Paste Stickers

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Miaomiao likes to paste stickers in the stickers books. I have bought her two stickers books last summer but she didn’t show much interests on them and just watched me pasting stickers at that time.

Then about a month ago, Miaomiao saw a stickers book in brother Bean’s home while Bean was sleeping. Bean’s mom opened that book and helped Miaomiao plaste stickers in this book. This stickers book looked like the two books i bought for her before. You need to find the missing stickers in a page and stick them in the pictures in other pages. It’s easy for us. But it’s not that easy for a little kid like Miaomiao to tear a sticker and paste it in a right page in the right place exactly all by her own. But she liked to paste stickers in that book with the help of Bean’s mother. She pasted half of that book in Bean’s home at that time.
Seeing her so interested in stickers book, i bought fourteen different stickers books home for her sevral days later after we came back from Bean’s home. She was very glad to see these books and also liked to paste stickers in these books. I even take sevral of these books to SuiZhou while we got back to live there for two weeks. She always pasted stickers with the help of others. Her grandpas, my younger sister, Danny, her father and i all have helped her paste sticks. At first she wanted us to help her tear the stickers, and find the right page, and tell her where to paste. And gradually she can tear stickers by herself, and then she can paste the stickers more exactly, and now she can find the right page and right place to paste stickers well. She makes big progress.
She still likes to paste stickers in her books at present. And as she is growing up, i will buy her some more difficult stickers books for her. And i believe she can learn and have more fun with them in the future.

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Tina Peng

Tina Peng, Miaomiao's mother, born in 1985, and give birth to Miaomiao in summer of 2013, love Miaomiao very much, and willing to record her tiny things in this blog.

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