The advice from our friends was to change password. Yes, our daughter has learnt to unlock the iPad through observation. She thinks it’s ok to learn to unlock because that’d mean she does not need to bother us. Continue reading
Leah: Mom, where are we going today?
Me: You are going to school and I’m going to work.
Leah: I want to sleep. I don’t want to go to school.
OMG. The beginning of the “I don’t want to go to school” phase.
This one particular day, I sliced some apples for Leah, called out to her to come get them in the kitchen. As she walked off, beaming with delight, she said “Thank you”. Continue reading
Lately, you loved to run to the kitchen, stood by my side and watched while I cooked.
“I like you, Mommy”, you said out of the sudden. “I like to be with you, Mommy.”
That… for your information, totally makes my heart melts. I’m writing it down so when you’re in your teens, when we start to communicate in loud voices, we will remember this once mutual pure unconditioned love. I’ll blame it on hormones when that happens. It’s perfectly normal, my darling.
Once I saw her punching one of the buttons many times. I was thinking what was she trying to do. Next thing was I saw her touched her eyelid. LOL! Her new ‘eyeshadow palette’!
In exactly 3 months time, you’ll be 3. Time files. Yesterday I watched you sleep. It was then I realised that you have grown so so much. Where have all the time gone? 3 years sound like short but in fact, you have made some great impact on your Papa and myself. You have made our life different. You have made us wanting to be a better person. You have brought so much laughter, smile and even cries. You… you are our lovely daughter. Sometimes sweet, sometimes terrible. Sometimes loud, sometimes soft and gentle. Sometimes stubborn, sometimes obedient. Regardless, you are always our lovely daughter. You made this family of three possible. You may not be our only child, but you are always our first. Our first little miracle. Continue reading
You don’t need a resume, an interview nor experience for the job, but it’s the hardest job in the world. That’s because you have to learn on the job, constantly learning, something new everyday; no guidebook nor instruction manual, no mentor, no exact right nor wrong because every child is unique. That’s right, it’s parenthood. Enjoy.