Then only I realised that I have tons of pictures in here, transferred from the camera since last year.
Knowing that it will take me a huge effort to look back at them after I transferred all into the external hard drive, I figured I'm gonna make it my target this month to post all important events that I have failed to timely blog about, before I transferred the pictures out of this laptop.
So, here goes..
Event : Salsabiila Sports Carnival & Graduation Day
Date : 14th November 2010
Location : Singgahsana Hotel, Petaling Jaya.
Salsabiila holds this Graduation ceremony at the end of each year which rotates between Sports Day and Performance Day.
As for Amin, this was an extra special event because he officially graduated from the nursery.
Yup, believe it when I say that Salsabiila not kidding when it comes to graduation ceremony.
Just like the real university, complete with scroll, robe, hat and pre photo shoot session !
The event started as early as 8.30am, with just like any other sports day, to begin with the marching by all sports-house.
The marching theme for this year was "Free Palestine".
Here's the Blue team's banner..
But let the truth be told that it's actually very fun to participate in such themed events and the kids really had fun dressing up to the cause.
After the marching, the fun continued with kids running around doing aerobics-dance--with-pompom-plus-marshal-art kinda choreographic.
Hmm.. very hard to interpret what was actually happening as I was busy laughing out loud seeing Amin doing this moves.
Amin participated in several events, more like a mini decathlon.
He participated in the lollipop event, whereby all 2 year olds lined up and run/ walk/ crawl/ however way they like, towards a plate filled with lollipop, took one, and stick it onto a sponge case.
Sounds simple, aye?
Well, for a 2 year old, it was not!
With kids screaming, crying, clinging to mommies, it was the most difficult game to conduct !!
But I am so proud for Arif who although looked at lost, he managed to walk towards the plate, hold onto a lolly drop it onto the case.
And the reward was that he got to eat it afterwards. Yeay!
It's hard for me to be happy and at the same time realised that my boy is now stepping into the real school environment.