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We spoke too soon, proud mummy moment

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Marne Wed 07-Oct-09 10:01:17

Last week dh and i were talking about dd2 and her problems (how they will effect her at school), one of her problems was that she has showed no sign of wanting to write and draw and has poor pencil control. She only scribbles and can not hold a pencil correctly.

Anyway this morning i was called back into nursery to see some of the work dd2 did yesterday in her key group and with her 1:1. She draw a rainbow and a picture of a person and even told her key worker it was a picture of mummy grin, it had eyes, nose, mouth and even hair shock and her rainbow was perfect. I'm so shocked shock, its like she's proved us wrong again (which is great).

troutpout Wed 07-Oct-09 10:07:05

clever girl smile
i bet she could do it all along ...just didn't feel the need to share it with the world is all grin

Marne Wed 07-Oct-09 10:11:18

Thats what i thought troutpout, i bet she could use the potty too but won't let on grin.

Barmymummy Wed 07-Oct-09 11:32:57

WOW!! Gosh thats amazing and quite funny tbh!! Why do they do that??!! You swear blind to someone that they are struggling with something and then they go and make you out to look a fool!! Who cares though eh? Well done DD!!

ki28 Wed 07-Oct-09 11:38:53

woooohooo!! from me too!! what a little star!

buggers arnt they! My little boy thinks it funny to tell the teachers that blue is red(even though he knows it blue) and will swear down it is red. am currently tryin to explain that ahs funny as it is to him,the teachers think that he doesnt know the colours. Bribary with stickers his helping. x

ChopsTheDuck Wed 07-Oct-09 14:29:52

wow that is great! well done dd2.

madwomanintheattic Wed 07-Oct-09 16:58:16

aw, well done dd!

tis always the way though <sigh>. they deliberately wait until you have given up all hope, and then... ta daaaa!

(lol ki - dd2 used to play a game with the physio where she would deliberately try to put the huge red square into the blue circle hole... fortunately the physio always knew it was a little dd2 joke grin given that none of us (inc the physio) thought she would ever smile, the girl sure has developed a sense of humour!)

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