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Year End Review 2011

December 27, 2011

In two weeks time we will be welcoming 2012.  The year 2011 has really zoomed pass and there has been a lot of changes here at home.  I have been trying out a new schedule and have the kids helping out more in the house.

There will be some changes in our schedule as I will stepping up on academics with my Doggie boy as he enters K2.

He has progressed a lot this year and is able to write and read independently now at 5 yrs ago. It’s a stark improvement since he turned 4 and he is more willing to sit down and study with me at night after dinner. However I still have to ensure that he is adequately prepared for P1 in 2 years time.

Baby girl has started walking and can walk independently by herself. It will get more tiring chasing after her and making sure that she remains safe. She is rather “fearless” and still hasn’t the concept of danger. She can climb up to the upper bunk of her brother’s bed by herself.  I have to really watch her like a hawk to safeguard her from falling into any nasty scraps.  She is getting very vocal and will not hesitate to let you know what she likes/dislikes.  Tiger girl is more adventurous now and have been asking to taste more different foods. She has taken rice and noodles so far and prefers to eat noodles like her brothers. She loves eating fruits like Doggy boy and I hope that she remains this way and loves her fruits and vegetables.

Monkey boy is doing well in school. He is within the top 10% of his cohort and had been selected to be a prefect for next year. However  it is time that I work with him to brush up on his weak components to ensure that his grades remain consistent next year. I too will be focusing on character building and building up his spiritual knowledge.

One Comment
  1. Foreverfriends permalink
    December 28, 2011 9:05 am

    Doggy boy and Tiger girl progress very fast. They are very advanced for their age. Great work Dominique

    Love the snowing effect in your blog

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