I believe all parents out there will agree with me that our kid bring a bundle of joy to us. Yvette did that too. I realize I have not pen down funny moments Yvette could bring to us ever since I have been actively blogging since May 09. (YTD I only have 373 posts; I started this blog since Jan 08)
Yvette brings plenty of funny moments to us every day. Beside my hubby and me; her cousin, Ting, is the third person who spends most of her weekday off day with us. I am sure she had a good laugh when she is with us.
Today, we really have a lot of funny moments and with this, it had trigged me to pen these funny moments Yvette had brought to us. And also, I think I should start to pen down these moments as it will definitely give me a good laugh when Yvette is much old.
Early morning, my Mum and my sister came to visit us. We planned to go Orchard to get some formal clothing for my mum and my sister agreed to buy some clothing for Yvette too.
Yvette is into umbrella now. (Remember she was my sister’s little helper when we were at Singapore Motherhood Fair.) Since then, she was really into it. Yvette took hold of the umbrella and started to dance with her umbrella in front of us. (We finally brought her this umbrella from Daiso for her last week when we were at Plaza Sing.) I quickly took out my camera and start to snap some pictures. She was really getting more excited as she danced. (Nursery rhymes was the music in the background) Daddy continued to take more pictures of Yvette after seeing her excitement over her “umbrella” dancing moves. (I was doing ironing when I witnessed her dancing. My mum and my sister laughed out wholeheartedly too.)
(P/S: We know it was kind of dangerous for her to play so. But so far we had been vigilant and let me hope this “activity” remain accident free for her.)
When I was viewing those pictures taken by us on her “moves”, it’s a regret that we didn’t take down any video. No wonder happy and funny moments went off so fast. (She “danced” for 20 mins.)
We went out around 1.30 pm in the afternoon. And today, I decided to “flash” my stroller as I will expect Yvette will need to rest on her stroller for nap. Surprising Yvette wanted to sit on the stroller. (She never sit or rest in her stroller when she is fully alert.) Again I quickly took out our camera and start to snap some pictures.
(P/S: We didn’t strap her as we know she wouldn’t be sitting on the stroller for long. And yes, I was right; she only sat for less than 5 mins. But still, it’s a rare experience for me.)
While we were having dinner at Sushi Tei, Yvette shouted “wow” every time when the food was served. (She was pointing at the food too.) Very funny. I am sure she must be very hungry. (The waitress couldn’t stop laughing too.)
(P/S: Sushi Tei moved from the usual spot to #05-04/05 in Paragon. I love their ambience.)
Remember she will be my future shopping Queen?
After dinner, we entered Fox to get a fleece jacket for Yvette. My sister and Yvette entered the shop first, and then I followed by. The moment they entered the shop, Yvette could drive my sister to the direction she wanted to be, and picked up a top and passed it to me.
@_@ (EYES ROLL)
She started to shop as though she know what was she doing. She reached out for clothing that she could reach and even pointed to my sister to get those clothing to her. She will place the clothing in front of her as though trying to see those clothing suited her.
Where did she learn this from???
But we really laughed out with all our heart in the shop. -.-!
*Stella, don’t faint when you read this.*
I was showing my sister some recent clothing I had gotten for Yvette and Yvette grasped hold of one jumper.
She went to kitchen, (her papa was in the kitchen) and insisted her papa to put this packet of milo into the overall.
I never believe my eye when I saw this. (Papa was saying in the background, telling Yvette I will sure reprimand her.)
(P/S: I am too shocked to scold her.)
P/S: Hubby brought something really expensive today to reward himself for working for around 20 years.