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Archive for April, 2010


I like jogging

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 28, 2010

We had a great time jogging at Botanical garden on last Sunday morning. It’s been some time we never wake up at 7 or 8 am during weekends. And, daddy suggested we shall go for a walk every Sunday now. Yes! Exercise is good for us all.

And, you love jogging so much! Mummy was kind of impressed that you can actually run 2 rounds at botanical garden. That was a big round! Besides, you were kind of excited about the “train” parking aside. Unfortunately, it is not moving. LOL!

Anyway, It’s good to see you enjoy jogging so much. You actually making request to jog near the house every morning before you go to school now. Mummy promised that I will try my best to keep it up to make it a great habit for both of us. At least, my little vain pot can depend on jogging to keep the body fit and in shape instead of taking generic adipex. Just in case your body gone out of shape in the future. Ha!


I cannot believe

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 26, 2010

Elizabeth was praying in the car when she saw the “Datuk Gong” at the car wash place. Mummy has nothing much to do. Thus, mummy started a conversation like this with little Elizabeth.

Mummy:” Why are you praying?”

Liz:”Because the “Ah Gong” (grandpa or old man she means) die.” (Obviously, her idea is… We are praying to our ancestor or the dead.)

Mummy:”No, the God in the temple and dead people is different. We are praying to the God to get help. God will help us in many ways if we pray to them.” Immediately, she looks puzzled. Then, she just kept quiet.

Mummy:”Do you believe that God will help us?”

Liz:”No. I cannot believe.” (Wow! She used the word “cannot believe”, which sounds like impossible.)

Mm! What do you think? She seems to understand that things which actually just like a statue to her can do no help to us. Logically, she is absolutely right. So, It should be a smart answer.  Well, it’s a bit too early to know about God. 😉


I don’t want Cold Liver Oil

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 25, 2010



Initially, mummy soaked 1 teaspoon of it on a small piece of bread, then topped with a thick coat of berries jam on it. But, I still said :”No!”. I guess mummy was forced to say something.

Mummy:”It’s good for your health. It will keep you away from coughing.”

Liz:”No. I don’t want.” (Absolutely! You just don’t care weather milk is the best protein powders. You drink lots of milk because it taste great! :(  )

Mummy:”Alright. So, no chocolates, sweets or lollipops from now on. It’s your choice!” *Grin* (Ha! So even if you don’t take this healthy oil, at least mummy has good reason to stop you from taking all these junks. 😉 )

Mummy just leave me no choice but to swallowed the Cod Liver Oil bread in no time. Mummy did it!  :(

Then, I find that it does not taste as bad either. Thus, I have no problem drinking 2 teaspoons of this Cod Liver Oil everyday now. And, I smiled every time mummy said:” Good girl!” after I drink it. :)

By the way, Seven Seas is really good. I have cough for more than a month. And still coughing after I have took Arius for about 5 days plus a few days of Singular and Fluimucil. Then, I stopped coughing the next day after taking 2 teaspoons of Cod Liver Oil at night.Fantastic! I think we’ve found the magic oil. Hehe……


It’s a project for Visiting Butterfly Farm

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 24, 2010


That’s what she carried home with pride on Thursday after school.

Mummy:”Wow! Very nice flower! Did you do it all by yourself or teacher do it for you?”

Liz:”I do it myself. But teacher help me when I don’t know how to do.”

Mummy:”Oh! Good job.”

Liz:”Mummy, it’s caterpillar. It’s caterpillar from the Butterfly Farm.”

Mummy:”So this is a project after visiting the Butterfly Farm?”


Cute girl! Very honest! And, quite particular aye? 😉


I like my new Barbie Cup

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 23, 2010

Yeah… I received a nice Barbie doll cup yesterday. It’s a present from “Uncle Jason”. I love it! I wanted to bring it to school and show my friends. But mum said no! As it’s a cup. Not water bottle.

So… I drink Ribena with this cup yesterday. Mummy said my tummy is getting bigger. So, no Milo. (Yeah… As nuphedragen is only for adult. Children can only depend on balanced diet to avoid obesity, get it? LOL!)

But, I want to drink Milo. I wish I can drink Milo and milk with this beautiful cup. I insisted this morning.

May be It’s a good way to let me say bye bye to my milk bottle. Hehe……


My little blue chair can help

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 22, 2010

There was only a brown wooden stool for me to sit in front of daddy’s laptop. Always! So how am I going to reach closer to the laptop which is quite far away from me?

At first, I always climb up the brown stool that I am sitting on. But, that’s a dangerous move. The stool is not firm. I always feel shaky. Don’t worry! I got an idea!


Look! I can just place my little blue plastic chair right in front of the brown stool. That’s it! Now, whenever I want to reach closer to the laptop, I can straight away stand up from where I am sitting instead of taking so much trouble to climb up the brown stool that might easily cause me to fall from it. Problem solve! Hahahahaha……

Good idea! Mummy realized that you got all sort of ideas to create convenience for yourself now. In the educational point of view, I think you learned to solve problems now. Obviously, my girl has grown up a little bit more mentally. :)


It’s difficult to suck

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 21, 2010


She was so happy when she received it from mummy yesterday morning. She said she must bring it to school and show her teacher. Great! Cause she loves it!

But when mummy fetched her home after school, teacher told me that it might be too difficult for her to open and suck the water from it. So, she actually asked teacher to take off the whole cap. Then, she will drink it like what she did for the mineral water bottles.

And, you said it was difficult to suck too. Mm! And look what’s written on the bottle. Who wants to be a crazy girl anyway! Hahahahahaha……

Looks like you actually prefer light weight plastic custom water bottles with screw top. Alright! Mummy knows what to do. Give me about a week time, ok? :)


Excuse me, the stool is so dirty!

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 20, 2010

This time, mummy will let the photo shots to tell the story.


At first, you were washing the standing stool. Eventually, you continue washing to floor after you have done with stool washing. Ha! This was what happened around 12.30 am last night. You slept earlier at 8 pm. Thus, woke up and mingled around for 2 hours during midnight. And, this was something interesting to do in the middle of the night. Hahahahahaha……

I supposed you like your new standing stool so much! Anyway, We both had fun! You were so cute! 😉

Also, mummy like this style of creativity. You are encourage to do so. As if you can find something to do with the household stuffs everyday, mummy will definitely save lots of money from buying toys. Hahahahaha……


My New Keyboard

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 19, 2010

That’s your new keyboard. I guess you said you want because your class friend bought one too. Somehow, mummy say yes as you still need to practice what you’ve learned in your music class. And, mummy appreciates it! Bravo! That was so real!  You said it was the Chinese version “Christmas Tree”. That’s a great performance! Hahahahaha……

You only play it once every few days. Trying to explore all the auto play songs , tones and rhymes besides practicing what you’ve learned. Good start! 😛

Anyway, thanks for not playing rough and taking good care of it. As it’s not as durable as the outdoor furniture. Thus, mummy even covered it with cloth to avoid dust spreading on the keys. Hahahaha……


I am praying

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 18, 2010

Ever since I came back from Spain, it’s always…

Liz:”Mummy, I want to watch cartoon.”

Liz:”Mummy, can I watch cartoon, please…”

No way! Mummy promised that this situation is going to end by today. Mummy must make a new plan with lots of activities. But definitely not this.

Mummy:”What is all these for, baby?”

Liz:”It’s the decoration for praying.” 😯 Then, she just starts her prayers. LOL!

I think she learn this from our “Cheng Ming” (Ancestor praying day) prayers at home. Well, mummy really don’t mind. But, please don’t pray to mummy and daddy’s wedding photo. You don’t pray to people who are still alive, baby. *Choi!* Hahahahahaha……


I want to wear my new white dress

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 17, 2010


New Maxi from Vietnam. 100% cotton. Very good quality. Clean white match with tiny light purple flowers with some smoking above the chest. Sweet and lovely! Thus, little Elizabeth loves it so much.

Liz:”Mummy, I want to wear the new white dress with purple flowers to music class.”

That’s what she told me 2 days ago before she changed and departed to music class. At first I thought it’s a bit too big. But as she try it today, I think it’s just nice. And, it’s a wonderful dress for wedding invitations and other grand occasions.

Thanks, daddy! It’s truly surprise that daddy is expert in choosing nice dress for his girl too. 😛


Mummy, Cheez

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 16, 2010

Nowadays, you will walk up to mummy and posting in front of the camera waiting for mummy to snap a picture for you whenever mummy is holding a camera. So cute! Mummy loves it! Ha!

By the way, I think mummy should schedule more time to play with you too. Since mummy came back from Spain, you will spend hours in front of the TV instead of “cooking” together with Kak Sue once mummy has no time to play with you.

So, it’s either more learning DVDs or have more activities and more time for you. Well, mummy promised that there will be something new that will surely pleased you coming up next week, ok?

So, Bye Bye TV! That’s impossible! May be just less than an hour a day. :)


My Throat Pain Pain

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 15, 2010

You missed your afternoon nap as you were coughing badly yesterday. You get frustrated. You told mummy you were so sick.

Liz:”Mummy, my throat pain pain. I want to see doctor.” You kept complaining. Then, you vomited. 😯

Mummy:”Don’t worry. Mummy will take you to the doctor now. ”

Mummy called daddy. So when daddy questioned you in the phone……

Daddy:”Did you feel your throat pain pain when you drink water?”

Liz:”No.” 😯

Mummy:”Are you sure your throat has no pain when you drink water?” You nod your head almost immediately.

Mummy:”Your throat only pain pain when you cough?” Nod Nod again.

Mummy:”That means you has no sore throat. No need to see doctor then.”

Liz:”My throat pain pain. I want to go playground.”

So that’s the truth behind this whole story. You wanted to visit the playground in the clinic. What a cheeky girl! Hahahahaha……

So my darling, mummy realized that you lie a lot recently. How am I going to stop this bad habit of yours? :(

But, mummy have to admit that your mood really was affected by the bad cough. You were crying in the music class just now for about half the lesson. Poor girl! And, you are surely excited if I buy gold bullion for you. But it will definitely not as excited as you see the playground. That’s kids. So, cheer up! Baby! Mummy promised that tomorrow we will be at the playground, alright? 😉


I solve it all by myself

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 14, 2010


Look at my girl. You finally manage to complete this 40 small pieces of Barney puzzles all by yourself. Something unexpected. You really are full of surprises. Mummy definitely going to buy more of this type of Barney puzzle for you. May be something more complicated instead? Ha!

Keep it up, baby. This is definitely something to remember for 40 month old. And, mummy just want to say:” I am so proud of you, baby.” 😛


Welcome to my beautiful little town

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 12, 2010


You spent lots of time playing with this beautiful little town on Sunday. First you help Sue to build it. Then, you took out your little princess dolls, dress them up and make them dancing, walking and hanging around this beautiful town. 😉

Besides, mummy, granny and uncle Bill took you to shopping at Tesco and also took turn to swim with you on last Saturday. You really enjoyed swimming. Hopefully you learn how to swim soon from uncle Bill. :)

All these activities actually make a great balance to the hours you spent on the electronics at home. Just nice! Somehow, you told daddy in the phone that mummy only went jogging with you while he was away. That was what granny did while mummy and daddy were both in Spain 2 weeks ago. 😯

You got mixed up baby! Hahahahahaha……


My Spanish Dance

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 7, 2010

Mummy finally came back last week. I am so happy. Keep smiling since I saw dad and mum in the airport till all the way home. I got so many presents. And, I am so glad mum turned me to a Spanish girl right on that night. Ladies and gentlemen, please give a loud applause for my… Spanish Dance. 😉

Mum said,” That was so real and wonderful! Where did you seen it before?” 😯

Well, I have no answer. But, I like this dress so much. So, I wore it to my music class on the next day. And while I stepped into the car…

Liz:”Mum, this is my carriage. I am a princess.”

Mummy:”Oh! Yes! Your highest. ” 😛

Liz:”Er…No. No. No. I am not a princess. I am a Spanish girl now.” 😉 (LOL! So cute!)

Finally, I got daddy and mummy sleeping beside me again. :)