The wonders of a camera. It can really bring about mood changes in the expression of the subject within minutes. You just have to see how Tiger girl perks up once the camera is on her. You can see how she switches from a “I’m bored” expression to a ” Yeah!! you are focusing on me in the 3rd shot of the collage above.
Tiger girl in a car seat
Here’s another shot for the camera!!
Do you find the camera an instant mood changer for your kids too?
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Tiger girl is 26 months old this November. I’ve seen a drastic change in her since she turned two. Nope I ‘m not talking about the terrible twos and toddler tantrums but her physical and mental progression. I consider two years old as a really magical age for a child.
Within these two month she has progressed from speaking in simple sentences to complex sentences. She can hold her own two way conversation with me and is able to tell exactly what she wants. Tiger girl is also singing more different nursery rhymes in both English and Mandarin. This little girl simply loves singing and will break out into songs whenever we are travelling together in the car. Sometimes she would request that I sing along with her while on other occasions she would be singing alone.
Tiger girl is able to recognize alphabets and simple words. She can also spot and recognize numbers from 1-20. It amazes me when she suddenly starts pointing to words or numbers that she sees around here when we out and loudly exclaims “That’s a Number 5!” or ” That’s an Apple!!” Her learning has accelerated a lot these few months and she seems to have grown up and matured a lot since hitting the big 2.
My little girl has her own fashion preference and would pick out her own attire if we were going out. She has a liking for items in pink or purple and loves Care bears and Hello Kitty. She also loves playing trains and guns with her brothers and the three of them can hole up in the boys room for hours playing together.
Do you notice a drastic change in your child after he/she turned two?
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