Tuesday, December 28, 2004
Monday, December 27, 2004
Sunday, December 26, 2004
Me: Call me mommy
Amy:...( shake her head)
Me: Call me mommy
Me: Come on, i know you can, call me mommy
Amy: (in shouting) BAAAAAAAABAAAAAAAAA
Me:Please please call me mommy
Amy: Stop it.
Thursday, December 23, 2004
Yesterday we kept her home and only gave her BRAT. (my parents have some serious doubt on the use of banana to treat diarreha. but they are kind enough not to interfere.) It got a little better in the afternoon. Her bowel movement was not that watery. This morning amy insisted on going to day care herself. so we took her there. She was soooooo happy. But around noon when i called the day care, they told me she had another diarrhea.
Hope she'll get better.
Friday, December 17, 2004
It all started with her canine. Just like the ped predicted, she has a canine coming out, which makes her constantly fuzzy. She'd try to bite her little friends whoever's trying to hug her and stuff... Of course dinner time wouldn't be her favorite time. That night she's paticularly acting out, throwing food away and hitting on me. We got really mad at each other. I insisted she should finish her dinner, while she just wouldn't. My parents and her daddy finally talked me out of it. However, she's not that easy to cheer up. The minute i took her out of high chair, she started throwing an tantrum.
It all happened really fast, the first minute she's arching her back, the next she's trying to reach a bowl of hot soup on her tiptoe. Before any of us noticed, she poured a bowl of hot soup on her neck and chest.
I still don't want to think about what exactly happened and how i exactly felt. Any way we took her to the emergency room. Thank god it's not very serious. She had a little bit blister on her neck and that's about the worst part. After the doctor applied a special kind of cream on her, she stopped crying and started playing with us.
Yesterday we kept her home to keep an eye on her. She's not really happy about the decision, though. Since 8am she sitted in front of the door and waited for me to put on her shoes. When we changed her bandage at night, she cried a little bit. And her wound seems healed up.
I WOULD NEVER EVER LET HER CLOSE TO ANY HOT OBJECT EVER EVER EVER AGAIN!
Wednesday, December 08, 2004
Yesterday she herself realized this is a fun game. That's when i was having dinner and put her in her high chair right next to me. She kept grabbing my hands. At first i didn't really know what she wanted. So i just passed her my spoon. She threw it away and pulled my hand really hard towards her chin. While she's doing that, she kept checking out my reaction and couldn't help laughing herself. She even said "stop it" at the same time. Yet she's pulling my hand towards her......It took me double the usual time to finish my dinner. But it sure worth it.
Tuesday, December 07, 2004
Normally when other kids take amy's toys, she'd just grab it back. She's the biggest one, size-wise, after all. But yesterday, she tried to bite the "offender", and screamed bloody murder for a long time. I used to think amy as a defensive kid, who can protect herself just fine. Now she's crossed line into an aggressive kid. SIGH... i totally blame it on my sister. It's her bad influnce. :P. My parents are coming next week. Can't imagine what kinda disaster that'll be...
Monday, December 06, 2004
well... it's more like "lid, 'doby!". Last Friday, when liz tried to clean her nose, that's what amy said. i guess a push-over like me really can raise a high-maintenance girl.
Today, she even got jealous when i kissed Davin. When i dropped her off, she wouldn't give me a kiss, kept saying nono. While Davin walked directly towards me and asked for a kiss. So i kissed her. Amy started to whine immediately. She even got upset when Davin said byebye to me. I didn't even look at Davin. But still, amy took it as if Davin's closer to me. The sight of Polly, "breakfast teacher", finally cheered her up.
Thursday, December 02, 2004
She picked up a lot of new words when my sister was here, bread in chinese, hat in chinese, auntie in chinese etc. My sister also was patient enough to play "put on the lid" with her. If amy's not too anxious and i help hold the bottle, she now can put the lid on herself.
She sure understands us a whole lot better, too. The other day before we left the apartment, I tried to put a hat on her. She hates hat ever since she can move stuff by her teeny tiny hands. Every day putting on hat is a battle between us. Without too much expectation, i told her, it's really cold out, if you don't put on the hat, we don't leave the apartment. Surprisingly, she looked at me for a couple of seconds and then just gave up the fight. However, the minute we got into the car, she started to pull her hat really hard. I thought reasoning worked earlier, why not try again. So i said, it's still cold, amy, let's wait till the car warms up, ok? Again, surprisingly, she lowered her hands and started play with herself. Later on, when the car warmed up, she took her hat off when i told her so. It was like having a conversation/instructional talk with an adult. I guess we'll have to watch what we say in front of her now. :D
Wednesday, November 24, 2004
This morning the director decided to take some any way. So instead of asking amy, she sneaked up on her and kissed her on the face really hard. Amy suddenly burst into this huge cry, as if saying "you can't kiss me without asking!". Plus, i put this new jacket on her today, she looked like a teddy bear. A grumpy fuzzy crying teddy bear.Everyone passing the hallway had a really good laugh over this.
To my surprise, amy loves her very much. Quote my husband, "she can sense who's close relative." The minute she saw my sister, she gave her a gentle smile. They started play together like crazy only 5 minutes after my sister got in the house.
Yesterday, amy even started to get jealous when my sister played with davin in the day care. This morning, she got up before her auntie did. So she just squated down quietly in front of my sister's door, waiting for her to come out to play with her.
I am soooooooooo happy to see they love each other.
Now i am not as worried as before that amy won't play with my parents when they get here.
Friday, November 19, 2004
Thursday, November 18, 2004
我们家AMY好的她不学，妈妈我冰雪聪明伶牙俐齿她一样儿也没有延承衣钵，到了体格儿健壮这儿，她倒是没拉下。刚刚会走路的时候，步履蹒跚，也要摸到壁橱那里，踮着脚尖够到最大包的DIAPER，帮当一声拨拉到地上，哼呦咳呦的拖到遥远的卧室去，备战备荒那么个意思。走好了更加不得了，到了商场都要帮人家重组货架。妈妈一眼没看住，就摸到最大桶的CONDITIONER，抱起来撒腿就跑。实在是太重了，跑两步蹲下歇一歇，为了防备妈妈来破坏，蹲着都死死的抱着大大一瓶。转眼的功夫就给人家把CONDITIONER拖到鸡汤区，要求这两个配对。上个星期妈妈去DAY CARE接她，在门外偷瞧。但见得这个好汉，袖子挽得老高，脑门儿冒着细汗，推着个塑料大房子就走，完全不顾大房子里面还站着无辜的SEAN。问阿姨，阿姨见怪不怪，说，oh... she's been at it for a couple of hours, rearranging furniture is her business。阿姨们又不知道我们家族的光荣历史，微笑祝贺说，嗯，将来啊，AMY是个DECORATOR。妈妈心里知道，DECORATE个头啊，她,MOVER嘀干活。我们母女两个，搬家公司，都不用再雇老墨了。
Wednesday, November 17, 2004
The day care teachers told me that she also kept saying it when they tried to teach sean to speak. They were like, "sean, say thank you". And amy'd say"dahdu" immediately, even when she's really busy with her "funiture re-arranging" business.
Her vocabulary has been growing quite rapidly recently. Bye, beans in chinese, potato in chinese, even stinky in chinese, are among the new additions... Yesterday when i picked her up, i almost knocked over another daddy by the swing door. After i said "sorry", she even managed to say a "sowee". Very polite indeed.
Monday, November 15, 2004
到我家AMY了，基因上面又是她爸比较强大。吃面条，她爸爱吃宽的或者粗的。本来我一直给AMY吃龙须面的，星期六我们俩剩了口粗面条，懒得给她做饭了(我接受批评，穿也不给家穿好，吃也只是剩的。。。)，捡了两根儿给她吃，扔给她的时候，说，吃面面吧。星期天早上，一睁眼睛，人家就高呼，面面！面面！扔了奶瓶，要攀高椅，从CEREAL BAR到WAFFLE到PAN CAKE。。。什么都不吃，就是要面面。时间紧迫，在她拍桌子示威的压力下，我匆忙的下了一把龙须面，图个熟的快。人家不要，胡噜胡噜都抹到头发上，好像假发一般。终於作了她想要的面面，欢呼3秒钟示意。
Thursday, November 11, 2004
My mom bought her this book when she was really little. It has a big picture of a type of shape on one page, and then a small picture of the same shape on the other page, hidden among other things. We used to "read" this book to her every day, told her "see? this is a square, this is a square, too".
Yesterday, i pointed at the big square, and then asked her to pick out the small square on the other page, she did it! she can also tell triangle, round and oval. But if it's too complicated, like a star, she can't. she'd point at some other small pictures which interest her, like a hipo. :)
Monday, November 08, 2004
She didn't learn much recently, execpt now she can say NO NO while she's shaking her head. She does that all the time. When i dropped her off at the day care and asked for a bye-bye-kiss, she'd say nono. When i ask her to finish her dinner, she'd say nono. Or, when she's doing something she's not supposed to do, she'd say nono while she's doing that.
Her daddy said she can say cat in chinese, now... i didn't notice, though... Sigh... bad mommy ah.
Monday, November 01, 2004
Thursday, October 28, 2004
I just love her day care. Sure, she got virus from time to time, and maybe they don't hold her as often as i would at home (she is just toooooo heavy. :p). But they teach her all these things that i couldn't think of. That little brain surprises me every day. And most of them are because of the day care.
Also, after about 1 week's patient observing, today amy tried to play with her stacker for the first time and she actually succeed in putting the rings back there!
Wednesday, October 27, 2004
Then during the night she woke up by this cough and refused to sleep. Everytime i told her "night night" she'd shake her head again and again, even if she's so sleepy that she can't open her eyes. We fought like this till 3 am this morning. Towards the end i got really mad at her and yelled a little. Of course i felt sorry and bad for that. But i just couldn't help. I comforted myself by saying that every parents do that once in a while. But still... especially this morning on our way to day care, amy yelled a little, too. I can't tell what she's saying but i know she learnt that from me. Sigh.
Tuesday, October 26, 2004
The key "symptom" is that she has to be the one who decides everything. Like when i give her a cup of water, she'd shake her head vigorously. And then no more than 5 seconds later, she'd ask for one. When i finally give it her on her demand, she'd have this impression, like "i say when!", on her. She does that to everything.
In addition to that, we can't push her into doing anything. The more we push, the more she fights. They have this music lesson every Thursday. Amy loves it a lot. She'd sit there very quietly and smile, or dance a little. But she'd never touch anything the teacher put there. They tried to make her play the drums or other instrument. Everytime it ended with her scream. Actually she started to do that even when she's really little, like 4 or 5 months. Everytime when i tried to hold her hand to touch something, she'd fight really hard.
I talked about it with Alma and Nareen for a while. And the conclusion we reached is that Amy's like her daddy, has a strong personality.
Not long ago i was afraid she might become a push-over like me. Now that i found out she has a strong personality, i am still worried!
sigh, I am such a typical mom!
Monday, October 25, 2004
To be frank, i am rather amused than worried. I guess i am really bad in term of protecting amy and stuff... I just have confidence in her. She'll figure it out sooner than later.
Wednesday, October 20, 2004
After the cold, the diaper rash, now the picky diet. She is really driving me nuts from last weekend. Maybe today i'll take her to the playground to have some fun.
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Monday, October 18, 2004
Now her cold is getting better and she sleeps much better.
This morning she tried to say "Daven" and "Thank you". Of course not very clear. I guess only me and her daddy can understand her. Now she's at a stage that she likes to repeat everything we say. But she can only pronounce "b" and "d" well... so her vacabulary is quite limited.
After a weekend, this morning at day care she was extremely happy. Me, too. :p.
Thursday, October 14, 2004
Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Later when i dropped her off at the day care, i couldn't help complaining about this to naureen. I said, amy was really bad this morning. Naureen corrected me immediately. She said, no baby is bad. Liz said the same thing before to me. I felt so sorry at that point of time. I really shouldn't say this in front of Amy. Right now she still doesn't really know. When i said the B-word, she's happily chewing on her animal cracker. But I am sure sooner than i know, she'd be really hurt by my unintentional words. I have to watch out for that more carefully. HAVE TO!
Tuesday, October 12, 2004
Yesterday i took her to the sam's. She didn't give me too much trouble. Mostly because she's paying all her attention to this other family. It's an indian family with 2 girls around 8 or 9 and a smaller boy around 5 or 6. Amy keeps following them around whenever i took her out of the shopping cart. She'd wave at them and dance for them. The sisters liked her a lot. The little guy is another story, though. The mom noticed amy and "offered" to take her home. Amy didn't mind at all. She was happily holding one of the sisters' home, pretending i don't exist at all. The little guy suddenly screamed, "no!!!!!!!!!! our house can only hold us!!!!!!!" :)
Monday, October 11, 2004
Around midnight, i went into her room to check if she's warm enough. I was really careful that i swear i didn't make any noise. But somehow she still sensed i was there and woke up. That's when she decided to play with me. At first i just fled the room and let her cry. But she wouldn't give up that easily and cried for like 40 minutes. I gave up, stepped in, hugged her, rocked her, put her back to the crib... I don't know at which point during this process, but suddenly she became wild awake, started to smile at me, poke me, and even laugh out loud. I tried everything, from pretending this is the 8pm and going through the bed-time-ritual to just giving up and playing with her... Nothing worked. She became more and more awake. But at the same time she was really sleepy, kept rubbing her eyes...In the end, around 3pm, i got really mad and just left her in the crib. She cried furiously for about 15 minutes and went to sleep. At that point, i was so tired i didn't even check if she's warm enough...
Now that i told the whole story, somehow i felt i was the bad one. I was the one who woke her up, the one who cursed that i'd sell her on ebay, and the one who didn't care if she's warm enough... Sigh, how did it turn out this way? Maybe i won't show this post to Amy after all...
Friday, October 08, 2004
Then in the afternoon when i picked Amy up, there's this little tiny baby taking his bottle. I stepped over and played with his chubby feet for a while. Amy didn't mind at all. I was a little surprised. The other day i was trying to hold her and Avory at the same time. Amy got really mad. She was pushing Avory away pretty hard all the time. I thought she'd get jealous when i showed affection to that little baby. But she didn't. Alma told me she's really sweet with all the tiny ones. She'd go over, petting them very gently (thank God not like she pets the bugs...), and smiling. I'd say she's a sweetheart, too!
This morning on our way to the day care, she managed to pick up some crumbs and stuffed them all in her mouth. After swallowed those days-old crumbs down, she made this yummy noise and laughed out loud. I couldn't help laugh with her. She's so easy to be satisfied. Life is so much better when you are little.
Thursday, October 07, 2004
My mom bought her this book. It's like a deck of flash cards with pictures in it, all kinds of pictures, veggies, fruits, animals, flowers, kitchen appliance, office supply etc. Her favorite page is a calculator. Even when she won't take her food, as soon as i show her that page, she'd be happy to take whatever i give her. Calculator in Chinese has three characters, it's kind of hard to pronounciate. But she manage to say that. Of course i don't think anyone else can tell what she's saying. It's clear enough to me, though. Yesterday after she pointed at the page and said it herself. I gave her a real calculator. And she said it, too.
Books, keyboards, pens, now calculators...... Poor amy is gonna grow up like me, a geek. >_<
Wednesday, October 06, 2004
Tuesday, October 05, 2004
Everytime i chased her, she'd try run away, even after she fell down, she'd get up herself and run. We both laughed silly for a long time. Later on i got tired. So i just sat there and said "mommy's gonna get you~", she still laughed silly and run around all by herself. That was some QUALITY TIME together. :D
Monday, October 04, 2004
Sunday, October 03, 2004
She also knows how to say "pooh" now. Before she'd only whisper "pooh" when we say it to her. Now she can pick up the toy pooh and say it herself. The only problem is that she thinks all fluffy animals are "pooh", even some animal she never seen before at the leasing office' play room. Today i tried to correct her by telling her the one she picked up is piglet rather than pooh. She got really mad and throw the piglet away. Now that i think about it, i think i shouldn't have ruined her fun. Pooh for every animal is good enough for her and for me, any way.
Actually today i read from the internet that some baby can read more than 100 chinese character when she's the same age as Amy. I am NOT jealous at all. And this is not one of those "sour grape syndrom". Honestly, i don't want Amy to be extra smart or something like that. I even think too smart is a bad thing for kids. All i want from Amy is that she is happy, healthy and decent.
Thursday, September 30, 2004
Another problem now with amy is that she refuses to take milk from her cup. We tried sippie cup and straw cup. She can take water from those just fine. But not milk. Even when she's really sleepy and hungry and want her milk before bed time, if she sees a cup, she'd protest with arching her back, shaking her head and screaming bloody murder. I sincerely hope this is just a phase.
This past one year has taught me how to tell myself, this shall pass, too! So now let me say it one more time, this, shall pass, too!
Wednesday, September 29, 2004
She doesn't eat really well, though. She practically ate nothing during her lunch in the past couple of days. So today i asked the teachers to try the food from the cafeteria. Hopefully she'll like the change.
Tuesday, September 28, 2004
Now that she can see us driving, she figured out "how to drive" herself. Yesterday we took her to Kroger. They have this kinda shopping cart for kids that looks like a racing car. Before, when we put her in there, she didn't pay attention to the wheel at all. Yesterday she grabbed onto the wheel and started to steer it away with this proud expression on her face. Who wouldn't feel proud for her?
Monday, September 27, 2004
For example, she knows we like to see her "dance", or make the kissing noise. Everytime we tease her by holding a ball high, or refusing to read the book to her, she'd dance a little, or make the kissing noise, in hoping we'd give her whatever she wants.
Also, she learnt "ah-oh" from other babies in her day care. So she thinks this is a "universal" language among kids. The other day, when i took her to the play ground, she saw a couple of bigger kids playing ball together. She really wanted to join them. So she yelled "ah-oh" repeatedly at them. They didn't notice, or, they didn't understand what she's doing. She's really dissappointed. She even danced a little for them, too.
I know this is natural for a baby her age. But still, i want her to be independent, to have her own mind, to hold her own ground, not to worry about what others think, or, at least, not to worry too much...... Maybe i want too much. Maybe i should set an example for her. Or, maybe, i should just let her be. :p
Saturday, September 25, 2004
What makes it even worse is that i got this cold from her. Now i am feeling weary.
Friday, September 24, 2004
Well, i shouldn't complain about it since this is what i always wanted. And actually i am happy that she likes the day care so much. Her daddy and i don't have that much friends here. I was always afraid she'd be a loner.
Actually... on the second thought, i am having much more complicated feeling than just "happy" towards this whole day care situation... For example, they have this new baby in the room, melissa. She was crying so hard yesterday it almost broke my heart. Amy was like that a month ago. Moments like this reminds me of her first couple of days, which makes me feel really guilty. But i am also very proud of amy that she's doing so well. In the mean time there's also the feeling of "let go". Now she's only 1 year old, and sometime she is not very "attached" to me any more... Like i told one of my friends the other day, damn, parenting is hard!
Any way, amy's getting better and better from her cold. Got a bad diaper rash though.
Hope she won't get sick again in the near future...
Thursday, September 23, 2004
So i decided to send amy to day care today. She was so bored at home sometime she just sat there. I was afraid after so many days at home she'd forget all about the place. But she didn't . The minute we walked into the door, she lighted up. She waved at all the teachers as if she was some prime minister coming to another country. When i gave her to one of the teachers, she didn't cry at all. She was so busy looking at things she even didn't have time to wave bye bye to me.
Today's their music lesson day, too. Hope she'll enjoy it.
Wednesday, September 22, 2004
Poor Amy, she became so uncomfortable that she wouldn't even take milk now. It's really hard to keep her hydrated.
Yesterday her daddy taught her how to say "muaaaaaaaaaa", the kissing noise. Everytime we kiss her, we make that noise. Now she can repeat after us. She also tried to say "car" in Chinese. Sometime when we say some big word, she'd look at our mouth really hard, trying to figure out how to say those.
Monday, September 20, 2004
She also didn't eat well. I guess her throat was making her uncomfortable.
Tomorrow i will take her to the ped's office. We were hoping that we could save the trip since amy really hates to go to the doctors. But i can't watch her coughing like this any more. Even though i know the ped probably will just tell us to keep her hydrated blah blah blah... still, some words/reassurance from the professional will make us feel better.
Please, whoever is listening up there, let amy be better tomorrow.
Last night her temperature peaked to 102 degree. Praying for her to get better soon.
Sunday, September 19, 2004
And this time is the worst. She was still pretty active for the last two times, eating ok and also keep playing. Not this time. This morning she got a fever about 100 degree. Even after i gave her tylenol, the temperature was still around 99. She didn't eat much lunch and threw up most of it.In the afternoon for about 2 hours she didn't do anything but lying on my stomach and whining... Poor thing.
I know she's supposed to catch virus from day care and this even is good for her in some sense. But it's still really hard for us.
Hope she'll be better soon. I will take a day off tomorrow.
Friday, September 17, 2004
Then yesterday morning after her bottle, she started to wave byebye to her daddy furiously, as if she can't wait to go to the day care. And when we arrived there, she was so eager to go play she didn't even wave to me. Bad girl. :p
I am glad it only took her 3 weeks to like day care. I guess she is a friendly girl by nature.
Today after i dropped her off, i peeked a little bit. Spence, a 6 month guy, kept following her around. When she finally sat down to play with some toys, Spence even tried to climb onto her. She didn't push him away. Maybe some day she'll be a good big sister. :D
I took her to the office two weeks ago because she has a mild temperature. Back then the ped sort of poked into her throat, which made her extremely uncomfortable. Apparently she remembered it all. Yesterday she even wouldn't let me lay her on the examination bed. She cried even more furiously when the ped tried to look into her ears. Actually even at home, she won't let me touch any part of her face... werid little girl.
But any way, she's fine. She even didn't have a temperature after the shots. When she was 6 months, her temperature reached 103 degree during the night.
I have to go get some CD. Joyce told me she listened to Itsy Bitsy Spider a lot at day care. I even didn't know what that is. :( I guess that's the problem of having a baby in another country. We'll have to "grow" up together with her. Well, maybe it's more of a blessing than problem.
Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Yesterday I took Amy to my office. She even met the Dean. She was in a very good mood, waving and smiling at everybody. Also an indicator that she has adjusted to life there.
Tuesday, September 14, 2004
She likes the lights inside our car a lot. Everytime we stop the car, the light will go on automatically. So now whenever we enter or stop the car, she'd look at the light and wait for it to light up. Then she'd point at it and smile.
This morning i was feeding her on the balcony. She likes it there so that she can see cars coming and going. She pointed at the lamps on the balcony. So i said, "deng", that's lamp in Chinese. She said it back. We kept doing it for a couple of times. She enjoyed it very much.
Soon she will be a little chatter box, i believe. I am just wondering if it's a Chinese chatter box or an English one...
Monday, September 13, 2004
This morning her daddy found out that she knew how to dance. Whenever we sing "twinkle twinkle little star", she'd swing a little and also bounce up and down.
She learns things pretty fast. Yesterday she even took her formula from her straw cup.
She's still a little bit clingy, though. She'd walk towards me, sit down and then lie on my legs for a couple of minutes before she can go play by herself again.
Thursday, September 09, 2004
开始耍小聪明，每次妈妈要HAVE SERIOUS TALK WITH HER，就瞄准一个目标乱指，妄图转移妈妈的注意力。不喜欢妈妈碰可是想要妈妈手里面的梳子就绕到妈妈旁边去够梳子以为妈妈抓不到她。妈妈送去幼儿园还是要哭给妈妈看，妈妈一出门口就算了，好汉不能够乱吃眼前亏。拣起什么破烂儿背过身去吃，酱紫妈妈看不见。
You are 1 year old today.
In the past 1 year, you grew up a loooooooot and also learnt a looooooooooooot. roll over... sit up...crawl...walk... You are a big girl now.
Also in the past 1 year, you made us so happy and proud that sometime i can't believe i can have this much emotions.
I love you very much.
Wednesday, September 08, 2004
Amy started doing this last weekend. Less than 1 year old! I do hope she won't stop listening to me later on.
It's saturday and after 1 week at day care, she's really clingy. I was cooking and feeling tired. She still wanted me to hold her. So i calmly told her, mommy's busy, go play with yourself. Of course she wouldn't listen and started to scream/semi-cry. After 10 minutes or so, i got really mad at her and just ignored her. Then she burst into her real cry. That's when i tried to have a "serious" talk with her. I was trying to reason with her while holding her in my arms. She just wouldn't listen and kept pointing at one of the pictures we put up on the wall.
I really can see a little me doing exactly the same thing like she. I can't say i am happy about her defying me. But strangely, it did amused me a little bit.
But she still doesn't like to socialize with other babies. She kept to herself most of the time. I guess she'll start to play with others eventually.
Yesterday i took her to my office after the day care. She liked the vending machine on our floor. She'd point at it and say "ah ah ah ah". So i tried to lead her to touch it. But she didn't want to. It's exactly like the time we took her to the playground. There were a bunch of kids who's making a lot of noises. She'd squat down and observe them for a long time. But never tried to get close to them... So i can imagine her "loner" behavior in the day care. Hopefully this is just a phase.
Tuesday, September 07, 2004
Amy's a big girl now. 23lb 1oz. 7 teeth, the 8th is on the way. There's also a molar coming out, according to the ped.
Started walking around her 11months. Already has the intention of escaping from mommy and daddy.
Know how to say "baba" and "dadda" for quite a while. Only say "mama" when she wants something. When i say "pooh" to her, she'd whisper "pooh". If i say "done", she'd yell "da"!
After 3 days at home, she thought we'd stopped the day care thing. So the minute we stepped into the infant room, she started to cry furiously.
Last week when i dropped her off, she'd cry only a little bit. Today she cried for half a minute.
She still has a little bit runny nose. Don't know if it'll get worse.
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
妈妈在门口站了十分钟，皮皮一直都狠繁忙，偶尔东张西望，笑是没笑，不过哭也没有。 昨天阿姨说皮皮还是狠喜欢一个人，自己走柳儿，或者坐在自己的小床里面玩儿小毯毯， 人家和她有了距离，她才和人家招手，人家要是过去想哄她，她反而大哭。妈妈听着就觉得她可怜，站在门口希望她去招惹别的小胖胖。她终于还是没有去。一个光头小胖胖今天穿了新裙子，跑到皮皮旁边的镜子那里去臭美，她也只是静静的看。
Tuesday, August 24, 2004
进得屋来。小朋友一干人等正在钻纸箱子玩乐。皮皮看的甚是眼馋，仍然钩住妈妈的脖子不放手。想想小孩子也真是可怜，以为拉住一点就是拉住所有，前路坎坷浑然不知，只有一切降临才能咬牙应付，唉。。。转念一想，焉知这又不是幸福呢？。。。正在遐想，阿姨过来问皮皮早饭，直起身来答话。皮皮丢了抓挠，大哭不已。阿姨使眼色要妈妈撤退。 妈妈终于不忍心，抱起来好好安慰。对话五分钟全都好好的，不哭不闹了，妈妈刚说，“ 妈妈要走了”，又开始疯狂大喊。钩紧妈妈的脖子不放手，阿姨抢过，妈妈亲亲胖脸，掰开胖手，毅然的开始徘徊在门外。
Monday, August 23, 2004
Saturday, May 22, 2004
喜欢MACARONI AND CHEESE，胡萝卜和菠菜很恶心。
不喜欢的包括：HIGH CHAIR、CAR SEAT、热、被救火队吵醒、天气不好、天气太好晒得慌
Saturday, May 08, 2004
Tuesday, April 06, 2004
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
妈妈一个没留神，“ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO DELETE？”的窗口就冒了出来，妈妈又
Monday, February 16, 2004
Friday, January 16, 2004