Little Changes

Miaomiao still cried in the morning yesterday and today when i took her to the kindergarten. She didn’t want to leave me and asked me to take her to her classroom every morning rather than letting her go with her teacher at the gate of the kindergarten. But she still cried when i took her to her classroom and left alone. Though she often stopped crying soon after she went into her classroom, i still hope she can say goodbye to me without crying every morning in the kindergarten one day.

One of her teachers tells me that Miaomiao has agreed her not to ask mom to take her to the classroom tomorrow morning when i pick Miaomiao up this afternoon. But Miaomiao is nearly to cry after hearing this and says that she still wants me to take her to her classroom tomorrow morning.

I’m a bit worried. Most of her classmates don’t cry every morning now. But why she still cries almost every morning? She is too sticky with me? Maybe.

She has already learned to go to the toilet and eat meals by herself. I don’t think she would afraid of those things. And her teachers can help her sometimes in the kindergarten. Actually in order to let her adapt to the kindergarten earlier, i has asked her to eat by herself and go to the toilet by herself most of the time at home. She has made a great progress on these aspects.

I decide to make some more changes, such as taking her to the kindergarten earlier, or letting her sleep by herself without touching my tummy at home? She likes to touch my tummy before sleep and has kept this habit for sevral months. Maybe it’s time for me to help her change this habit.

Try to let the habit and time table of our kids the same at home and in the kindergarten. Hope she can feel better in the kindergarten soon.

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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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