Mummy is it time to wake up yet?
Oh, sugar. It's 7.20 am already. Somehow, my husband and I didn't hear our alarm clocks ring that morning. Luckily for us, no matter what, Ameera always wakes up at 7 sharp every morning. But being the good obedient daughter (I always remind her not to wake up until I call her), she was be a bit confused this time as to why Mummy and Daddy were still in bed. Thanks baby. I know that I can always rely on you, InsyaAllah forever.
In the car waiting for her school bus.
It has been 2 week since Husayn started his own class. In short, his attitude towards school is totally different compared to Ameera's. He was excited alright when talking about it but when we sent him to school, there was always be a bit of drama.
Not as described here. He is such a happy little camper with not a bother in the world when I'm around
The first day was OK. The second day, he was a bit upset but by the third day, he burst into tears when I left him. I just left him alone with his friends and teacher. Being me, I never looked back or felt that bad because I know he'll be alright. Plus, I want my kids to be tough, physically and emotionally. The day after that, he kept saying he that didn't want to go to school and gave all the reasons in the world.
But, despite all the drama, every time I picked him up after 3 hours there he was, totally different, with a smile on his face while endlessly talking about what happenrd in school that day. It's clear to me that he enjoyed it very much, as if all the sad feelings in the morning were just a bad dream. The best part to it is, he just couldn't wait to go back the following morning. Oh...but the drama still went on the very next day.
I just hope it won't be like that forever. I know it's just so hard for him to make new friends and that's why he always says
How I wish Nadeen was here in the same school with me...
Errrr... you know that's not going to happen my baby boy. Not any time soon anyway...
His favourite thing to do at school - arts and craft
Fortunately, as Ameera started going back to school this week, he was fine when I dropped him off. No problems and whatsoever. I think it's most likely because for the past week, he didn't like the idea that he was in school while his siblings stayed at home with Mummy. Ah well, I suppose it's no surprise when he always quietly tells me he's still a baby - Mummy's baby!