30 September 2005
We had a sumptuous meal at Jack's Place in celebration of grandpa's 54th birthday. (Oops, leaked out his age liao! I think grandpa dun mind lah) What did I eat there?? Well, the usual bread crumps thingy that can be found in the restaurant! Kekeke~ Most importantly is everyone is happy and enjoy the party! Yeah... ...
23 September 2005
Mummy obviously got frantic upon hearing I was bleeding. Ah ma quickly used a cotton wool to clean the inner of my mouth. They couldn't find any wound inside and there wasn't bloodstain on the wool. Ah ma chided mummy for not cutting my nails. Since ah ma believes cutting nails in the night is bad (another old wives' tale), mummy has to wait till morning to complete the task. Afraid that I might get cut again, they put on mittens for me again! Long time no see, mittens!
22 September 2005
Tat's me trying to grab hold of daddy's luggage :)
16 September 2005
Found out something new to bond with my little Wen. I have read this on the newspaper during my break time at work. It is called baby signing! It was stated that babies could be taught how to sign their demands to their caregivers. Babies who know signing will be a happier baby as her demands are met, thus lesser tantrums and frustrations as they can talk by hands. This will also improve their words recognition and bring forward their onset of speech.
After reading the paper, I've decided to call the vendor. The program is simple & consists of 3 dvds. The person in-charge said that simply need to play the DVDs one at a time over a period of 1 week to baby. Babies are smart creatures, they are able to pick up the signs from the video played and soon you will be able to expect a first sign from her.
But of course, we must reinforce it by signing to baby as well. The best time to start for babies is between 6 to 8 months. Needless to say, a kiasu mother like me will definitely buy the 3 dvds for Wen though she is only 4 months plus now. I'm busy picking up the signs too! I din know Sign Language is also an interesting language. :)
12 September 2005
I have tried a new thing today! Mummy placed me onto high chair when she was dining outside. I'm also very co-operative and thus given the opportunity to smell her food... ...Yummy! But I think I enjoy playing with the table more. Heard mummy telling ah ma that she is going to get one for me at home too! Wuhoo... ...
10 September 2005
Uh huh, mummy, daddy, ah ma and gong gong brought me along for a long phto shoot. This free photo shoot was won by mummy in some kinda luck draw. Such a long shoot but only entitled to 2 pics. U can have the rest of the photos if u sign the package. However, the pkg was too expensive. Daddy wouldn't spend that kind of $$ on it.
09 September 2005
06 September 2005
03 September 2005
I got a new toy, not exactly a toy. I saw Daddy busy assembling it for me. Got sterling & wheels some more. Dunno what's that but I heard mummy saying it's a walker. Hmm...walker??? Tat's means I get to walk soon?? I'm waiting impatiently to try on that colorful thingy. Daddy quick quick.. ...ok it's done! Not bad, I could stand up using this but mummy placed a platform underneath for me to rest my legs till I can reach the ground. Gong gong said I'm a shortie! I'm a girl what, cannot grow so tall, later difficult to find boyfriend leh.
02 September 2005
Mummy is more excited than me. She can't wait to take out all the solids feeding set barang that she has bot for me to use.
Look! My mum is so PIGEON siao man. She has bot the water bottle too. So kiasu of her! She likes this brand particularly, maybe becos a nihon brand! Actually, she is more worried that I might not like the taste of solids since she has bad experience feeding me milk and she has heard from friends that starting solids on baby is difficult. But I prove her wrong by finishing all the cereal she has prepared. I can say she is quite pleased with my performance lah; maybe I'll get more things coming up... ... hiak hiak hiak...
Look what my mummy has bot for me to mum mum!!!