Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Little Bear's 1st day in school

3rd May 2010...ah...a big day for Ee Sync... a good day to start school...
(Marks the day of "a-little-freedom-for-myself" too...     :P)

Here's Ee Sync...
(Funny Headmistress didn't like us to stay too long at the school, "shooed" us out after about 30minutes...
...so these were the the only pictures taken...)

...all ready for school...

...blending in straight away...

5 comments:

RoseBelle said...

He looks happy and seems to get along nicely with the other kids. That's great on his first day of school. My son cried so hard on his first day in preschool that he threw up. Gosh, he even ran after me. I was so heartbroken inside. Well, he's a teenager now so I sometimes remind him how clinging he was to mommy.

Meldylocks and Her Three Bears said...

RoseBelle: Yes, it is a relief to see him enjoy schooling...he even asks to go to school on weekends!! But when he's too independent at such a young age, your heart aches too. You'll feel like he won't be needing you a lot in near future...and i worry too because he's very friendly with everybody, even strangers.
Sigh...that's why people say: When they are young, u'd wish they have grown up; when they've grown up you'd wish that they are little again...

Little cottage said...

i didnt manage to get any shoot of him on his 1st day at school... :( U r so right la... i reckon what u r feeling is exactly what all mothers feel :)

wendyywy @ Table for 2 or more..... said...

Actually I do wish my kids won't grow up... hahahaha, they don't need to attend stupid public school with stupid syllabus, having stupid exams doing stupid copied assignments that bring nothing to their development.

They are really cute before 4, and sigh... next year will be Lydia's turn to attend school. Then she can't play as much as she can play now. Kindys nowadays also give loads of homework. Crazy. I never had more than 2 pages of homework last time, and I did so well in school , "ahem".

Meldylocks and Her Three Bears said...

I so totally agree with you on the stupid stuff they learn at public schools...and everytime I feel angry when i go into a weak class which I wish to teach the very basics (English) but have to bow to the stupid constrains of the syllabus.

Actually I didn't plan to start schooling for EeSync so early...but I just couldn't stand him disturbing EeChao at home!! You should've seen his baby bro's dark circles around the eyes!! Plus I really don't wanna depend too much on my in-laws on baby-sitting. Kids nowadays are too tiring for them(for long hours), and EeSync's been picking up bad habits from them too.