2012-08-27

Something about May

During Raya holiday, my husband was working to cover the duty of his Muslim colleagues, he didn't at home most of the time. April went to her ex-nanny house for a 3D2N stay. I was home alone with my younger daughter, May.

I didn't plan a lot of things to do with May at home. I didn't even bring May out for leisure, as I wanted to avoid the mall, the cinema, the restaurant, and those famous chains. She, always being my very sweet girl, never complained of the boredom for just staying home with me.
When she had finished doing workbooks, I let her play games. She was happy, as the big sister was not there to fight with her for the tab.
When I had taken too much carb (egg tarts),  and I didn't shed enough fat in the morning gym session, I took her to go hiking at the Second Emperor Hill at Lake Garden. We went up and down the hill for more than 5 rounds. She didn't complain about tiring and aching.
When all restaurants were fully packed and busy, I just took away a pack of curry mee from hawker center as her dinner. She loved it, and asked me to buy her the same curry mee again as her next day dinner. Silly girl!
While I was busy spring cleaning their toy cabinet, CD cabinet, book shelves, their wardrobes and my wardrobe, she was allowed to enjoy cartoons and snacked on fruit. She was happy to have the full control of the TV/Astro remotes.
At time when she was too tired and bored of watching too much TV, playing too much games, and doing too much workbooks, she threw tantrum on the floor and refused to go for a bath.
This morning, my two girls were back to school. I always wake May up the same time as April, though May doesn't need to go to her kiddy so early. I need to get both them ready to school, before I can settle myself to work. When I came out from the bathroom with April, I saw May still sleeping on the couch. She must be still in her holiday mode. I coaxed her, hugged her, and kissed her till she was wide awake.

Overall, May is so lovable.

42 comments:

  1. glad that she didn't fuss ah... my girl will be keep asking to go kai kai liao...

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  2. Yes, she is a very sweet and lovable girl.

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  3. Wow..she can take curry mee. I love curry mee too and most of the time I can only tapao to eat at home cos both of my girls can't take spicy food. Yet to learn..LOL!!

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  4. She's such a sweet girl, as always! Both your princesses are different - attitude and behaviour wise. And they are both mommy's gems.

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    1. yes May is a sweet girl and obedient girl..
      she know daddy and mummy work hard for the money.
      good girl .. pat pat her head...
      tell her to continue to be good girl and I ask annay tm to give her some sweet and BIG HUGZ.. kakakaka

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    2. yoh, this SP sounds like a 怪叔叔 want to bring 小妹妹 to go see 金魚!! Mak Yan you better be alert!!! :D

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    3. It is 3.00am and this SP makes my eyes wide open!! He thinks I am Santa Claus hugging kids and let them sit on my lap??? So SP will hug big gals and let them sit on his lap while he vibrates beneath???

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  5. She can take curry mee?? Surprise! I dare not eat curry until I was 15 or so..... and lil May is just 6! Shame on me~

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    1. yes I also surprise too..
      I don't eat curry when I was young.
      that is why I still can't take much on spicy food.
      once makan .. my whole head will be sweating...

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    2. what??!! yvonne you dare not eat curry until you were 15?? wakakakaka, that's so funny lah~~ i started to take curry when i was like 10, but then i cannot take too spicy now.. old already my stomach cannot take it~~

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    3. I think my mum fed me tom yam in my milk bottles since a kid. Chillies are welcome!

      When I scolded my older brother vulgar words when small, my mum punished me with chilly padi in my mouth!!!

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  6. I had a good laugh looking at her throwing tantrums on the floor. My son does that most of the time.... I wonder, why the youngest one always behave such?

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    1. coz there are the youngest and want all the attention..
      I also the youngest.. and my wife is the eldest..
      sigh always kena marah by her.... kakaka

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    1. my son dare not throw tanturm on the floor else he will have a nice chat with Mr Rotan. But guess girls are different la

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    2. she kira as good already la. Didnt make noise want you to bring her out jalan jalan

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  8. Such a sweet girl, never complaint on bored but relaxing at home.

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  9. Wow...she knows how to enjoy spicy food !

    When my girl did not follow me to the office on last Saturday, it was so easy to handle my boy alone. No fighting, no arguing. Bliss. haha

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  10. May is such a sweet gal. She is totally different from her sis. Overall, I think she is a very obedient girl.

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  11. she is such a good and sweet girl..you must be coach her well.

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  12. May is such a sweet and good girl. Gwen will ask to go Kai Kai if she is too bored.

    May won't ask for the tab at all? Mine sometimes ask me for my iPhone.

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  13. May is still so sweet and obedient ;)
    She must be feeling like a queen that few days, hehehe

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  14. wah it is dauughter and mummy days out..
    sometime I also do like that .
    I am more close to my mum side...
    when she was around I bring her for a morning walk then go for a good breakfast.. then go shopping with her.. kekekeke

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    1. SP such a good mommy boy lah, fui fui no jealous and ask if your mum and her dropped into the water, who will you rescue first??

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    2. SK she always say that I sayang my mum more than her..
      hahaha.. I will throw a life buoy to them..
      I can't swim very well.

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  15. wow taiping also full of ppl during weekends?
    how full le? like you can't even find car park?
    I am really wonder those small town.. did you always bump into your friends, relatives when you go to shopping mall, cinema & etc...

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  16. So you got miss April during her stay with her x-nanny?

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  17. This raya holiday seemed not enough for me. Occupied with lots of activities.

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  18. May is such a good girl. No complaint.
    Just happily accompany Mommy.
    Pat pat. :)

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  19. Good girl.....nice quality time with mummy...

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  20. hmmmm, May was sure enjoying herself during the raya, and i wonder if April was also enjoying herself with her ex-nanny??

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  21. May is such a good girl, so lovely and adorable.. she never complains at all.. maybe the hot mama has promised her all the games and tv all by herself, haha~~

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  22. that means she is really easy to take care of, she's so 文靜 and 聽話, sure you also enjoyed yourself over the holidays with her alone..

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  23. hahahaha, i think most of the kids must be very reluctant to go to school this morning after a long break?? haha, and instead of raising your voice like 潑婦罵街, you coaxed her, hugged her, and kissed her till she was wide awake!! and i wonder how long it took you, haha~~

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  24. so you just spent the whole raya holidays at home, and just went to the Second Emperor Hill at Lake Garden for once?? hehehehe, actually staying at home spending quality time with your girl is also something nice lah~~ :)

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  25. Hot Mama spoil her kids la!!! If I lie on the floor, the rotan will lie next to me too!

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  26. You have such a lovely princess! She is really adorable.

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  27. She is such a nice girl. If my son, for sure cannot sit still at home. Sure lots of demand. How I wish my boy will learn and behaved like May, at least more relaxing for me.

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  28. how different with only 1 isn't it?!

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  29. May is such a good girl. I bet she enjoyed being an only child for that few days... full attention from mummy :) I wish my C can eat spicy food like May... I just showed her the picture of May finishing the bowl of curry mee to motivate her.

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  30. oh such a sweet post. i think she's enjoying her time alone with mommy :)

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  31. i think a lot of kids probably have pulled their mummy out go jalan jalan already!

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