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once upon a norza

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While I was golek2'ing on the bed with Aisyah last Wednesday, I fell asleep. Aisyah must have found my specs and tried putting it on because she nudged me to give me back my specs which was broken apart already. I asked her,

"Who broke Ibu's specs?"

She knows it's her own doing and she does the finger-wagging thingy and say, 'syaaah!'. Well, she gave me that sweetest smile of hers and of course, I didn't scold her. It's naturally my fault for not putting away the specs away from her. Just like the day before, she succesfully formatted my phone making me lose all my contacts and my favourite mms'es and photos in the album folder. It's my fault too because I let her play with my handphone.

I remember reading about kids never being 'bad'. Children generally develop this appropriate autonomy and initiative if they go through lots of exploring and experimenting. But autonomy doesn't mean they can do anything they want. A friend who has 5 kids shared with me that "If they shouldnt touch something, then that thing should NOT be within their reach."

It's simple, really. I'll just remember to keep my phone and specs away from Aisyah next time. ;)
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At 2:58 PM, Blogger mummy jam said...

now you got excuse to get a new specs!! lol    

At 3:09 PM, Anonymous toots said...

lol! true. it's your fault! but really so cute and polite. considering she woke you up and pass you 2 halves of your specs and admitted that it's her doing! heheh    

At 11:24 AM, Anonymous irris said...

Hello, I got here from Hana.

Wah, you're so cool with yr kid breaking yr stuff... kudos!

My baby's still young & not capable of wrecking my things... hmm I wonder how I'll react when the time comes :D    

At 8:51 PM, Anonymous ibu aisyah said...

mummyjam..oh yes! but i hate buying new specs cos it will be some time when it grows on me. im still missing the old one.

toots..aah...nowadays shes polite. saying sorry even when bumping into non-alive things. hehe.

irris, it depends on situations. i can get pretty mad at times. hehehehehe.    

At 9:51 AM, Anonymous Faddy said...

im amazed you can control yourself :) I know some parents who will completely flip. Hmm... wonder if I can mantain my cool when the time comes (lagi lama nohhh) :P    

At 1:22 PM, Anonymous zee dva:haven said...

I love your blog, sweetheart. Very pleasing. I like the layout. The text. The pictures. You can be sure this is one blog I am going to visit often!    

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