March 21, 2012
March 06, 2012
is down with high fever today :( When he woke up in the morning, his body seemed just a wee bit warm. Thought I would send him to school after giving him the usual dose of crocin - after all school is just for 4 hours. He asked me a couple of times if he had fever but I told him he didn't - just so that he wouldn't use it as an excuse to skip school and also I felt he was OK enough to go. But then he looked at me with his puppy eyes and told me 'Mama, I am not feeling well, I don't want to go to school'. That was it - it melted my heart - and he got his day off in a second. However, after a couple of hours, the fever was blazing and my poor baby really wasn't feeling well. He was telling me the truth after all. I was so glad that I listened to him and didn't shoo him off to school - I would have surely regretted it. It seems like he has a viral fever and here he is fast asleep with his teddy bear. Get well soon, my Son!! Love you lots and lots and lots!
March 05, 2012
And the school year is almost coming to an end!! Adi's first school year in Bangalore has just flown by and I guess I can safely assume that he really enjoyed his school and his new friends. And to think that last year around this time, I was worrying myself silly wondering if he would have any problems adjusting to school, if he would be able to cope with the writing, new ways of teaching, etc, etc. Well, all the worry was for nothing at all - Adi adjusted pretty well, made thick friends in the very first week, coped with the writing (I should be thankful to the school and his class teacher for being patient with him), enjoyed all his extra curricular classes and events, got to participate in a couple of inter school athletic events, performed very well in his mid-term assessments and has grown taller, naughtier and probably a little wiser as well.
So, alls well that ends well. Am already looking forward to the next year and the mad morning rush but at the same time dreading the ICSE syllabus and if my baby will be able to cope with it. But hopefully March next year, I will be thinking that all the worry was for nothing and all will end well once again.