+++++ Wonders Never Cease +++++
zendra, the last pix really got to me! Mine, though not that adventurous, used to climb up walls and bring down doors. that's about as far as they would go - or to be fair to the others, only one did that.
Zen,Sakit jiwa kalau anak anak macam ni tiap tiap hari!Spike decided to trace almost all his veins with a permanent marker when he was 3. Berapa hari I tak keluar rumah...duk basuh dia!
what i meant was the second last pix.my niece cut her eye lashes then at night she couldnt sleep! tak boleh tutup mata.Oh now i remember, my youngest while perched on my husband's shoulders, decided to throw his chewing gum on his father's head. The father had to cut out a clump of his hair!
kak,macam ni lah kalau budak budak..kalau senyap jer mesti ada projek yang dia buat...Arwah anak saya dulu pantang jumpa skru driver...dia akan jadi McGyver..habis tombol pintu dalam rumah ni punah dek dia...
,,,haha watch out, your ownself second childhood is coming back too or already on for some of us !?..they say it starts off as early as 45 years of age or upon retirement age for ladies....boys never mature for sure !! hehehe..they remain kids for life.,,,Tok Mee, you still pee in your pants ?. RA with his new Yellow toy hahaha. Some people wants to climb high mountain like kambing gurun ??. crazy islandman don't worry about him, sure can survive somehow type, also never grew up ever..busy doing just nothing ! hehehe. "if not why not"
Kak Teh that pic haha I thought boys love their little brothers...Re the gum in AG's hair, well that clump wouldn't have made a dent even today given his crowning glory ;)And your niece's lashes must have been long enough to be night curtains to bring on sleep hehe
Naz, wah Spike ni mesti putih melepak sampai boleh nampak veins dia. The effect must have been eerie I can imagine heheMy little girl, when she was two, plastered her hair with a whole jar of her father's hair-cream. It was a sight hahaha.
Ezza, arwah akan tunggu you di pintu syurga yang tidak memerlukan skrudrebar :)
Yo Tok Uban you're right, men no pause, all they do is play, play, play.....
Yang second last photo tu memang grosteque!! Manalah dia dapat parang tu?
Zendra,I thought once the children are grown up no more anxious moments for me - once my youngest at one and a half climbed out of his cot and slide down the stirs all by himself, my eldest at two entered a lift alone while we are trying to avoid people coming out of it and the lift door closed with him inside. Luckily the hotel had only four floors - husband nearly pengsan running up the floors.Now I have two cucus - one eight year old and another nearly two months - argh......!!!
mamasita I wonder too where he got the idea to put a knife to his little friend. Seghiau betul!
NanaDJ, I can imagine your anxiety at that time. Someone could have easily taken your son away. I've had scary moments too when my girls wandered away while we were shopping when each were about 3 years old. One was at the old Thrifty Supermarket and the other at IKEA. On both occasions thankfully they were returned to us safely. The boys (3 of them) however were more disciplined. The girls at that age were just happy fun-loving little kids. Memang mums and dads should keep a very watchful eye on their toddlers, especially nowadays when kidnapping is so rampant.
Ahhh what's the duck :) That's the age of innocence, not a care in the world - how blardy blissful! Heheh; been there done that, glad to be there again & again.Sigh Capt, now u got dry dreams & wet fart...hahaha. Question:What's the difference between a gold fish and a mountain kambing gurun?> One mucks around the fountain, the other.....kekekeCheers,Tommy
Waah Tommy, you're in your element tonite! Had a run of good luck eh? Better go to bed early then hahahah
This was a hit when I was a toddler ;); must be yours & RA fav too:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ho-IG0NeDQE
Kak...the second last one!!! Ishhhh seriyau, scarry mary nye. Talk about being an experimentalist. My lil nephews when they are quiet, we'd better go take a peek. Their last stunt was my Mom's kitchen pipe. It broke into half (dunno what they did and how they did it lah..), and left Mom furious for a few days.Yes..I'm with you, glad I don't have any little ones anymore :)
kay, your mom should be thankful it was her kitchen pipe that broke not the little ones' ones hahaha
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