Lessa Nikia

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About Lessa Nikia

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    Far Dareis Mai/Green Aes Sedai
  • Birthday 08/05/1994

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    proforming of any type, reading and drawing

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  1. WAWC - Favorite Winter Sport

    *throws fists in the air* HOCKEY!!!!!!!! *hurriedly hides all the white and red that was dragged in behind her* I apologize. It is one stereotype that has merit, we Canadians love our hockey. To the point that we may or may not have changed a law for a day for the gold medal game in Sochi in 2014...well at least in Alberta we did. Growing up I did watch a lot of figure skating as well. In our household, if the Winter Olympics are occurring, the TV is on. Doesn't really matter what it is.
  2. WAWC - Winter Olympic History

    Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics were by far my favourite. I loved the opening ceremonies maybe not including the tech issue with torch though. Awkward! I also think it was pretty awesome that we broke the record for most gold medals won by the host country that year
  3. WAWC-Winter Olympic Trivia!

    Canada for questions 3 and 4 We have won some medals in the Summer Olympics thank you, just not as many
  4. WAWC - Winter Ball

    Now if only I looked as good as Olivia Wilde
  5. I can see it! If they aged him properly, he would do an amazing job. Would be interesting to see him with mustaches...
  6. That can happen as well but I don't know how common it occurs. It's unfortunate they had to stop. No problem Mother Really glad I took that Child Development Psychology class when I was in university
  7. That is hilarious! Someone clearly has learned sarcasm from mom/dad. I apologize if I get a little bit shrinky right now. I think a child's perceived advancement is dependent on culture, parenting, older siblings, and other factors. Kids absorb pretty much anything in information. If they live in a household where more than one language is spoken, they'll learn both at differing rates. Example, if English is prominently spoken over French, English is learned faster. If kids are exposed to more stimuli of the same category, it'll help them make connections between them. Each child also advances at their own pace. Some kids like to learn everything and some are more interested in things they already know. My mom runs a day home so I've seen lots of kids over the years and watch them grow. Interacting with other kids also can have a positive influence on their development. My brother was more "advanced" than his classmates by the time he went to Kindergarden (age 5) because I was already in school for a few years and he wanted to know what I was learning. It got to the point where my parents had to tell me to stop teaching him because he was getting bored in class due to how far ahead of everyone was and at the time the school didn't know how to adjust for him.
  8. Now I can tell everyone!

    *shifty eyes* He may have cried after the first ultrasound in the car on the way home. He's definitely gotten more protective of me. Around 12:30 am New Years Day we almost go into an accident. The roads were solid ice and somehow we did a 180 across the road, barely missing the parked cars on the opposite side. We got home and he said that his first instinct when it happened was to get between me and windshield to keep me from going through it. We're both fine, before anyone asks, we didn't come to an abrupt stop or anything like that, it just gave him a slight heart attack since he's not used to the roads being that bad. Photo is from end of November/beginning of December, I don't quite recall
  9. Now I can tell everyone!

    Well I do have ultrasound photos so far. I go for another one at the end of the month so hopefully I'll get some clearer photos and I'll post those. Mils, when your little boy shows up on my facebook feed, it brightens my whole day! He's absolutely precious!
  10. Roll Call: January 2018

    I quite like the new site personally. Haven't quite figured out how to stop the emails for each thread I've commented on but I'll figure it out :grin:
  11. Now I can tell everyone!

    Overall, yes. I only had morning sickness for the first trimester (yay!) so I haven't been sick for a while now. Some people at work treat me like porcelain and won't let me do things I completely able to, so that's kind of annoying. I do enjoy that I can feel him moving around now and _wolfbrother_ is able to feel him moving around too. I have no clothes to wear pretty much because until recently the city I'm in didn't have a maternity store for some stupid reason. I had to go to Calgary, AB (about 2 hours drive, not that long) to get pants for work. I didn't know my size so I didn't want to order online. A few weeks ago I was asked if I was expecting a New Years Eve baby and when I told the person "no I've got 4 months to go" the look of horror was priceless. Thank you everyone! We're very excited and I'll be sure to post pictures once the little one shows up!
  12. Now that DM is kinda back up, I can let you all know. _wolfbrother_ and I are expecting a little boy in April! I'm so excited and really looking forward to August because he's going to be in a cute little suit!
  13. Roll Call: October 2017

    Harry Potter Lego is about the extent of my building capacity mostly because I don't have a backyard to build anything
  14. October Activity: What are you thinking?

    Can I get paid to sleep? That would be great