Hao Re said goodbye to his teachers and friends on the 30th July 2010. He will be starting a new school on the 2nd August. Not sure how would Hao Re adapt to the change, after all, he has been attending the same school from 2 months old till now. He recognised the route from home to school very well, remember every single turning :-) Hope the transition would not be a harsh one for him. We have been prepping him with the upcoming change, and he seems to accept it pretty well. He visited the school with us and he seemed to be happy with the new school (but really can't tell until he starts). I am sad because I cannot chat with the teachers anymore, who I see as good friends, who I respect, who I have learnt a lot from, who have witnessed Hao Re's growing up, from a little tiny baby to a young boy now who is almost 70% of my height (ya, ya, I know I am short, but he is growing up fast!), and who love and care for Hao Re. Well, never mind. Like everything else in our life, we just have to move on, don't we?
Coincidentally, hubby will be changing to a new job in August also. So daddy will be on standby mode for Hao Re for his first week at the new school, in case he needs more adjustment for the new teachers/friends/environment. I will be taking 1 day off on Monday, to send him to school on his first day and then can go dating with hubby (we haven't been going out without the kids for a very long time already!).
And also we will be spending the coming weekend in KL to celebrate Xi Yu's 1st birthday (she is turning 1 year old in 3 weeks, it's a early celebration as we want to make use of the National Day long weekend). So that's something we are looking forward to, to meeting our dear families and friends at KL. Surely Hao Re and Xi Yu will be very happy to see them all, and be the stars of the crowd! And me and hubby hope to get a few hours of kids free time so that we can go for a spa or something. Win-win situation :-)