She loves reading (or rather looking at) books and most animals she can easily recognize. We are moving on to alphabet and I'm asking our yaya to also teach her to alternate learning with playing. I want to enroll her to a toddler, play school may be more apt a term but so far, all the schools I've inquired in offers DAILY classes. This makes me hesitant because I think the daily rigors of going to "school" might be too much for her and make her lose interest when it is time to enroll her as a student. I found one that offers a weekly class but the venue is quite far. We might take a trial class and see how she responds. I just want her to be able to interact with other kids and get used to having to listen to a teacher and follow instructions. I'm taking hubby with me so we could make a joint decision for later if we are to decide to enroll her to a semester.
Her birthday is a few months away but I'm not planning any thing at all. I remember last year when I was busy planning her first birthday and how all my hard work had paid off. Well, I'm keeping my promise to hubby and will content myself with whatever simple celebration we could come up with for G's 2nd birthday. Hubby had wanted to take her to Manila Ocean Park but due to schedule conflicts, it had been put off for now. So I told M that we could do the Ocean Park visit on G's birthday :)
Every single day with Georgie is absolutely amazing. Yes, there are times that I just want to tear my hair out - a good example is when I'm absolutely tired and Georgie would not let up on her babbling and singing before bedtime. My body is crying out for sleep and would not want to budge from lying down but then Georgie would be roaming the room, getting on a chair, "testing out" electrical sockets... aaaargghhh! But I can't, I just can't stay angry with her for too long. A smile, a hug is all that it takes and then I'm putty. Hehe. I know that there will be challenging times as she grows older. I can't honestly say that I'm not anxious but I can honestly say that I would wlecome them with an open heart and mind. I and my daughter both, are still exploring the world of parenting and growing up. Just like other parents, I would wish that she be safely cocooned in my arms but that would be selfish. So I could just fervently pray that God will guide us in raising up a family and protect our daughter at all times.
Anyway, enough of the pagsisimiyento :) Mothers out there would understand the state of mind I'm in whilst writing this post. Hahaha! Next up, kakikayan naman!