My daughter just turned 27 months Â ( 2 years old and 3 months) last August 29 Â and I am happy that at her age, she can already say Please, Thank You, Â Sorry and Po. Â Funny because sometimes even if she’s the one hurt, she will still say sorry. We are also fond of her when she answered Po whenever we call her name. Sometimes she also say Excuse Me when she wants to pass by and someone is in her way. Although, Â she can’t utter the words clearly yet, the sounds “shoos me” will made you realize that she is saying excuse me.
It is really nice that she learned these word early. Â These maybe simple words but later on her life, these words will somehow define her character. Â And whether I like it not, people will judge her base on how appropriately she use these words. Â I taught her these words because I believe that the earlier she learned these word the less she will forget them when she grows old. Â And I am praying that she will grow up with an attitude and character that is pleasing to God.
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i have fun with this with our son (n years and 7 months) every time he says thank you, may kasunod na ur welcome lol..
this is such a coincident! i have twins named elysia raine and scieszka raine! we got their names from the anime “The Alchemist” too! i was choosing of whether going on with Winry but Scieszka’s character – being intelligent gave me the idea to pick.
and i assume you know who Elysia is..hehe 🙂
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where did you get your daughter’s name?
that’s really good momi mylene, the earlier na turuan ng good manners ang bata the better. Kudos to you for that!
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Great job Mommy! That’s the way to go! Teaching kids how to be polite is certainly important.. 🙂
musta na mommy? kisses to ur cutee one 🙂
Thanks Mommy Yami 🙂
Its so nice to hear kids learn how to say polite words at an early age. ok ‘yan. you’re doing a good job, mommy. keep it up! 🙂