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Post  Jeshiko on Thu Oct 13, 2011 6:51 am

I asked Mikko if he wanted a banana today and he said "okay" (it was actually 'okayd' but close enough!). He has never replied with an afirmative before. I asked again and he said it again Very Happy Very Happy
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Post  hismama on Thu Oct 13, 2011 9:25 am

Yay Mikko!
Has anyone suggested signing? I only ask because we have been doing a bit of it at Playcentre (the abc sign song) and William is just so into it, he wants to sing/sign it all the time, it's lovely Smile

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Post  sewsable on Thu Oct 13, 2011 9:29 am

Well done Mikko!
Ian's becoming more expressive in his language of late; coming out with some lovely sentances
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Post  missbee on Thu Oct 13, 2011 9:30 am

Awesome Mikko!!!! Well done!
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Post  Jeshiko on Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:07 am

Mikko just put a pair of shorts on himself for the first time. They are backwards but hey that's okay Laughing Previously he has only been into undressing so this is pretty cool.
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Post  sewsable on Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:22 am

Jeshiko wrote:Mikko just put a pair of shorts on himself for the first time. They are backwards but hey that's okay Laughing Previously he has only been into undressing so this is pretty cool.

That's great!
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Post  Joshs-Mummy on Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:05 am

well done Mikko!!
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Post  teegee on Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:30 pm

DD1 is starting to write lots - she loves the tv show "Word World" on Disney Junior and she is copying the words she is seeing on the show. Last term, her teacher was saying that she has little/no interest in writing at school - so I am super-excited that she is writing words like "rocket", "drum", "tuba" & "corn" (all from Word World!) Laughing

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Post  Jeshiko on Tue Oct 18, 2011 1:35 pm

teegee wrote:DD1 is starting to write lots - she loves the tv show "Word World" on Disney Junior and she is copying the words she is seeing on the show. Last term, her teacher was saying that she has little/no interest in writing at school - so I am super-excited that she is writing words like "rocket", "drum", "tuba" & "corn" (all from Word World!) Laughing

hooray!
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Post  sewsable on Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:35 am

Last night in the movie the boys were watching one of the heroes died; Ian actually cried! He's developing empathy Very Happy
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Post  Jeshiko on Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:37 am

sewsable wrote:Last night in the movie the boys were watching one of the heroes died; Ian actually cried! He's developing empathy Very Happy

yay on the empathy, my condolences on the hero Laughing
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Post  missbee on Fri Oct 21, 2011 10:13 am

teegee wrote:DD1 is starting to write lots - she loves the tv show "Word World" on Disney Junior and she is copying the words she is seeing on the show. Last term, her teacher was saying that she has little/no interest in writing at school - so I am super-excited that she is writing words like "rocket", "drum", "tuba" & "corn" (all from Word World!) Laughing

Awesome to hear!!!! Well done to your DD
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Post  missbee on Fri Oct 21, 2011 10:17 am

sewsable wrote:Last night in the movie the boys were watching one of the heroes died; Ian actually cried! He's developing empathy Very Happy

Yay thats awesome.

Christopher thanked me for making him a slice the ohter day (he loves my baking)....then told his dad secretly that he didnt like it.

I was so happy, for one he showed empathy, or at least didnt want to upset me. And some tact.....because he usually tells it like it is!!
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Post  Jeshiko on Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:31 am

missbee wrote:
sewsable wrote:Last night in the movie the boys were watching one of the heroes died; Ian actually cried! He's developing empathy Very Happy

Yay thats awesome.

Christopher thanked me for making him a slice the ohter day (he loves my baking)....then told his dad secretly that he didnt like it.

I was so happy, for one he showed empathy, or at least didnt want to upset me. And some tact.....because he usually tells it like it is!!

that's pretty awesome for any 5-6 year old!!!!
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Post  teegee on Fri Oct 21, 2011 2:03 pm

missbee wrote:
sewsable wrote:Last night in the movie the boys were watching one of the heroes died; Ian actually cried! He's developing empathy Very Happy

Yay thats awesome.

Christopher thanked me for making him a slice the ohter day (he loves my baking)....then told his dad secretly that he didnt like it.

I was so happy, for one he showed empathy, or at least didnt want to upset me. And some tact.....because he usually tells it like it is!!

Awesome for both boys!! cheers

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Post  Joshs-Mummy on Tue Nov 01, 2011 5:34 am

cheers well done to all our wonderful children cheers

awwww Bless our Joshua, he did really well today having his blood test he only screamed when they stuck the needle in and when they took it out, He even got a certificate saying how brave he was, it has a picture of lightning McQueen on it.

We then went in to town and he had half a hash brown!! so stoked we dont have to have mashed spud all the time now!!! cheers
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Post  sewsable on Wed Nov 02, 2011 3:46 am

Glad the blood test went well; haven't had to do that in ages with Ian; but it used to take 3 people to do it.
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Post  renee_chch on Sun Nov 06, 2011 12:12 pm

Just wanted to say it was Shardei's bday today, She turned 3! YAY.
We went to chipmunks, and she had so much fun, it was great. Then went home and had BBQ with the family, just a nice relaxing afternoon.

She even blew out her candle. Woohoo. Very Happy
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Post  missbee on Mon Nov 07, 2011 3:37 am

Awesome. Well done Shardei
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Post  Jeshiko on Mon Nov 07, 2011 4:01 am

Happy birthday Shardei!!!
And well done to Mummy for the first 3 years Smile
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Post  sewsable on Tue Nov 08, 2011 8:58 am

Yay! I love the positive stories about our children.

Ian went to 2 parties on Saturday; was well behaved at both despite the second finishing at 9.30pm with fireworks!
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Post  Jeshiko on Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:27 am

Mikko just did a big squeal (he likes to do that quite often Laughing ) and Kasper is in bed so I growled at him a little and told him he would have to go to bed if he did it again AND he replied "sorry" cheers cheers He doesn't normally say sorry even when prompted and has never ever said it in the right context and without a prompt Very Happy

We also had his preschool x-mas party today and he was really good and aside from a 1 meltdown while waiting for the miniature train ride he was well behaved and basically did what I asked him the whole morning Smile Smile Smile If I hadn't been running around after Kasper the whole time it may even have been relaxing Laughing

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Post  Jeshiko on Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:28 am

sewsable wrote:Yay! I love the positive stories about our children.

Ian went to 2 parties on Saturday; was well behaved at both despite the second finishing at 9.30pm with fireworks!

missed this one earlier! well done Ian Smile

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Post  sewsable on Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:42 am

Love the apology, first step!
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Post  hismama on Mon Jan 23, 2012 2:22 am

William is quite shy/awkward/hides behind me/tells me he doesn't want people to talk or look at him, at the beginning, in social situations. This weekend we had relatives come to visit that he had never met before. We waited at my mums house all morning for them to arrive, and when they did, William ran up to them and gave them big cuddles, telling them "I'm 3!" Was so cool to see!

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