Play With Sand And Take A Shower


It’s cloudy and not very hot today. So i take Miaomiao out to play with sand after breakfast in the sand pool nearby. We take some beach toys with us.

When we are arriving at the sand pool, we meet sevral kids playing balloons beside the sand pool. Miaomiao runs to play with them together. A grandma there gives her a balloon and she pats it with other kids. After a while her balloon is blown away by the wind and burst on the grass. That grandma gives her another balloon but this balloon is leaking and can’t play in a little while.
Then i take Miaomiao to the sand pool and she starts to shovel sand with her beach toys. She also picks small stones in the sand pool to our bag sometimes. When she find i am drawing pictures on the sand, she starts to draw pictures with me. Another two little kids also join us to play together after a while. Miaomiao walks with thees two kids when they start to walk around the sand pool.
After a while, Our neighbour Tommy and his mother come here to play too. As the former two kids has left with their guardians, Miaomiao and Tommy play together then. They shovel sand and pick stones. Tommy shovels sand to me one time occasionally which makes me all the sand. Miaomiao wants to shovel sand to Tommy but i stop her.
We go home together in the noon. After arriving home, i take a shower immediately to wash off those sand on my body and change some clean clothes. I also want to take a shower for Miaomiao as i also find some sand on her hair and neck. I ask her opinion and tell her that she can take a shower just as i wash myself just now. She agrees. So i try to wash her hair and body with shower. I find she can accept this kind of washing and i can also wash her well by shower. That’s good. Maybe shower can replace bathing. Then it won’t be hard for me to wash her hair 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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