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My ballet dance in music class

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 19, 2010

I look great aye? It’s not ballet class. It’s actually my keyboard lesson. But, I can only play my keyboard for about 30 minutes. And, my music teacher was so kind. She will let us sing with notes. Then, play rhythm sticks, maracas or dance along with different types of interesting music at the end of the class for about 15 minutes. That’s fun aye? 😉

Last month, I always sleep around 5pm. Thus, hardly wake up and became really moody while attending my music class at 6.30pm. But, I sleep earlier (mostly before 3pm) in the afternoon now. Thus, I enjoyed my music class a lot again since last week. I am glad that soon I will be start playing with the Encore and Beat Book 2. 😉


I like my guitar and I love my baby

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 19, 2010

I have always wanted a baby and here it is! Now, it about “You & Me”.  😉

I can bath and feed my baby with milk now. My baby even got her own bed. I shall read bedtime stories for her when she goes to bed. But not everyday.  Also, I don’t really enjoy changing clothes for her. But, I will come to her when she cry. Yes. My baby can cry and laugh. I like to ask my mum to take care of her and tell her mummy will be back soon when I got to work. Hahahahahahaha……

Liz:”Can I have a electric guitar too?


Liz:”Wow!Let’s rock and roll!” 😛

Mummy bought 2 of these of my dream toys for me in the beginning of the month as ToyRUs giving away cash vouchers. Thanks to all those cash vouchers, online coupons, and other great offers. Mum mostly will buy some toys for me whenever there are great deals like this. 😛


First time dancing in the public

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 18, 2010

Mummy really need to mark this down even though there is no pictures for remembrance. Mummy was so regret I never brought along my camera that evening.

It was last Saturday’s evening. A day that I will never forget. There is a drawing contest and dance shows at the park nearby corresponding with earth day. It’s more like a kid event. Little Elizabeth wanted to draw and color too. Somehow, we were late. She was upset.

Later, she wanted to dance on the stage. But, she was not allowed to join the team as this is a performance from a school. Her unhappiness was all up on her face. Nearly cried. But, she was lucky. At the end of the performance, the MC finally invited all the children in the audience seats to go up to the stage to dance.

And, mummy was so proud when little Elizabeth raise her hand on her own. She was the first and the youngest to get up to the stage. Also, the first one to move and get loud cheering from the crowd once her favourite song — “Nobody” from Wonder girls started. She really dance beautifully like the wonder girls with no stage fright at all. 😛

I never knew you can be so good on the stage. This time, you really make me think that may be you are just born for it. I can never forget how gorgeous you are that evening. Wonderful! And, thanks for the great surprise. 😉


No more crying while waking up to school

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 14, 2010

It’s Saturday again. A day that I can sleep as long as I want. 😉

During weekdays, I can’t wake up! I don’t want to wake up! Exactly! For the last few months, you have problem getting up early in the morning. And, you will throw tantrum and cry if the first thing came into your sight is your toothbrush. Eventually, you will struggle every time mummy try to carry you down the bed. *Panic*

Gosh! What an ugly sleep look aye? Why wear pants and night gown? See, this is the latest trick. 😉

Just get you to the sofa while your eyes is still close. Then let you take your milk first, then change pants or panty for you then put on mosquito repellent before you actually sit up like what we see in this picture. Lastly, wake you up and get you to brush teeth and change your dress or shirts. Just like “Ang Moh” style, only brush teeth after food. LOL!

As a result, no more struggling while mummy carry you down the bed. Happily brush your teeth and always on time to reach your school. *sigh*

You better love to go to school like now. As there are Online Colleges but not kindy, my dear. Hahahahahaha……


I want to go to Shirt Class

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 13, 2010

Liz:”Mummy, I can’t wait any more. Can we go to McD now?”

Mummy:”Alright. Let’s go!”Liz:”But, I don’t know how to change. I need you to change for me.”

Mummy:”Oh! Ok. Ok. I am coming!” 😛

As mummy was changing for my little princess……

Liz:”Mummy, I want to go to shirt class, ok?”

Mummy:”What? Shirt class?” 😯 *Puzzled*

Liz:”Yes. I want to learn how to change shirt.” Waahahahahahaha……

Mummy:”Now I understand what you mean, baby. But, I am so sorry. There is no shirt class. Mummy will teach you how to do it at home, ok?”

Liz:”O… Ok. How about swimming class? Got swimming class or not?”

Mummy:”oh, sure! But, I think you are too young now. Somehow, we can give it a try during the year end school holiday, ok?”Liz:”Ok.” 😉

Wow! Looks like my curious little cheeky is so keen on learning now. Or is it because she was so contented to attend classes since young. Somehow, nothing to loss if she loves attending classes aye?  At least she already understand that attending classes is to learn something that we don’t know.

By the way, I think mummy will send you to learn swimming by year end holiday. No more delay. As that’s what happened yesterday.

Liz:”Mummy, how can I swim without the float? Mmmm…… (thinking)”

Then she take out her float, and immediately she just get down to this 4 feet pool by herself. 😯

But surprisingly she managed to grab the steal ladder and get her head up by herself before mummy grab her. Stunning! but, very dangerous as well. Mummy just got to watch her more closely this time. Of course, she should know how to float on her own as soon as possible too. :)


What is momthr?

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 12, 2010

Since 3 months ago, little Elizabeth starts reading quite well. I think she can easily recognised up to 100 or 200 words now. This little princess loves to read the words on the billboard too. Frankly, mummy enjoyed her reading so much. Mummy feels really proud when I watched her reading story books. LOL!

By the way, I think bedtime stories with large printing really help her to start reading earlier. This little princess is trying to form words too while writing. She is still quite weak in spelling. Mostly, she will join some alphabets together. Sometimes, it is as weird as something like this — bcbsnc, which might seems nothing close to the word she is trying to write. Somehow, if it’s something like “momthr”, mummy can tell even if my little princess didn’t tell me it’s “mother”. May be mummy should buy scrabble to strengthen her spelling. 😛

Anyway, little Elizabeth get fantastic grammar practise from this book. It ain’t easy to find good grammar exercise book for little one below 6. And, this one from Popular is excellent. :)


My first time in a Dental Clinic

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 7, 2010

 Last Monday, that was my first time in a dental clinic.

I did not bring along my sunglasses. I was provided with this cool sunglasses once I get up on the chair. Cool! 😛

Always need to open my mouth big. Kind of tiring. But don’t worry. You will have my full cooperation.  :)

Mmm! I am sure my teeth look really nice now, right? 😉

Liz:”Tell daddy I am very good girl when daddy come home tonight, ok?” Hahahaha……

I love lady doctor. The doctor is very friendly. I like to talk to her. She is very professional too. She helped me to clean my teeth and fill up the holes or cavities for 2 of my teeth. It’s a great experience! I love it! 😛

And, I understand from the doctor that I need to brush my teeth every night too especially after I finished my milk. Thus, I just did what she said. Mummy was so pleased. But, mummy said I have to go back to the clinic again as there are more holes on my other teeth to be filled. LOL!

Mummy absolutely have to mark this special moment down before I forget. You are exceptionally brave. I thought you will cry especially when you hear the kind of drill sounds. But, you just take it easy. Impressive! Mummy is so proud of you, baby. :POf course, thanks to aunty Dora’s fantastic recommendation. This clinic is simply great for kids. 😛


I like this total tangle free “shampoo”

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 7, 2010

Initially, I love this.

But after a few weeks ……

Liz:”Mummy, I want my old toothpaste ( First Teeth) back.”


Liz:”I don’t like this apple taste. Too sweet.”

So, mummy tried once. It is very sweet. But, my teeth does not appeared clean and bright while using “First Teeth”. May be I should try other kids toothpaste. No more baby toothpaste. LOL!

On the other hand, I love this Koala Pals Tear Free Body Wash so much.


Really no pain at all in the eyes when I accidentally touch them with my fingers that full of soap. No itchiness for my skin too. Quite moisturizing I guess. I like the cartoon character of the “crocodile” on  the bottle too. I am willing to forgo the playing moments in jacuzzi tubs  and only bathe under the shower most of the time now. So mum said:”Thanks to Koala Pals Body Wash.”

By the way, I want the Yellow bottle “Koala Pals Tear Free Hair Wash” too. But mum use this body wash to wash my hair as well. To her, it’s good enough. As this is the first shampoo that managed to make my hair totally tangle free. It feels so smooth. 😛


3 Years 9 months Old

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 5, 2010

I am already 3 years 9 months old. At the moment, my weight is 14 kg and my height is 98 cm. Still loves cooking, dancing, reading and talking non stop. At night, I just can’t sleep without bedtime stories like I always do. I mixed with more friends in my class now. And, I actually miss my school friends so much when I had my 10 days holiday because of coxsackie.

Still can’t get to bed earlier. And I always need to finish a bottle of milk before I can open my eyes, get up and brush my teeth every morning. I always wanted to drink milk and eating less proper meal every since I change my milk to Dugro 2 months ago. Mummy seems worried about it. LOL!

By the way, these 2 are my favourite food.

Chicken rice is simply too yummy! I guess I am taking it at least twice a week. I like to order apple juice too. But no more without ice. Hehe……

At home, I also like to take “tau kee” soup, watercress chicken soup, fried prawn and egg with rice. That’s it? No chicken or pork? No thanks. Hahahahaha……

My favourite pass time is drawing. I like numbers too. But, I hate writing Chinese words. Emotionally, I am very sensitive now. I show my poker face, hide in a corner or cried out loud at least 2 to 3 times a day. Thus, grandma said:” You are ridiculous!”  :(


I am breastfeeding

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 2, 2010

Guess what was she doing? Ladies and gentlemen……

Mummy:”What are you doing?”

Liz:” I am the mummy. And, this is my baby. I am breastfeeding now.”How about that? Hahahahahaha……

She even try to suck on mummy’s nipple every now and then recently. Kind of trying to imagine how she sucked breast milk when she was still a baby. Cute aye? Hahahahahaha……

She loves playing pretends. Moreover, she is quite interested in biology too. Especially human body. I guess if she knew there were first aid classes which taught people all the methods to save a person’s life, she will definitely be very excited about it. I can imagine how happy she is, if she get a chance to learn how to use the pulse oximeter, oxygen mask and bandages or antiseptic wipes. 😛


I can dance in the water

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 1, 2010

Liz:”Mummy, I want to show you my ballet dance in the water.  I can do it!”  😛

How was the turn? It’s a big surprise for mummy. And, it’s absolutely a clever trick. So cute! Lovely!

You talk a lot about ballet recently. You seems to fall for ballet. It all started from the cartoon “Angelina Ballerina”. So, mummy will let you join the “Bebe Ballet” class from this month onwards.

Mummy:”Do you want to join ballet class?”

Liz:”Yes! I love ballet so much!” 😉