So proud of my baby today…
She became the little Santa to the kids of hubby’s friends along the street of our neighborhood. They were only 5 kids, so we bought 5 gifts.
I wanted to take pictures of her while giving gifts… but I thought people may think that it was for the show so I don’t have any pictures to say that she distributed some gifts.
I know it was only 5 gifts but what I’m proud of is when I asked Little Zoie how does she feel when she gave the gifts, she said: “I’m happy!”. You can really see it in her eyes, her eyes were smiling when she was giving gifts.
That is what I want to teach my Little Zoie, to feel the happiness in her heart whenever she give something to other people. The light feeling you feel when you give or help other people. And I’m proud to say, she is starting to be a GIVER!
I so love you, my Little Zoie! ♥♥♥
Mommy Moments #
My Little Zoie has been delaying writing her first Santa letter since last week. But last Tuesday morning, we finally finished it.
Here’s what she wrote:
I have been a good girl, can you give me a pink bicycle this Christmas?
I actually wrote this letter, I made it a short letter because she’ll still not used to writing sentences, just a couple of writing drills for our free time. She just copied the letter enthusiastically but stops, every now and then when she’s not confident of herself in writing certain letters.
With cheering words, she finally finished it.
I agree, my Little Zoie has been growing to be a very good girl. I’m sure Santa will definitely give her her biggest Christmas wish list of all.
Yup, that one is the biggest and expensive yet… and her list doesn’t end here.
Here are her complete Christmas Wish List:
- Bike (With Basket and Bell and Safety Gears such as helmet, elbow and knee pads)
- Barbie Doll (with friends and boy friend)
- Hoola Hoop
- Jump Rope
- Roller Skates
- Big Cooking Toys
The first and the second are the expensive ones… Haha! The rest mommy and daddy can handle it.
What do you think of her Christmas Wish List? :-)
Mommy Moments #
Kids In Doodles #18
Every morning, after breakfast, we sometimes go back to bed and just enjoy each other’s company. We sing, dance, look outside the window and watch the clouds. Or simply lie down, shower Little Zoie with hugs and kisses, and cuddle each other.
These are great morning bonding times.
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