Mummy simpsons: Really kiasu?

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Mummy simpsons: Really kiasu?

Postby simpsons » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:19 am

Hi, I am a newie and had a gal who is 15mth old... currently taken care of by my mother..but thinking of putting her in childcare so that she can learn to socialise and pick up some skills.. btw i have also enrolled her for weekend GUG class..starting this week....am i being kiasu?

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Postby qms » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:23 am

:welcome:

You consider that kiasu? :P

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Postby simpsons » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:24 am

qms wrote::welcome:

You consider that kiasu? :P


Haha.. infact, i wanted to enrol my gal for zoophonics as well for another weekend session but my hubby give me black face...arrrggg..

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Postby qms » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:28 am

Well, I see people looking for primary schools for their unborn kids! :!: :wink:

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Postby MMM » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:36 am

simpsons wrote: Haha.. infact, i wanted to enrol my gal for zoophonics as well for another weekend session but my hubby give me black face...arrrggg..


If he can't beat you, he will eventually join you :lol:

I was the type of mum who sent my kids to different classes at 18 month. JG bilingual playclub, Seimpei music,etc.... I do have some learnings along the way eg. are some of those things really value add :? That is a separate discussion.

So my hubby was gradually trained to get used to sending kids for classes. Just 2 years back, he would still complain about our weekends being packed with classes and can the timing be better,etc.... But this year, when we are sending our no. 3 for new class and his parents were like... K1 must go for some many classes??? My hubby was like, yes for language, it's good to expose them while young and not when they are having problems. So I can clearly see that he is now a convert :rahrah:

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Postby LKVM » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:54 am

Welcome to KSP,. u r perfect parent and good enuf to joing KSP

:P

:welcome: :welcome: :welcome:

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Postby tankee » Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:07 am

:welcome: to KSP!

:celebrate:

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Postby simpsons » Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:08 am

MMM wrote:
simpsons wrote: Haha.. infact, i wanted to enrol my gal for zoophonics as well for another weekend session but my hubby give me black face...arrrggg..


If he can't beat you, he will eventually join you :lol:

I was the type of mum who sent my kids to different classes at 18 month. JG bilingual playclub, Seimpei music,etc.... I do have some learnings along the way eg. are some of those things really value add :? That is a separate discussion.

So my hubby was gradually trained to get used to sending kids for classes. Just 2 years back, he would still complain about our weekends being packed with classes and can the timing be better,etc.... But this year, when we are sending our no. 3 for new class and his parents were like... K1 must go for some many classes??? My hubby was like, yes for language, it's good to expose them while young and not when they are having problems. So I can clearly see that he is now a convert :rahrah:


Hahah :lol: ..
I like your saying .."if he cant beat you he will join u.."..:D

:D your hubby really changed leh.. hey would you mind to share which weekend class is good?

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Postby simpsons » Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:09 am

qms wrote:Well, I see people looking for primary schools for their unborn kids! :!: :wink:


haha.. i just doing a search for the primary school yesterday.. and my husband also why i so ks one..:S :idea:

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Postby BlurBee » Thu Mar 04, 2010 12:05 pm

:welcome:

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