Christopher is now 16+ months now.
I have 7-8 months more before he celebrates his first graduation.
Time for mummy to go look for a nursery for him now.
After reading a few mummies' posts on their kids first day at school and not being prepared for Chinese school, it got me thinking.
Hubby and I have not yet decided if we will send our son to Chinese school.
But I reckon I still have time.
When he goes to kindergarten I will need to get that decision finaized.
But it would be nice if he could be in the same place from 2-6 years.
At 16 + months, he also shows signs that he is ready to be introduced to the potty.
So, have to start slowly but surely.
Also have to make sure I am not to lazy to get him into the routine of brushing teeth.
Even if only it is play time with water and toothbrush for now.
And by the way, I am "nana" though he says "Daddee" pretty clearly.
Maybe coz Daddee is at the wheel (steering wheel that is).
His favourtie place in the world!
And his favourite phrase of the day is "Thhheeerrree...."
while pointing in some vague and sometimes not so vague direction.
Second most used phrase is "Sit".
He seems to love the 's' sound. Shoe and socks and sit comes easily to him.
Other phrases often heard will be "I don't know".
And sometimes "Hi Daddee", "Hi Aunnie" and "Hinana".
And "Bye xx" is always followed by a "Muak" flying kiss.
He understands a whole lot but still refuses to say much.
Cheeky fella must think that the less he says, the more he can get away with sutff.