Whose that little monster on Aiden’s shirt?
It’s Aiden… if you ask him.
This little monster cracks me up!
He’s finally got the color brown down.
If only he would keep his temper down.
One small dislike and he doesn’t want “it.”
“It” is what he wanted just a moment ago.
But if you take it away he gets upset too.
It’s a no-win situation.
Often times it ends up with Aiden in time out so he can calm down.
But when he chooses to be a good boy, he really is.
If I tell him I’m hurt he will give me a hug and kiss.
He even learned to share recently.
He didn’t want to share with Daddie.
But I told him that Daddie helped him prepare the fruit and Daddie didn’t have any yet.
Then he was willing to share.
When we went to feed the ducks, I told him he can’t be like the ducks and be so selfish.
“You’ve got to share Aiden.”
And he yelled at the ducks “Share, Share!”
What a know-it-all!
There was one night he didn’t sleep well at all.
He woke up every few hours.
When I asked him if he had a nightmare, he said “yeah”
I don’t know if he really understood, but he answered me.
He’s been liking to have a variety of fruits.
No repeats on consecutive nights.
So we’ve had to make sure we stock up.
After a third attempt (and probably sweeter fruit) he finally ate the 沙田柚 from my parents yard.
One time before we left home, Aiden brought his water bottle to Daddie to make sure Daddie brings it with us.
But while cleaning we also found he stuffed a monkey toy in a hole in the computer.
It had lots of dust on it, who knows how long it’s been there!
Wonder what we will find next.
His biggest thing this week: sweeping.
He keeps saying Aiden 掃地
What a nice Valentine’s day book from his teacher.
He can’t say her name, but when I ask him who is Ms. Kanchana, he will say teacher.