Det är alltid lika spännade att komma till dagis och hämta lilla O….

Man vet liksom aldrig vad som väntar…

Likaväl som att man  kan få vara  med om jakten på Ranelid och spionerna  på morgonen på väg till dagis ja då kan det vara…..

Einstein man får med sig hem…..

Lilla O nekade bestämt att han var på dagis utan det var unge herr Einstein!

Jaja, bara att plocka med sig Einstein till affären och handla, han var betydligt lugnare än vad lilla O brukar vara och tittade försynt på allt genom sina nya kloka ögon…

och presenterade sig för allt och alla….

– Det är jag som är Einstein!

Jojo, undrar vad som väntar idag….

Vem brukar ni få med er hem från dagis/skolan?

Missa inte mina tävlingar här och här.

kram Diana



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    • I do see where you are coming from on this, and yes it is sad that partens would rather resort to just popping in a video or game to teach the kids with. But, it is by far better than all those violent ones that some partens let their kids watch and play.My family has 6 kids in it and when we were growing up we played games together that would help our memory, hand-eye coordination, and such. I would much rather pass that on to my daughter than just popping in a video or letting her play a video game. But sometimes it helps along with the hands on stuff that we do with her. It wants to be more well rounded with some partens and not just perfectly rely on technology to teach the kids.

  1. Tack för kommentaren! Ja visst är klänningen helt ljuvlig ! 🙂
    Vilken trevlig blogg du har och jag tycker att Einstein där verkar vara väldigt smart, vem hade inte velat kunna bli einstien så där för en dag 😉
    Underbart med så mycket fantasi ! 🙂

    • I reckon that these games are a fitaastnc addtion to one on one time. They should never be a subsitute for it.Educational games may look like the kid is sitting there in a trance furiously pushing buttons, but they do have some very excellent qualities. Most of the games require critical breakdown, conundrum solving, deductive reasoning, memory, hand-eye coordination, goal setting (get to the next level) and more conundrum solving with collecting data (info) or tools (that really cool dungeon key!). So the real skill is in transfering all those skills into the real world.

    • Even if youngster are tahgut anything to that effect, that learning is mitigated over time once you cross a certain age group, say 23 or beyond..I haven’t seen more cookie cutter growth beyond that point but interesting quote nevertheless.

  2. Hi hi… de är så himla roliga ju! 🙂 Mina ungdomar är stora nu, den ”minsta” är 15 år. Saknar de där roliga, goa kommentarerna och fantasin som fanns då de var små faktiskt. 🙂 Nu är de ju roliga och goa på annat sätt.
    Kram och ha en fin dag!

    • .One of the trainers roaemd into the room, saw my fascination with the dogand approached me.“Are you interested in this one?”“How old is he?” I asked.“Two,” she replied.Just what I wanted. I did not want to have to train a puppy. “What can you tell me about him? I asked.“He’s a really sweet dog, as you can see. Still a puppy, so he chews a lot.”Two years old and still chewing, I thought. That doesn’t sound good to me.I stepped away and looked at the other dogs in their cages.A small black and brown puppy, one ear up, the other flopping down, looked back at me. She had eyebrows. I was a sucker for dogs with eyebrows. I didn’t want a puppy. She sure was cute.“What kind of dog is she?” I asked the trainer.“A husky mix,” she replied. “Her name is Sarah. She was one too many inthe litter, and the owner couldn’t keep her.I wondered why she was the one selected to go.“How old is she?” I asked.“Four months,” the trainer replied.“I didn’t want a puppy.“Can I walk her?”The trainer removed the pup from the cage, put her on a leash, and handed itto me. I really didn’t want a puppy.We walked around the store, in and out of aisles, before returning to the trainer.She was so cute. I didn’t want a puppy.“I’ll take her,” I said.After checking her out at the counter, I took her outside and put her in the front seat of my truck and headed home.Once we arrived in my driveway, I opened my door, and before I could stop her, Sarah jumped out and raced away.I chased her down the street and in and out of people’s yards, until I cornered herin one and took her home.Soon I discovered that Sarah was housebroken, seemed sweet, but had a few problems. She didn’t want to be told “no.” “Bad dog” sent her underthe bed barking. She dug under the gate and got out of the yard. Chasing her becamethe norm. She jumped up against the arcadia door when she wanted to come in. Luckily she was still a puppy and the glass was strong. Once, after taking her for a walk in the park, I put her in the back of the truck and headed home, stopping on the way to show herto my aunt. I left her in the truck while I went to get my aunt. When we got back, Sarahwas gone. She had pushed open the window and jumped out.The following day while I was creating posters to put up in my aunt’sneighborhood, I received a call from the pound. They had Sarah. When, I pickedher up, she was covered in feces. A bath was called for. She didn’t want a bath.After two weeks, I decided this dog was not for me. I would return her tothe pound. Then I thought, who would want her? A dog like this would never finda home. What could I do, but keep her? I began to think she had been abused.Over the years, Sarah created many problems. She was an alpha dog, and when she lay on her back and I tried to scratch her stomach, she loved it, but when she realized she was in a servile position, she jumped up. She ran away, but always came backafter several hours of my worrying, She bit my husband constantly, occasionally bit meand once bit my brother when he was visiting, and tried to protect my granddaughter when she went for her food dish. Still, I kept her.But as she got older she showed many good qualities. She loved my 9 year oldgranddaughter and slept by the side of her bed when she stayed with me, protecting herfrom anyone who came near the bed.“I wish someone would come in and try to kidnap me,” my granddaughter said.“Then Sarah would attack him.” She loved all childrenSarah was a very smart dog, and had a mind of her own, It took twelve years to convince her that I was the alpha dog, at which point she allowed me to cuddle her. Iknew she loved me, although she still bit my husband.Sarah lived for fourteen and one-half years, and when it was time for her togo, it broke my heart.Six months after she was gone, I took a trip to Hawaii to visit my son. Myhusband was on the East Coast visiting his family and I came home to an empty house.But it wasn’t empty, Sarah was there. She told me it was all right that I put her down and I should get on with my life.Over the years, I have had many dogs, but I think Sarah was the one I loved themost.

  3. Spännande och inte veta vem man hämtar hem 🙂

    Blev aldrig någon kvällspromenad, två vänner kom över. Och matchen gick åt skogen :/

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  4. Underbar ungar! 😉
    Mina är så stora så de är ”bara sig själva” när de släntrar hem från skolan 😉
    På jobbet (förskolan) däremot, fick jag härom veckan bestämt veta av ett barn att ”Madicken läser inte i soffan”, när jag bad denne sitta i soffan med boken 😉

  5. Åhhh, 16 april skolar jag in mitt lill-pyre!!!! Men han är ju så liten än…. Hoppas allt är bra med dig!

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