Meanwhile, my son became adept at being a suitcase baby, then a toddler and to a running one. Home, airport, walkabout, airport and back home are checkpoints to him. But there were also a lot of waiting at these checkpoints and between; so we took pictures and read to each other, as well reading street names, signage, menus and exhibition narratives. My son must have thought that reading is a skill needed to be acquired just like talking and walking. Along the way he learned to read maps too. " I want a map, please." was one of his constant requests. By the time we arrived at Disney, he was in charge with getting us around. That he is now 13, map reading no longer seems to be his obsession. Lost of interest to where he is? Or that now geography lesson is becoming too much of a school work than fun of running around. Hmmm we have to have a talk on this.
|King's Park, Perth|
Meh, he is just trying to get that PS 4, which he knew very well is going to be a long wait, if we ever going to get one. He has been chasing this elusive PSD (Play station deluxe) since eons.