This morning she woke up, very happy and as usual she said she wanted to go to school. Changed her into the uniform, get her school bag and happily singing in the car when both me and Dearie Suki send her to the kindie.
Then my poor Ee-Thern boy, cried and refused to get down at the babysitter house and kept asking for 'Cheh Cheh'. In the car I was telling Dearie Suki, looking at her pattern, I think she should be OK and won't cry. Reach the kindie, send her down, bring her to her class and I quietly sneak out from the room.
Wah seh, once she didn't see me, she cried like hell and I even can hear her voice from the ground floor. Really heart breaking to hear her crying and as though someone has torture her. I went up again and she stopped crying and once I leave the room she started again. Dearie Suki started to nagged me and asked me don't bother her so much. Just close one eye and go.
Stayed with her for an hour and I received a phone call from my 'STP'. This one I really 'beh tahan'. I tell myself not to blog about it, but I must blog it. I was actually on EL today cos I scared my Dearie Suki cannot managed alone. She called and questioned me, why I am on EL as I have to amend the price list to give it to my sales reps today. I answered her that my girl refused to go to school and I need to be here with her. And I told her I will amend the price list and emailed to the office later in the afternoon. At that time, my Le-Ann, kept crying and it is quite annoying when someone called up to make a fuss on some small matter. My fire really burning and I told her off, can't I do it later and what is the problem now! Supposed to take 1/2 day EL and ended up take 1 day EL cos I really pissed off.
Ended up, I myself also cried along with my Le-Ann. Alamak... so malu. Maybe I should learn to let go and let her be independent. Tomorrow, I will be back to work, and she will alone in kindie. In the afternoon, I have arranged her a transport to send her back to the babysitter's house. My biggest worry now, whether will she go up the car or not.