My little boy in class one has always been at the 18th position in his class. I asked him one day when he came home with his sequential results “Can you not be the first in your class, why are you always the 18th”? He frawned at me and said “No mama. First is number 1 and number one is too small, Alisia took number 2 and was crying, I will not take that one”. “Is that”? I asked him. Looking at me and realising I was not really happy with him, he came closer to me and said “Don’t worry mama since the 18th position is too small, I will go to the 20th just for you”. Behold on St. Valentine’s Day when I came back from work, I was in the sitting room where he happily handed me a piece of paper, when I looked at it, it was written “SEQUENTIAL POSITION 20TH”. What a gift for St. Valentine’s Day, I laughed.

Posted by susan_dione_epiepang, 17th April 2014

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  • st valentines day


  • I love the way he thinks….that is so sweet!


  • good story


  • what a little cutie he is :)


  • such a cute story though – at least you could laugh :)


  • Exactly. When it comes to serious matters he is very serious, but he and the senior ones, 11 and 13 spends their time turning the house upside down. Its terrible what these kids does. Imagine your effort, trying to keep your house in very orderly manner, and some people are there, scattering it for you on a permanent basis.


  • He sounds like A very earnest little boy.


  • Indeed he keeps to his promises. He is four and turns the whole house upside down.

    • Boys will do that lol! My son is 8 and I’ve no sooner got the house in order than he comes home and it’s turned upside down :)


  • Lol.. At least he knows how to keep promises!!


  • lol what a thoughtful child of others and true to his word lol bless him :)


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