“Shaun the Sheep” is a production of Disney’s channel and as recent as last weekend, Iris fell in love with it.  I could see that she enjoyed the herd more than Little Einsteins, maybe because she can relate the characters better with the things that attracts her  daily.  For instance there is a dog assigned to guard the herd and she calls out “uk-uk” when she sees it because the character reminds her of the short fluffy hairball across the street.

The brown "uk-uk" on the left.

Almost everyday she asks for “Me-Mek” while shoving me ASTRO remote control. Unfortunately the series is aired twice daily and her mummy is no wizard who can make the herd appear instantly on TV, hence she has to wait until 4.30pm.  And between 4.30 – 5.00pm, she is quiet and putting her utmost attention to the show, and the routine only started yesterday.

100% concentration

Two nights ago, I saw the replay at 10.30pm and I was inclined to wake her up since her effort to look for “Me-Mek” went futile for 2 days in a row.  Fortunately I didn’t have to disrupt her sleep  as she somehow woke up looking for her bantal busuk (stinky pillow). I immediately carried her to the living room. She had a great time watching her “Me-Mek” despite almost “drifted away” several times during commercial breaks but managed to open her eyes again once Shaun was back on screen.

Perhaps I should go to the store and get the DVD for her? Or maybe I should just let her wait – just to train her a little bit about patience and time discipline, no?