Monthly Archives: October 2018

Second winner 🥈 🥈

When we moved home, I have moved Chhori’s childcare as well.

One of the things she has learned in this new center is second winner. I am still not sure I agree or not but it seems to help Chhori understand second is ok sometimes.

Me: “Hurry up and finish brushing the teeth otherwise papa will be first and you will be last.”

Chhori: “NO mama, I will be first winner and Papa will be second winner. It is ok to be second winner sometimes.

AS seems to think that it is good to learn things like this so they accept not being first but I think I want her to understand the different between first and last, not everyone can and need to be a winner.

Do share your thought about it. 

Take care ,

M from nepaliaustralian
XOXO  

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Rainbow colour🌈🌈🌈

Chhori is 3.5 years old now and she is getting so smart day by day. The other day, AS wanted her to wear a twinkle toes shoes which was purple in colour but lights up in different colours.

So the father daughter had the following conversation

Chhori : “Papa I want a rainbow shoes please.”

AS: “Put on these shoes (pointing to the purple shoe), it has rainbow lights, red, blue, pink, white and black.

Chhori: “No papa, that’s is not a rainbow” and started singing the song.

Red and yellow and pink and green, Purple and orange and blue

I can sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow too

That is rainbow papa, not white and black and other colours.”

AS: “Ohoo Sorry, I meant colourful shoes.”

Now who can argue with her as she is telling the facts?

I love to eavesdrop into father daughter conversation, it always manages to make me smile.

Take care everyone,

M from nepaliaustralian

XOXO  

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Ask google :)

I am sure, I can write a book full of conversation we have with Chhori these days. She is very observant and a quick thinker that it is easy to forget that she is only 3.5 years old.

One thing we seems to lose a lot in our household is the TV remote. I am constantly looking for it.

Me: “AS, have you seen the TV remote.

AS: “Check on the table, I saw it there last.

Me: “No, I looked everywhere, can’t see it.”

I saw Chhori walking to the room so,

Me: “Chhori, have you seen the TV remote.”

Chhori; “No mama but you can ask Google.

Me and AS started laughing because we never have thought that would be the answer 🙂.

The kids these days have no idea what life was like without technology. I constantly find her talking to Google Home asking to play song, turn on/off the light or turn on/off the TV. She thinks every screen on phone and laptop is touch screen and Google has been a part of our everyday life as we use it so often. No wonder she thinks I can ask Google to find the remote too 🙂.

Please do share your own experience.

Take care ,

M from nepaliaustralian
XOXO  

P.S: Do not forget to nominate  your favorite blog .

Nominations open for NEPALIAUSTRALIAN’s Blog Award 2018