Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Monday, November 29, 2010
|Making monkey face after swallowing the papaya|
|All enjoying the papaya|
|Another bite for the little one|
|Elizabeth enjoying herself|
|Kasie, finally you have your wish: to see Joseph in his towel just like Eliza last time;)|
|Opps! Can't hold too long already.|
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
It took me so long to find the cup holder. Finally got it from McD when we ordered through the drive-thru on our way to Genting.
It's not that difficult to do. Eliza had fun painting the whole cup holder and putting glitter glue on it! Just in case anyone of you are curious on where I get the idea from (I'm clearly not a genius), I got it from Playhouse Disney Asia's website.
|Hey, it can be a hat even!|
|The end result|
|From another angle.|
Monday, November 22, 2010
|Deliberately don't want to look at the camera|
|My nephew - the kids magnet|
|Look at the littlest tai kor |
Thursday, November 11, 2010
|Enjoying his ride until he refused to get down.|
Cheeky just love to play with his food. You give him a bowl of grapes and he will stuff them all in his mouth until it's too full or he will take some out from his mouth and put them down on any surface (book, floor, sofa..you name it) and then put it back again in his mouth. I think I've burnt enough calories just stopping him from playing with his food.
Another skill he has mastered is the art of complaining. Yep, even though he is still not talking. He likes to try and snatch whatever toy or things in his sister's hands. If he fails, he will run to me crying. It's like a way of him complaining to me that his sister bullied him. Tsk tsk tsk. Kids these days.
Nowadays, if I can, I'll try to fold the clean clothes after he sleeps. Why? Because one minute you'll see nicely folded clothes and another minute they're all over the floor. Even unfolded clothes in the basket were not spared. He'll take one by one out and throw them on the floor. With his oh-so-serious face, "sorting" clothes is a serious business for him.
You know if you pretend to be angry or pout your mouth in disapproval of his behaviour, you would expect him to be guilty and refrain from what he is doing. But no, this cheeky will come up to instead and pinch your face with all fingers. Most of the time, my nose will be the victim. I'm not surprised when the babysitter told me about this too. Recently, he has started to push your face away besides pinching. Haha.
Cheeky's kissing skill needs to be mastered even though I do enjoy them. Who wouldn't if it's coming from an adorable flesh and blood of yours. No matter how wet and slobbery, Cheeky, Mommy is loving every kiss that you've planted on my face. Keep 'em coming!
|First time in the tub together|
Monday, November 8, 2010
The cupcakes with toppers. I only made the toppers.
The next day, I had to dress up to pretend as if I had to go to work and send her off to kindy. Then I went home, waited until it's almost snack time and then off I go to the kindy again. Elizabeth was so surprised and happy to see me. The kids were all excited too. They dropped everything once they knew there is going to be a cake.
So the tables were set, we took photos, we sang the birthday song, birthday girl blowed the candles, they ate, they drank, they asked for more, they looked into their goodie bags and the kids were so adorable. I later told my husband about this and he said maybe I can be a kindergarten teacher. -_-
Oh Elizabeth got a new bf now. Haha. Last time it was Goh Yi Tong this, Goh Yi Tong that. "I want to have Goh Yi Tong's type of slipper." "Teacher Zee said Goh Yi Tong handsome boy." "Goh Yi Tong's t-shirt today is Ben 10." Now it's Jason this, Jason that. "Jason d0n't allow Goh Yi Tong to talk to me." "Mommy, Jason's house got toilet or not?" "Mommy, where is Jason's mommy and daddy?" " Iyer, Mommy you see Jason's eyes. So funny." Oh dear, I wonder who's next?En-Beethoven class. That's Jason on her right.
That's Goh Yi Tong, third from the right with the peace sign.
After celebrating, I went home and the kids had to resume classes again. Then I picked her up again after her classes finished and took her out to 1 Utama as a treat. Let her on some rides and took her to a play zone. Her lunch was at Waffle World and she enjoyed it so much. "Mommy, why the waffle got ice-cream?" So surprised to see ice-cream on waffle and gave me the thumbs up many times.
This year, she had a double celebration for her birthday because we celebrated again on the real day, 6th November. The celebration wouldn't be complete without a cake and this year it's cupcakes again only difference is they are unique cupcakes of her favourite cartoon specially ordered from my junior in secondary school. Her work was marvellous and everybody admired it especially my little princess who exclaimed that she wanted Leo, the bespectacled one, "because Leo is a boy!" That's what she said. Haha.
Happy Birthday once again dearie. I can't believe that you have grown so much and it seemed like only yesterday when I first held you in my arms. Looking forward to many more wonderful birthday celebrations together with you. XOXO.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
4. He will bounce his body up and down and bopping himself when he hears music.
5. He wants a share also when someone is eating or dining. If we are dining outside, he will scream his lungs out to demand for another bite. I just hope we won’t be thrown out at any eatery one day.
Creating a masterpiece on the paper and also the table!
6. When the babysitter carries him or when I carry him too, he will run his hand on our you-know-what and pinch it. Don’t worry, we are trying hard to cut this bad habit of his.
7. He understands our conversations more and more each day. So the more you say no to him, the more he will do it followed by a cheeky laugh.
Now I’m only waiting for the day when he will call me Mommy. Please be soon, Cheeky (his nick). Mommy can hardly wait.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Me: Huh? Oh low cholesterol… Faster chew your food. Nah! (while trying to feed her)
Elizabeth: I haven’t eat finish lar. (looking at me through the corner of her eyes)
Me: Talk to me nicely. Don’t do that face.
Elizabeth: I love you, mommy.
Me: Mmm..swallow your food. I don’t want to see this (pointing to the bulge on her right cheek).
Elizabeth: You read your book lar.
Me: I tell you, you better talk to me nicely ah. Just now at the park, you said you were a good
Not forgetting her second obsession is her Little Einstein DVDs. She has to watch them practically everyday while she drinks her milk before bedtime. And I’ll be putting Joseph to bed while she’s doing that. That theme song is already embedded in my head. “We’re going on a trip in our favourite rocket ship, zooming through the sky Little Einstein.” Ok, I better stop.