Z has his consultation with the development pediatrician every 6 months. Last month, we visited the good doctor for his first session this year.
Dev-pedia consults are actually nerve-wracking for me. Sometimes, or most of the time, I feel like I am not doing enough once I find out that Z’s progress is very slow. Last month’s consultation was somehow better. His assessment? A charming little boy of stated age. I love that!
Z is definitely growing up so fast. He just turned 3 last August and I have been watching him closely for quite some time now. I can’t really say that he is still a baby (literally) because I can feel how heavy he already is whenever I carry him (which is most of the time). He only wants to be cuddled when he’s not feeling well else he wants to just run around and play with his toys. He still definitely loves cars, music, books and water.
“If they can’t learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn.” This is the adage that stuck to me when I attended the Ogalala Workshop last July 19 at Toy Kingdom Megamall. OI’ve heard many times that children learn through play. However, I never realized that every discovery of a child leads to something useful when as they grow up. And with each discovery, we, as parents, should be there to guide them. Since I’ve learned that my son has Down syndrome, I’ve been searching for seminars and workshops about child development. This is because I wanted […]