zOey and mama : spoon and tray

May 20, 2010 at 2:28 pm (hOt mama, life) (, , , , )

zOey : (loudly banging the metal tray with a spoon)

me : “aaa…zOeey bisingnyeee..nOoOo” (putting my hands over my ears while being slighty over dramatic)

zOey :” mama..buat…” (while handing over the spOon to me)

me : “huh? mama nak buat apa ni?” (**blur**)

zOey : “mama buatt!!!!”

me : “oOo..nak mama pulak pukul kat tray ni ke.. ok ok” (starting to bang on the tray like zOey did before)

zOey : “aaa..mama…nOo…” ( dgn penuh drama queen dia mengajuk aku)

me : “……”

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Over-Proud Parents?

May 13, 2010 at 4:01 pm (life) (, , , )

Being a mom myself, i can understand the urge to talk about your children when having conversation with someone else.  But there’s always time and place and TOPICS to include your children in the picture. I always make a point when having conversation to unrelated person (contoh org tu tak kawin lagi. so doesnt seem interested in hearing babies stories OR when cerita dia akan buat muka bosan or the ‘fake smile’) so paham paham la kan. BUT there are few parents I’ve encountered who NEVER stop talking about their child. Sometimes even I as a parent can’t imagine how they managed to bring up their child in EVERY SINGLE conversation they had. Wow…

Come on la..we know parents always think that their children are the best/cutest/most talented/etc… but there are fine line when people start to get irritated when hearing stories about your children. So please, take a step back and think whether that person whom you’re having conversation would be interested in your children history or whatever. If they are flashing signs on their forehead saying “I dont give a damn” please move on and change to other topics.

Note : apa apa pun..zOey jugak paling best.. (hey..it’s my blog, it’s not like I’m forcing you to read me bragging about my baby) hahaha

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