The people who took care of the Children’s program at the conference we had in Chiangmai left us with many toys and crafts– they wanted to get rid of the extra luggage when they’d travel back to Australia.
One of the things that they left us was this colored wig made out of glossy strips. When I saw Ria wearing it, I thought she and Roi could pose for me as my little rakistas (rock and roll stars). Haha!
I also love this one, just sweet smiles– because rock stars can be sweet too! Why not?
And this has become my profile photo for today:
I am just one of those moms who dreams big (maybe way too big) for their kids. Both my children are musically inclined, and I couldn’t be any prouder. I want them to soar on higher heights and explore their music and be excellent at it!
Have your little ones ever taken you by surprise? I am sure you would answer “yes”– in fact, our tots have the capacity to surprise and amaze us everyday, don’t they?
Ria is normally shy, but she has this amazing creativity of making gowns and attires out of towels, blankets or anything she could find useful.
And our model has this beautiful smile– Who knows where her dreams would take her? And yes, me the proud mom had to take photos!
She was still seven when she made this on the computer– without a mouse to aid her! Isn’t it awesome? I really kept this because our girl is really naturally techie and an artist, too! Look at those fine lines she had to make and separate those colors. Amazing job for a seven year-old, I should say.
Many times I get amazed at how she would teach me how to do things on the computer– I’m like, “Hey, how come I didn’t know that?” But I guess I have to accept the fact that children are really advanced technologically these days.
So far I could only see to be very interested in computers, but I have not seen her keen on fixing things– a handy woman would really be cool, I guess! Can you imagine her with a tool box filled with tools and a spanner wrench?