|Aisha's genuine moves in Taman Suropati|
1. Books related stimulation
|Aisha reads a small books on her own.|
2. Outdoor Stimulations
|Aisha asked us to ride her a horse in ITB Campus in one sunday morning|
|Ragunan Cycling is one of our most routine outdoor activities|
|Watering is her favourite|
|She said: "adek..mimik ya?" to a doll. Ah she is no longer a baby.|
|Aihsa shows us where is Simbah, and here she goes pointing while laughing.|
I guess most parents like to buy toys for their kids. I do too. But what makes me excited in buying new toys for her is that I believe those toys could build someting in Aisha's development. BUT, actually, the bad news is that, most of Aisha's toys is educative toys...and probably less fun than any challenging toys. I realized this when my husband reminded me that Aisha's toys are "serious" ones (wooden blocks, bricks, wire game, Do-re-mi musics, books, flash cards, sortings, etc). Well, I don't want to waste my money, right? haha. Luckily since last week Aisha started her daycare. And in the daycare there are aloooot of challenging toys that attract Aisha's attention. It was a surprised for me that she enjoyed alot the toys, and stimulate her to move, to walk, to climb, and probably boost her adrenalin (plosotan) as she plays them by her own. So I guess this combination has been perfect for her, Alhamdulillah.
|A corner where we gather most of Aisha's toys|
|Toys in the daycare|
|Toys presentation :p|
I also thanks to God for entrusting Aisha in our care.