raising a genius
January 15, 2009 § 4 Comments
i’m quite sure every parent believe that their kid(s) are special.
i mean in any possible way.
so do i.
but i always wonder, how to teach my son to be good, at least better than the one i used to be.
it’s quite disappointed to hear this so-familiar phrase like;
“it’s no surprise. he is your son. he is just so much like you when you were much younger, remember?”.
oh yes. i know i know. i was the perfect example of a not-good kid.
but of course i want my kid(s) to be much better than i am.
anyway. here’s another part of it.
today i had a discussion with the kindy principal. she alerted their concerns about my special little hero. so far (up to 2nd week now) he still refuse to join their programs ie learning activity such writing, reading and such. he plays well but he just mind his own business and too much occupied by his own interest.
what should i do? so she suggested a therapist.
once (or twice) some time ago the Paed had highlighted about consulting a speech therapist but i tried to reason by giving a chance for Jr to speak naturally so we send him to school and daycare instead. let him into the environment with other kids so perhaps they will start communicating.
maybe now i should turn into Option A again.
but just i feel quite disturbed again by these coming special session.
maybe i’m quite nervous too.
anyway, he’s always my special little genius, nevertheless.