Anyway, over the long holiday we’ve brought Sarah to Genting Highlands for a 3D2N “Cuti-cuti Malaysia”.
The moment we reached hotel, Sarah started to become a “koala bear” to me and daddy; she clings on us most of the time. She dislike the place when she saw the Christmas decorations (FYI, she’s afraid of Santa Clause) and also the crowd there. It’s only become better after we checked into our room (a disaster start, uh?)
Thing goes from bad to worse as she did not want to step out from the hotel room. She made fuss and cried when I asked her to lie down for diaper-changing; we have to use tons of reasons and comforting technique to bringing her out for meal.
Sarah just doesn’t feel comfortable at all; when asked if she wants to play all the indoor rides, she just shake her head, and she also hesitated to take photo. We really thought we were in a “nightmare” trip then…
Not wanting to “waste” a holiday, the next day we decided to “play” tough to help her overcome the (unwarranted) fear. We decided to put Sarah on all the rides no matter how she reacted…we’ve prepared for the worst.
As expected, she cried the moment I brought her to ride on the Venice Gondola and Reindeer Cruiser. But amazingly after a while she started to feel okay with all the rides (thank God).
We’re so glad that things finally take a positive turns; we also brought Sarah to ride on the Hanging Monorail and Train-Train. She’s now fell in love with all the rides and she just wants to cruise around for at least three times per game!
We did not bring her outdoor as we think she is not ready yet (for this time), plus the wind is too strong for her.
We head home on the third day; another place visited, another “test” passed…what a holiday it turned out to be.
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