Thursday, December 16, 2010

December happenings

The lack of activity on this blog tells you how busy I've been.

I don't like cooking. I don't like thinking of what to cook. The last time Nana went to USA, Joseph was only about 6 weeks old. Life was much easier because I just had to give him the breast and he fed himself. I didn't have to defrost food. No need to debone fish. I hate fishy fingers! No need to chop vege.
Happy kids kai kai

I've always known it's much easier to go out and work than to be a full-time stay-at-home-mummy with no maid.

I've no idea how my mum raised the 3 of us while babysitting another dozen kids while we ourselves were still kids.

hairstyle for the season

So far it's been alright. The kids don't seem much thinner and are just as happy.
Little Lamb Christmas Party 12 Dec

Joy-Anne is particularly sticky to me now. But it's really nice to greet her in the morning and she throws her arms around me and says, "I'm glad you're my mother".

Lego Christmas at Bangsar Village II

At other times she hugs me and says, "'re my best friend!"

New doorbell at my new house

I've only worked a grand total of ONE DAY since Nana left. Daalin took care of the kids and took even managed a trip to the park.

Joseph is sometimes very VERY good. He can make the bed on his own initiative.
At other times, he helps me put his sister on the potty, and then when she's done her small business, he takes the potty to the toilet to pour out the pee and washes the potty then puts in back in the usual spot.

Children's Church Jungle-themed Christmas Party 11 Dec.

He can also hold her bottle when she refuses to, read to her, make her laugh and also cry.
So while they play, I can still manage some packing. I tried this on yesterday... It's my dance costume made when I was 15 years old. I can still wear it!!!
Anyway...I'll be quite glad when Nana comes back..... in 2 months time!!!

1 comment:

  1. Hi..the dance costume, I think I have one too. For tambourine..

    Ps: drop by from Irene's