12.5.13

Meeting his teacher...

Woke up early on Saturday to attend my kid's school open house, where we will be meeting his form teacher to discuss about his performance at school. This was actually my first time stepping inside his school as my wife used to bring him in when he was in standard one. After that, parents and outsiders were not allowed to go in.There were lots of stuffs to sell on that day in the school hall and my kids were having fun checking out books and stationery there. I was surprise to see his teacher who was quite young, gentle and pretty as most of the teachers I saw in his school were either aunties or uncles...hahaha. Well, I guess I am a lucky father cos both my kids' teachers were gorgeous, including my little princess' kindergarten teacher. :) Too bad there was nothing much to report about my kid, well, he's ok and well behaved though he's kinda quiet in class and not active enough in class activities. Thus, it was just a short meeting...sigh....cannot see the teacher longer! *sob*

After the open house, we went for lunch at Niniq Bistro in Taman Pelangi. It's been a while since I dined there and it's great to be back. Anyway, I didn't go for their well known Indonesian cuisines this time but instead opted for a beef braised noodles.

Taiwanese beef noodles - The soup was slightly spicy but I love the beef...it was soft and delicious, especially when dipped into the chilli.
 chilly for the beef noodles

My wife ordered a mushroom soup with toast and pasta to share with my my kids.These seems enough for them as they can't even finished it as the portion was really big, though it don't look a lot in the pixs! I got a cup of flat white later to wind down after the lunch.

Mushroom soup with garlic toast

Chicken bolognaise pasta

After that,  I can't wait to go home for a shower and a nap as I was too sleepy waiting up early. I will be celebrating mother's day for my sis in law and wifey later in the evening, thus a nap might keep me alive in the evening.

10 comments:

  1. LOL.. You are funny and hope your wife didn't read this blog. Otherwise you will be banned from the school.
    My wife is a young lecturer at a private university and she dreads meeting up with terrible parents too. I came across dashing fathers who appeared nice to her too.

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    1. twilight man - eh... my wife was with me of course! hahaha... How come your wife needed to meet parents? thought university lecturers don't need.

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  2. So your kid's teacher is pretty and young huh? Hehe, lucky you! :p
    But most importantly is to be a responsible and good teacher la!

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    1. Hayley - my kid said she's very fierce!

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  3. Wahhhh!!!! So like that, every day, you would go and see his teacher lah? Tsk! Tsk! LOL!!!!ahaDev no

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  4. Wahhhh!!!! So like that, every day, you would go and see his teacher lah? Go, pick son...sure will not wait in the car one...I know your type. Tsk! Tsk! LOL!!!!

    Wah!!! The school so clever - uses open day to earn money, sell all kinds of things. No food sale kah? That would be nice.

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    1. STP - don't want la.... too jam! I rather had good food in SG. No food sales, only stationery and tuition centres!

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  5. Guess u will be waiting for chance to go to school to meet the teacher, wkakakakaka...

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  6. wah lau eh....got lenglui teacher ah.....

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  7. That university she taught is a private one and most expensive in KL, so the way they try to make it look glam and exclusive like Eton's.

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