I am a student in Montreal, I moved to here with my husband almost 2 years. I am studying graphic design and French right now. Although this is my first time stay in a place with 4 months snow season in winter, we really enjoy the life style here. I have a twin sister, who lives in China, and she is expecting her first born, I am so excited as well. I am a also a cooking lover, in my spare time, I usually try different cooking style and share it with my husband and my friends. I love going out for a outdoor activity, such as walking, running, hiking, sometimes maybe just sitting on a bench in a park to admire the view. I have a small poodle that is 4 years old on 20th May this year. I am not being able to pick him up to here with me right now, however I miss him so much, and I wish I can finish my study as soon as possible, so that he can stay with me again. When I was in middle school, I have my first cousin and first baby in family. I remembered that I was only 13, but every summer break and winter break(in China we have 1. 5 months winter break instead of spring break), I was looking forward to taking care of this little baby, I fed her with bottle, I tucked her into sleep every night during her weaning period. After that, I knew that I am capable to take care of baby even an infant. In fact, before I came to Canada, I was occasionally taking care of my neighbor's child, my friend's baby several times. In 2015, I even babysitting 2 children at the same time for almost half year, one is 3 years old, and another one is 5 years old. Although I do not have my own child yet, I knew exactly it is not easy being parents, and I knew how naughty and they can be. Despite of this, there are lots of funs and joys with children, they are all little angles.
I mostly took care of my cousins when I was in middle school and university. One of them is 12 years younger than me, another one is 13 years old younger than me. I babysitting them every summer and winter break since they were born until I finished college. I changed their dippers; fed them with bottles, when they were 6 months old, fed then with some baby food; bathed them before going to bed; tucked tem into sleep in the afternoon and night, etc. When I stared to work, I occasionally took care of my neighbor's child and some relative ones in the family. As I mentioned, I took care of 2 boys at the same time in 2015 for half year. To be honest, in the beginning, I am nearly a stranger to them; it is not too easy for them to stay with me whole day long without mom. However, after 2 days, we totally became good buddy, and they almost forget their moms did not there when they were going to bed at night. They were willing to try different vegetables and foods; they understood the daily routine after one week. It is a memorable experience.
I finied my college in China, and I am studying graphic design in Montreal.