami

I have been making Mami very worried about me lately. It is indescribable.

I have been crying every morning since last week. My preschool starts at 8:30 a.m. However, I would want to go as early as possible to school. I dislike seeing my friends in school before I come. I am paranoid that I would be late for school. Every morning, I would cry before 8 a.m., telling Mami that I am already late for school. Mami has been trying to teach me how to read the clock, but I would just ignore the clock and cry.

Secondly, I am paranoid that I would forget my homework. Everyday, before going to school, I would check my homework to ensure that I have completed my homework. Mami would always assure me that I would have done the day before. I certainly would not take her word for it. I would be rushing to check my homework in the car, on the way to my preschool.

Mami had quite a long conversation with my teachers this morning. She is beginning to be worried over my reactions about school. I believe another kilogram of weight had tumbled down on her head. My teachers commented that I am very "kiasu" and requires lots of assurances and praises. I am also very self-centred. I am good at my work and I am very pro-active in answering questions. However, I would be upset if I am not given the opportunity to answer a question. The teacher feels that I am putting too much pressure onto myself to perform in class. When it comes to Mandarin classes, I would normally cry when I am unable to read as well as my friends. Mandarin has always been the subject that I am weak in.

My teacher mentioned that I am a boy who requires lots of attention, love and assurances during classes. It is not so bad for a four years old boy, but would I be the same when I am five or six years old? I cannot expect the teachers to keep treating me like the little baby in class. It is understandable now because I am in a five-year-old class. I am the youngest in the class right now.

Am I beginning to inherit Kor Kor's "kiasu-ness"?

Friday, August 3, 2012

Eat Kor Kor's

I normally do not share my food with anyone. Not even with Mami at times. This morning I was eating a banana. Dadi asked for a mouth, and I immediately replied "ask Kor Kor". This proves my love for food.