My intellegent daughter..
December 10, 2009 11:22am CST
She is 7 1/2 yrs old and she is studying in class 2. She got 1st rank at school level and at state level, and 13th rank in national level of NCO(national cyber olympiad) exam... She is very clever and her graspping power is more and also memory power...Only once I prepared her for the exam but after she only studied and she got success... And now she wants to study more & more to become the topper... And she is having that much capacity. She got proficincy prize in her school.. She is going to tennies, scating, chess classes. As a mother i am very busy to take her to all the classes and waiting for her to finish the class with her little noughty brother... I am enjoying my life with these little kids. They are the real god's gift for me. I think mother's job is the best job in this world........ what you are feeling dear friends?????????
13 Dec 09
Congratualations on your daughters achievements. Kids really are a blessing. I have four from 17 to 7 and have enjoyed each stage of their development. But time seems to be flying by and I keep wishing it would stop so I can savour each second more. This time of year with Christmas and the New Year coming makes me very reflective and one question I ask myself "How can I be a better mother?" Being a mother is a passion not just a job, something comes from somewhere inside of us.
• United States
10 Dec 09
Congratulations to your daughter and I am glad to see she wants to continue learning. I also like how she does many other activities and hope she is enjoying everything she is doing. I don't have such luck with my son, though he has some issues, but I continue to put him in sports and extra circular activities to keep him busy and myself. I love being a mother, but there are times I also want to go insane, but I know in the long haul it is for good and for my son. One hint of advice, I see it alot and hope it don't happen to you: Let her enjoy her success but also let her know that win or lose she is still top in your book and don't let her think she always has to competitive. (just a hint nothing bad) My son's last coaches were upset that they lost and I try to teach my son win or lose he still done wonderful and its just a game, nothing major. I was really upset with these coaches and some other parents that were rude, uncompetitive. My son is only 6 and still learning.
11 Dec 09
Thank You charblaize. My daughter Sadhu, she wants to learn everything that is possible. She wants to go to music, dance,instrument, drawing and many more classes. 24 hours is not enough for her. And also she wants to watch tv, computer and also want to play with her friends. I don't know how to manage all these things..........in one week. Actualy she goes 3 classes of tennies, 3 class scating and 3 class chess per week. After comming these classes she go to play with her friends. Daily she watch 1 hour tv after comming school or while having her dinner. At weekend she watch computer for 3 hours. Since she is in lower class there is no worry to read much. She learn everything in school, she is not opening her books in house. I am not forcing her to do anything. If she lose in any compition, then she will say "so what, i won in that compition know" She will not bother about losing...
10 Dec 09
I agree. My youngest is 10 now, after that comes 16 year old twins. I'm proud of all their achievements now, but the years seem to flit by so fast when they get to that age of independence. My 10 year old does dancing classes and this week they put on a little show for us parents. One of the other mums commented how light and natural Naomi was on her feet - like she'd been doing it for years. In fact, she's been taking classes for less time than some of the older ones. Best of all was when the teachers at my twins' school said what a pleasure it had been teaching them. Tanith wants to go to agricultural college - her present college tutor practically begged her to stay on at the local college and do health care with her instead! My family isn't well off financially, and we live on an estate that's full of no-hopers and delinquents - adults as well as kids. When I see how my own have turned out, I'm the richest woman in the world!
• United States
12 Dec 09
Your daughter certainly sounds like a phenomenal young lady. My daughter is very much the same way as your daughter is. We haven't subjected my daughter to exams to really test her intelligence level, but we have been told by her teachers two years in a row and also by the principal at her school that she is significantly above the level of her classmates. She is just in first grade this year but she is working on a late second grade to early third grade level. Right now they are in the process of testing her for gifted and talented. The greatest thing to me is that her little brother is also following along in her footsteps. Both of my children are in gymnastics and both of them excell at that as well.
11 Dec 09
I'm happy for you to have such blessed children. I would not say it as a job of a mother. I would call it a responsibility of every mother, not just the mother but both the parents. Let this happiness continue in your life in the years to come.