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Now I like it, later I don’t

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 29, 2008

I just feed Elizabeth pizza again around 9 pm. I thought I just mentioned that little Elizabeth started to like pizza now. However, She never says Mmm just now. She even spitted it out after the first 2 bites. How could this happened? Both the pizzas don’t really taste that different! 😯

Mummy is curious. Could it be the difference of environment? Will baby changes their preference of food as environment changes? I mean may be Elizabeth loves that “PizzaRUs”. As she enjoyed the environment, she has better appetite and showed better appreciation on the food there.

Mummy assumed it’s possible as my baby showed different attitudes towards different places. Her mood changes as the environment changes. For example, she was so happy whenever she visited Rasa Sayang Resort. In opposition, she will show her grumpy face immediately after she entered the wet market. hahaha……

By the way, she really had an enjoyable time at “PizzaRUs”. I think that’s the real reason why she praised the pizza! πŸ˜›


Coco Crunch Breakfast

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 27, 2008

What does your baby eat for breakfast? Usually, babies love cereals. Elizabeth stop taking powder form baby cereals long ago. She is taking coco crunch now. My little princess loves chocolate taste! πŸ˜›

I bought her the tiny Milo chocolate cereal balls. And, my maid will add in some milk and feed this little baby half bowl of it in the morning as breakfast. Not every morning though. Sometimes, it’s biscuits or breads. πŸ˜›

In fact, Elizabeth has started to feed herself. Sometimes, these tiny cereal balls just slipped off form the spoon. She missed them! But, she will keep scooping. Quite a persistent girl! πŸ˜›

Roar… I got you all in my mouth now! hahaha……

No coco cereals this time? Never mind. I will take the milk first! πŸ˜›

Slowly, as these are the last 2 left. πŸ˜‰

Looks like little Elizabeth also need a baby chair and baby table, daddy. So that she can have breakfast properly on the table.


Big Sandal

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 23, 2008

Elizabeth actually try to do a lot of things on her own now. I guess this is the common development for an 18 months old. My little princess is going to turn 18 months in another 11 days time.

She is trying to find her own bottle of water when she was thirsty last night. Eventually, she climbed up the cabinet. 😯 She can even pull the clothes out of her hands. But, she just don’t know how to wear her own shoes. But, she put on mummy’s sandal instead! :roll:

One for you and one for me, mummy! πŸ˜‰

I better walk slowly, it’s quite loose. πŸ˜€


Please Speak

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 13, 2008

Elizabeth is 10.6kg now. She has gained 400g weight within a month. I think it’s quite a lot. Somehow, mummy is still happy with it. Gain a little weight is always better than loosing weight.

However, mummy is worried of her speech development. She is a bit slow. She only start speaking single words now. She is 17 months now, but she can only speak less than 10 words.

She says: dog, ball, “kakak” (means sister) , throw and star. In fact, I only heard the “star” and “ball” once. Where as “kakak, dog and throw are the 3 frequent words. When mummy asked her, she can point to a lot of things accordingly. Somehow, she just can’t voice it out! LOL!

Elizabeth, keep trying! It’s time to speak in proper words like mummy and daddy. Don’t just hide behind the curtains, and expect mummy to say “Peekaboo”. Next time say it with your own voice to surprise mummy, ok?

According to her paed, this is the consequences of spending too much time in front of the TV! :(


I like to be on stage

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 8, 2008

Mummy’s 17 months old is getting very playful nowadays. I think slowly she shows her own characters too. I realized she really can act. In fact, this little baby even likes to be on stage.

She actually enjoy standing on the bench or stairs and dance on it. I think she will be singing too, once she can speak. Cute, right? Will she wish to become a movie star or singer later when she grow up? Come what may! πŸ˜†

Mummy have no problem with her standing on the bench or stairs. But, she is even more excited when she get to stand on the tins or cardboard boxes. That is such a small space. And, they are not stable at all. Any time she can fall. That’s terrifying! 😯

Recently, this is her stage. :(

Looks like Elizabeth is also the adventurous type too! LOL!


Cut nails

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 20, 2008

I realized my girl had grown up a lot. Her long pants getting shorter. And, I still remember it’s quite hard to cut her nails before she turned 1. However, it’s so much easier now. I guess she started to understand that she might get hurt if she is moving while mummy was cutting her nails. πŸ˜›

Her nails grow so fast. Mummy got to cut her nails every 2 to 3 days. And, the scissors type nail cuter is exceptional useful. Easy to use and safe too. This type of nail cuter is specially designed to avoid us from cutting the little ones finger.

I better be hard working. If I don’t cut her nails, the long nails will cut her skin as she scratches her backs or legs. She scratches almost her whole body. Damn good at scratching! :roll:

Anyway, granny is still the one who always remember to cut her nails. Careless mummy! :(


Good girl

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 17, 2008

Mummy absolutely believe that toddlers can be very understanding and tough. Mummy realized that as Elizabeth grow older, she becomes more understanding. And, she is definitely a tough girl since baby.

She always fall, but never cry for long. She did not cry and still playing happily even she is sick today. She even greets mummy with smile. Such a good girl! Somehow, she is very active.

She is busy playing with toys, hoping, dancing, climbing and running again after she took her medicine. That’s why mummy become so slim. But, it seems that my maid still need weight loss pills. LOL!

Obviously, she is over active but not hyperactive. At least, she don’t look sick anymore. That’s consoling! Overall, Elizabeth is a wonderful baby girl! Such a precious God’s gift for the family. πŸ˜›


Change bed

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 10, 2008

Elizabeth has grown up a lot. She is getting heavier and taller. She is now 10.2kg. Mummy cannot held her for long now. It’s tough. She is too heavy for mummy. Looks like mummy has to go to gym. πŸ˜›

Sometimes, Elizabeth likes to go under the table or chair. As she grow taller, she will always knock herself when she goes under the these things. Poor girl! May be mummy should start setting up the safety features at the corners of the tables, chair and cupboards.

However, mummy is more concern about her bed. She is still sleeping in the play pan. The standard size play pan is like a box. And, it’s getting smaller now. Soon, Elizabeth will out grown this small bed.

It’s time for mummy to change this small bed to a bigger one. Elizabeth will feel more comfortable if she can sleep in a bigger bed. After all, mummy just need to buy a bigger mattress. It’s best for her to sleep on the floor. That’s very safe. As she can never fall from the bed.


I think memory foam mattress is the best. It’s soft and manage to support our body according to our body curve. I am sure it can protects my baby’s spine and gives her a good night sleep. Besides, it’s hypo-allergic. That’s best for babies or toddlers. May be mummy should consider the memory foam pillow too.


16th months

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 4, 2008

Today, Elizabeth has enter her 16th months. Wow… She is big girl now. However, when mummy carry her out, most people will guess she is much younger than her actual age. Few days ago, there is a Punjabi auntie thought that little Elizabeth is only about 8 months old. *Drop the head and slap on the forehead*

She is laughing, walking, running, shouting, bullying, teasing, dancing and grumbling nowadays. Yeah… still grumbling as she don’t know how to speak yet. I think she is pretty slow is terms of her language development.

Anyway, little Elizabeth can understand Hokkien and English perfectly. She don’t know Mandarin as mummy and daddy don’t speak mandarin with her. May be we should start now, so that she is familiar with Mandarin too.

She likes anything in the restaurant. But, don’t really eat a lot of home cook meal. Somehow, mummy just keep feeding her as home cook is always healthier. Until today, Mummy never feed Elizabeth with meat. She eats a lot of fish, fruits and vegetables.

Elizabeth particularly like fruits especially grapes, apples and bananas. Fish ball is her favorite food now. She can eat 4 to 5 fish balls in a time. And, she still drink 3 to 4 times milk per day. And, she loves TV!

Mummy can see that she is a very playful type. As she likes tricks so much. She even try to tease us. Cute! Very cute! And, she will always show us funny faces. Basically, she enjoy people praising her too. Such as proud girl!

Lastly, she dance really well. As she can follow the rhythm of the music to dance slowly or quickly with many different styles. Amazing! Anyway, she is very temperamental now. She will shout, sit on the floor and cry, straight away cry out loud, scratch people, pull people’s hair or bite people when her request is unfulfilled. 😯 *blush*


Clingy and Naughty

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 4, 2008

Elizabeth is getting utmost clingy and naughty since this week onwards. She will bite or scratch anyone of us when she is moody. And, it hurts. Everyone in the family is complaining, accept daddy. She likes to bully mummy, but seldom attack her dad. :roll:

Besides, Elizabeth will watch mummy closely in the house. I think this is to make sure mummy did not went out without her. And, she always want mummy to carry her. Something like all day long.

However, mummy is so busy. Mummy have to keep writing, work online, go marketing, go massage, go shopping, go hair wash, and so on. Things get worst when the Internet connection is so weak. And, it’s always weak.

There are so many phone calls too. Mummy has to pick up the calls. They might be important business phone calls as our house is our office too. But, who is going to bath and feed Elizabeth? *Slap forehead*

Oh! Mummy really wish I have the VoIP Phone Systems ,which has very complete features for business use and it’s highly user friendly too. May be that’s the solution to save more time for baby Elizabeth. πŸ˜›


Wear shoes

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 28, 2008

Yesterday, Elizabeth asked mummy to bring her to the garden. But, mummy is quite reluctant as that was around 4pm. The sun is still shining. So hot! But, Elizabeth insisted.

So, mummy quickly think of an idea. Mummy thought I can trick her by asking her to wear shoes first, as my little girl still don’t know how to wear shoes with her own 2 hands. However, she understand what I mean perfectly. Once she saw I am not helping her, she starts trying on her own.

Oh, Poor baby! Mummy feels so sorry. Finally, mummy surrendered. But, the maid is the one who accompanied her under the hot sun! hahaha…….

Obviously, soon Elizabeth will know how to wear shoes. That’s a good news. If she ultimately learn how to wear thigh high boots, that’s even a bigger news, isn’t it? hahaha……


The light twister is moving

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 28, 2008

A few months back in January, Elizabeth received an interesting toy. It’s the “Winnie the Pooh” light twister. But, she don’t really enjoy playing with it as she can’t make it twist at all. :(

Mummy, it’s moving… Is that means I finally learn how to handle it? 😯

Yes! Little Lizzy made it! Now, she is strong. She managed to press the button harder. Thus, the lighting were twisting. It’s really satisfying to see our baby growing up and getting more capable! *Sob* *Sob* πŸ˜›

Mummy is so proud of you, Elizabeth! You are doing so well. :)


Let’s Party

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 25, 2008

Elizabeth was so excited and was jumping for joy, dancing and shouting happily when she get the chance to join the party at the end of the annual dinner. At first, she had to stay in the hotel room with the maid while mummy and daddy were attending this grand company dinner which kids are not allowed.

Then, daddy finally decided to bring her into the grand ballroom for an experience at the end of the dinner, which only left party session. Once my little princess was there, no one was allowed to carry her. She preferred to run around, playing with the balloons on the floor, dancing and laughing.

There are so many balloons on the floor, mummy. Can you help me to pick up all of them? 😯
Elizabeth really likes Balloon. Mummy promises to includes fanciful balloon decorations for her 2nd birthday and even her future wedding too. I guess when mummy’s girl is getting married, then there will not only balloon decorations. Mummy prefers personalized wedding favors. I want most of the things to be personalized as I want my little princess to have an unforgettable wedding party since it is an once in a lifetime affair. πŸ˜‰

Anyway, mummy is so happy to see my girl knows how to enjoy partying now. The loud music can only cheers her up but can never scares her. That’s amazing! Bravo! Mummy and daddy is kind of proud and surprise! πŸ˜›


Poh Poh and Gong Gong

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 2, 2008

Today, Elizabeth get a chance to play with her cousins. “Poh Poh” and “Gong Gong”Β  bring both Justin and Isabelle to Elizabeth house today. They will kind of like strangers in the beginning. But, they manage to play together later on. Somehow, they are not really close. πŸ˜₯

Anyway, “Poh Poh” bring along Ribena Pastilles for Justin. Then, 3 of them share the sweets. Of course Elizabeth loves it as it’s just the same old familiar taste. I think I’ve told you before that Elizabeth is drinking Ribena everyday instead of plain water. It’s still the same until now.

Anyway, mummy is so glad that Elizabeth can perfectly recognized who is her “Gong Gong” and “Poh Poh” right now. She has pointed to the correct one among many of us as I asked her who is “Gong Gong” and who is “Poh Poh”. Clever!

“Gong Gong” and “Poh Poh” must be very happy to be well recognized too! πŸ˜‰


I am a computer genius

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 29, 2008

Nowadays it’s getting difficult for mummy to blog as little Elizabeth always create interruption. I guess it’s all because at this stage, all baby learn through imitation. Thus, Elizabeth feel so proud and happy every time she got the chance to be in front of the computer just like mummy.

Yeah… this is the time to snap a photo. I am so good at computer too. Brilliant, isn’t it? πŸ˜›

What is this? Why must mummy keep pressing these keys? How come there is no pictures on the screen? Anyway, it’s fun! πŸ˜›

May be I should move the mouse like mummy! πŸ˜‰

Still, there is nothing appear on the screen. Impossible! :blush:

So, can Sophos help to stop this “little spam” too? LOL! Mummy will be very grateful! πŸ˜†


I press and press

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 29, 2008

See… I can on and off the TV by my own now. I am doing good with the air conditioning remote control too. Clever, aye? Kakakakaka…

Little Elizabeth enjoy pressing on buttons nowadays.

I press and press and press… LOL! So fun! πŸ˜›

And, she really surprise mummy as she can even handle the touch screen buttons well. I guess it’s all because this kid has quite good memory. She can remember how the buttons appear once mummy and daddy touch on that control panel.

But this is good enough, my girl. Please stop running to the back of the TV and playing with the wires. That’s scary! 😯

And please understand that if you keep playing with the on and off buttons for most of the electrical appliances, they might stop functioning. Bare in mind that you just can’t sleep without air conditioning, remember?


Vain baby

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 24, 2008

Little Elizabeth is getting very vain now. Girls are girls. She started asking for mummy’s face cream to apply on her face about 2 weeks ago. LOL! So what mummy is going to do? The various cream is certainly not for baby. Mummy just can’t apply them on Elizabeth face!

So, mummy pretended getting some cream from the container and showing her quite some distance away. Obviously, Elizabeth can’t see clearly. Thus, she assumed there was cream on mummy’s hand. Finally, all mummy got to do is just tap her fingers on Elizabeth’s face and keep telling her :”Oh, mummy apply the cream for you!”

That’s how mummy’s girl got trick! In fact, she really stand still and raise up her head to let me do the job. That’s very cute and amusing, isn’t it? Anyway, since she is so vain, mummy suddenly got an idea that may be Elizabeth can become a beautician and doing great with spa jobs too just like her granny.

At that time, mummy should be the happiest. As mummy will be pampered by getting free professional facials or spa services all the time.


I can hold it

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 22, 2008

Since when little Lizzy learn to hold her bottle so well? 😯

Yeah… now I can hold the bottle steadily even when I am so sleepy! πŸ˜›

Frankly, mummy was a bit disappointed at first as she don’t even know how to hold her bottle properly when she turn one. However, She finally did it!

Guess how she did it? She just too lazy hold the bottle on her own not until she meet another little boy who is almost the same age with her, sitting right beside her holding his bottle steadily on his own while drinking water.

Immediately at night, little LizzyΒ  actually pushed my hand away and hold her bottle well on her own while drinking milk. 😯 So even a little baby like Elizabeth has her own pride, didn’t she?Β  She just don’t want to loose out. So, she choose to prove that she can. Cute, aye? πŸ˜›


May be I can

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 20, 2008

These days, Baby Elizabeth is progressing rapidly through imitation. This certainly is a good news. And, she has learn that we brush our teeth. So, she will ask for any of the toothbrush that we hang in the toilet whenever she saw it.

Also, she will place the toothbrush in front of her mouth whenever she gets it. So, do you think I should let her start brushing her teeth every day and night just like us? Of course at the moment I can only let her mess up her shirt and the floor while brushing her teeth as she certainly can’t reach the sink yet.

So, how about changing the old sink in my bathroom to a new beautiful sink and Danze faucets and adding another new set specially fix according to Elizabeth’s height? πŸ˜›


Some fruit paste, please

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 1, 2008

We all know that fruits contain all types of vitamins and other minerals as well. Thus, I still make sure my girl will take enough fruits everyday. However, I seldom blend fruits for her. Oh! Lazy mummy!*slap forehead*

I always buy ready made can type fruits paste for her. And, I have to admit that my little princess loves fruits so much. πŸ˜› But, previously it was this. Then, now I try this too.

Still she likes it. I think partly she is attracted by the packing too. But, it’s good to see her learn how to suck from the pack. πŸ˜‰

Anyway, they are all organic. Yes! I am still buying organic stuffs for her including her formula milk. But, I think the best is still making the fruits paste from fresh fruits.

Thus, I plan to start making fruits paste for her but certainly not from organic fruits. They are overprice. :roll:


Wear pants, mummy

Posted by Everyday Healy on January 30, 2008

Previously, Elizabeth will take out all the stuffs in daddy’s and mummy’s wardrobe. For example, mummies panties, daddy’s ties, mummy’s shirts or shorts and daddy’s socks or gold cufflinks.

However, today this little one has surprise mummy again. This evening, she manage to open the middle door of my wardrobe. I actually placed most of her beautiful outfits in there. It’s all the clothes she wear when she goes out.

She walked to the wardrobe immediately after I took out her panty once she “p”. I am curious. Thus, I just watched her. Then, she open the door and mess up her clothes. OMG! Stop it!

Anyway, she quickly grab one of her pants and gave it to me before I hold her up. Then, she started to “wahuwahmaba”. What are trying to tell me, girl? Oh! So sorry, dear! I understand now. You are looking for your pants and you want mummy to wear it for you now, right?

Mummy is so proud of you. My little Elizabeth has learn that she must wear pants. And, she even knows which pants and where to find them. Bravo, Lizzy! πŸ˜›


Biscuits is better than bread

Posted by Everyday Healy on January 24, 2008

Little Elizabeth likes bread and biscuits so much. Thus, I’ve bought many types of mini biscuits for her before I go to Hong Kong. Just to make sure she still have something go into her stomach when she is hungry or while her mouth needs something to bite. haha…

However, I find that she won’t stay on with one type of biscuits for long. She likes to try something new. OMG! Like mother like daughter. Mummy is quite like a “dustbin”, anything can go in as long as it’s not the same all the time. LOL!

In fact, I think she is in the growing stage where she gets curious with all new things now. She learn to make her own choice. That’s obvious since she turned one. But, giving her breads is certainly better than biscuits. I said so as I certainly need vacuum cleaners almost everyday to keep my carpets clean if she is holding a piece of biscuit every now and then. :roll:


Her 1st Birthday

Posted by Everyday Healy on December 4, 2007


3 days ago little Lizzy was sick. She got fever. However, I didn’t bring her to the doctor this time because I still have paracetamolΒ  with me. For 3 days, I just watch her carefully. And, I did gave her paracetamol during the second day when her fever is about 39 degree. After 3 feeds, she finally recover the next morning.Β 

Time flies. Today is already my girl’s 1st Birthday. And, if you asked me how do I feel?Β  I felt like she has grown up a lot. Now that she is stronger. I am glad that finally her body system can quickly recover from her sickness. Also, I am proud that She can calls “Mama” now. And, she practical learn up those have been taught almost immediately. Even if we don’t teach her, she will still catch up allΒ  the vocabulary through her own observation.

  • She is still in bubbling stage.
  • But, she already understand that if she wants to walk, she has to wear shoes.
  • She likes to walk in the garden.
  • She can remember where all the things kept.
  • She will open the cupboard on her own and take out the shoes to let us wear for her, every time she wants to walk in the garden.
  • Β She still wake up every night for her milk.
  • Each time, she only take about 4 Oz pf milk. However, she prefer chocolate flavor now. Thus, instead of only Babynat, now I will add 1 scope of Dumex 1+ chocolate milk for her.
  • Β If she wants milk and she was given with the wrong thing, says water, she will say “milk milk”.
  • Still no meat for her,Β  but lots of fish and vegetables.
  • Β She will eat rice with soup sometimes, instead of only porridge.
  • SheΒ  has about 6 teeth now.
  • She is still taking jar fruits because she likes it so much.
  • She can walk very well.
  • She will say ” mai mai mai” means don’t want in Hokkien, if she rejects something.
  • She learn how to dance.Β  ( Just by waving her hands and turn round and round)
  • She likes to play with computers. (I think she just want to join us all as everyone in the house always on computer, including mummy, daddy, her uncle and her grandma. )
  • Β Still very clingy to mummy.
  • Baby shows that she likes including Barney, Brainy baby, Bee Smart Baby and Baby Einstein. ( Baby Einstein is her favorite among all the other 3.)
  • She likes to play Peekaboo. And, she looks really cute when she is trying to bend her body a bit and so that she can look out for us while she is still half hiding behind the door.
  • She likes umbrella.
  • She like soft toys too including Patrick ( the dog), Teddy bears and Winnie the Pooh is her all time favorite.Β  ( In fact, she will hug her Pooh every now and then).
  • She can recognizes and relates things quite well. For example, if you ask her where is the Christmas tree, she will point to the ring that are using the same “grass” and red and gold deco too. Obviously, she understands that they look alike and both are meant for Christmas too. πŸ˜›
  • She can point out car, apple, toothbrush, comb, bear, dog, lion, swimming costume, banana, fish, bird, giraffe, elephant, shoe, flower, fan, snail, and so on.
  • She is quite concern with her things now. For example, if I show her something in the supermarket and mention that I’ve bought for her, she will ask me to take it once the cashier has packed it in the plastic bag.
  • Still very friendly.
  • Things that scare her and will make her cry:Β  someone with mustache, dogs’ bark, car horn, my dog.

That’s it for no, I think. Happy Birthday, my girl. Mum and dad loves you, my dear… And, you are doing well. Mummy is so proud of you. πŸ˜‰

Her simple birthday party will be held on this coming Saturday. πŸ˜›


She calls me Mama!

Posted by Everyday Healy on November 30, 2007

After a few days of observation, I confirm now that my baby knows how to call me. She calls me “Ma Ma”. Starting from few days back, I already heard she called me ” Ma Ma”. However, I just want to make sure is she really refer to me. So… I just wait for a few days and observed carefully.

Now I am happily announcing it to all of you that when she said ” Ma Ma” , she does mean mummy. How would I know? Once she saw me come out from the bedroom every morning, usually she will straight away hop into my arms since last 2 months I think. But now, before she can reach me, she will call out loud “Ma Ma” first.

Also, every time when she prepared to walk to me, she will call “Ma Ma” too. Then, if she knock on something and feel hurts, she will also cried out loud with the word “Ma Ma” almost immediately. At the same time, she will look for me, or walk to me straight away if I am around.

Actually, it’s rather obvious that every time when she wants me to carry, she will call “Ma Ma” too. Now, almost all day long I can hear her keep calling “Ma Ma”. It’s like “Ma Ma” this, “Ma Ma” that… non stop.

Oh! Dear… Finally… I got your word. I am “Ma Ma”. In fact, she is practicing “Pa Pa” now. But, since daddy always not around, sometimes she just forget. Daddy… don’t get upset, all right? Your time will come. πŸ˜‰

Anyway, there is a problem here. Just because we also teach her to call her maternal grandma (my mother) “Ma Ma” ( means grandma in Hokkien) since her younger age, it seems she calling my mum “Ma Ma” too. So how am I going to correct it now? There is 2 “Ma Ma” in the house now. I guess I will just have to wait until she manage to call me “Mummy” one day. πŸ˜₯


She asked for it

Posted by Everyday Healy on November 27, 2007

This is Elizabeth’s new toy phone that daddy just bought for her this Sunday. She already learn how to talk on a phone about a month ago. Thus, she likes phone. Most importantly, she will ask for something whenever we bring her to a shop. If she has nothing in her hands while when we walk out from the shop, she will start crying. OMG! She might just be another future shopping queen! :roll:

I think by now she can understand perfectly that we buy things from shops and bring them home. So, this is what her father get for her at the mart inside Caltex petrol station, when we stop for fill up. It’s about RM5. Girls are girls. This phone with pearl string seems please her. However, It’s better to cut this pearl string out of the phone, just in case she might swallow the beads if the string accidentally break. πŸ˜›

I guess we just have to get ready that once our baby reach certainly level of understanding, they will start being demanding in terms of material wants. And, I guess at this 11th month stage, it’s just the beginning. πŸ˜†