Saturday, March 15, 2008

Mummy says it is ok if your kid don't talk that soon!

Lilypie 3rd Birthday Ticker

This is what she has been telling people with kids and without kids. And she quoted me as an example! She tells people that I spoke too soon. I don't see what's her problem but she likes telling people of incidents of me answering her back...
The other day, we were having lunch and Mummy was having mee-hoon and Papa was having fried rice. She fed me with her mee-hoon first and along the way, I wanted fried rice so she took some from Papa's plate and I went:-
"No, papa feed, papa feed!"

And Mummy started scolding me and I didn't like it and I pointed at her and told her "eat your mee". She was dumbfounded after that but she went "You getting very smart these days huh?!" and I smiled back.
When Mummy needs to pee and I don't want her to especially when we are in the middle of doing something, I will tell her "Mummy wee-wee adi (already)!"
When I don't agree with Mummy on certain things, I like saying "No-lah, like this, like this!"
When I am not happy with Mummy, I will say " I don't friend you"

I always interrupt Mummy or Papa when they are talking on the phone. I will go "What (who) is that?, I want (to) talk, I want (to say) hello"


I'm also pretty anal about doing things my way. And how 'anal' I am? Well, it has been a habit whereby when it is time for my Vitamin C, Mummy will let me open the cover and she will put in my Vitamin on the cover for me to put it in my mouth. The other day, she was rushing and just opened it herself and gave me the Vitamin C. I protested but she ignored me, carrying me outside to greet our guest. After that, when we got back home, with the Vitamin still in my hands, I went to get the bottle and opened it with the help of Papa and put the vitamin on the cover itself and fed myself with it.

The same goes for when I want to put things back myself. When I'm in the mood, I don't like Mummy to help me so when she does it, I will undo whatever she has done and redo it myself!

So if you're worried about your child not talking that soon, it is alright, eventually they will and Mummy thinks you should enjoy it while it last!


zara's mama said...

Ryeli don't be so yai-yai.. always bully mummy ok?

KittyCat said...

I couldn't agree with you more LOL

wani said...

hi rye li's mummy. i was surfing the net for duphalac & came across ur entry little miss consti (apr 17, 07). my daughter is 1yr 8mths++ she has baddddd constipation prob. exactly like rye li's. now she's on duphalac for few days already. how's rye li doing nowadays? hope u can share ur experience with me. none of my frens face this. pls email me at tq.