Come on over and introduce yourself.
Hello there, my 6 yr old and 3.5 yr old are at CDNIS. It is great that Geobaby now has a sibling
Congratulations on the new site. This is just what we need. Thank-you!
Our boy is 4 1/2 and at DBIS Reception (K2).
Thanks for the kind words and encouragement. Looking forward to discussing a new range of topics with you all.
Last edited by ESFMum; 01-09-2007 at 08:03 PM.
This is a great idea, my daughter will be 5years old next month and I am currently busy looking for a Primary School for her.
Hi all, I'm looking forward to getting to know the geokids mums.I am an Aussie mum with a six year old daughter and 3 year old son.
Have to admit that we don't have kids yet. I've a dog though. Anyway, we're planning to adopt and it's nice being on this site hearing experiences from mums. Oh, I'm a trained primary school teacher but now, I work as a Native English Speaking Teacher in a local primary school.
I feel like I've graduated to the next stage of motherhood, gone are the days of teething & crawling welcome primary school headaches & temper tantrums! Glad that lots of other moms here are on the same boat.
I have a 4 year old boy.
I guess I'm the Old One. My 11 year old just started at KGV 2 weeks ago & my 9 year-old is in P-5 at an ESF school.
I've been living in HK for 14 years & 44 weeks.
We have just moved to Hong Kong from Minneapolis, USA (we drove over the bridge a few hours before it collapsed!) and are still figuring things out. I am currently a SAHM (stay-at-home mom), although may look for work (I am a corporate lawyer) once we find a helper. We have identical twin sons, Nikolas and Gabriel, whom we adopted while we were living in the Czech Republic. They will turn five in October. They just started at Southside Kindergarten in Repulse Bay, where we are living.
I am looking forward to learning more about activities, etc. for pre-schoolers of their age. They are both hearing impaired (although totally mainstreamed). If anyone has advice as to audiologists or speech language pathologists, I would love to hear it.