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Cao Jun | Institute of High Energy Physics | P.R. China

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My Daughter


My daughter is 1.12 years old.

She likes books and reads aloud. But it is not easy to understand. Each sentence has 3-5 words. Probably she is speaking Korean.

She knows to say thanks. But it seems she doesn’t know who should say, the person receives something or the person gives. She often makes me awkward by giving me something and saying thanks.

Sleeping is an action, not a process. When I said “Keke, sleep”, she was docile enough to grovel on her pillow. After 3 seconds, she got up and continued to play. Yeah, sleeping is done.

Once she understand something is bad, not allowed to do, she will do it repeatedly, and smile evilly.