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I had a Great Holiday

Posted by Everyday Healy on November 18, 2010

I was happily going to school this morning. As yesterday I had enjoyed a great holiday.


I was playing pretend, making stories with my paper castle, princess, step mother and carriage which is actually a 3D puzzle. Nowadays, I had so much fun playing pretend with dolls or animals. I just keep making stories about my princess, her stepmother, my brother or sister and my dog or bird. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Liz:”See… I can control the handle well now, even if I let go one of my hand.”

Also, I am glad dad and mum kept their promise and took me cycling outside the Coffee Bean at Gurney Walk. Beautiful sea, cool breeze, green trees, and tasty vanilla milk. Wow! That’s my heaven! Hahahahaha…………

Anyway, I am also excited because of the new Hard Rock T shirt which mum bought from Spain. Finally, I am big enough to fit into it. ย Ha! :)


May I squeeze your pimple, daddy

Posted by Everyday Healy on July 8, 2010

Liz:”Daddy, you got pimple on your eye.”

Daddy:”Are you sure it’s pimple?”

Liz:”Yes!” Immediately , Elizabeth little fingers just reached out and trying to scratch the pimple.

Daddy:”Wow! Don’t! That’s painful!” Then, daddy continued……

Daddy:” When you want to squeeze the pimple on my face, you have to ask for my permission first.” (What? You mean as long as she ask for permission you will let her squeeze the pimple on your face? *Scratch my head*)

Immediately she asked……

Liz:”May I squeeze your pimple, daddy?”

Daddy:”No!” What? My little princess gets so angry with this answer. Of course! She is trying to be a good girl and ask for the permission, but still the answer is “no”. Then why ask? Wicked daddy!ย Elizabeth began to fight in rough manner. Wow! Better ask your daddy weather he has already bought the disability insurance?ย You just never give up, aren’t you, baby?ย But, it’s just a pimple! LOL! Hahahaha……

Eventually, daddy was struggling to get rid of her. This is a lesson for you, daddy. Be careful! Think twice next time before you say anything to your little princess. She just ain’t easy to handle any more. Hahahahaha……


I help to feed daddy’s little fish

Posted by Everyday Healy on July 2, 2010

Daddy was away to Hatyai, Thailand since yesterday. I help mummy to feed daddy’s little fish. And, I am looking forward to spell the word “house” for daddy. Yeah… I love spelling these days. :)

By the way,ย I am a grown up now.ย I don’t look for daddy any more when I went to bed last night. In fact, I fell asleep as soon as I finished my milk while mummy are still busy applying acne products in the toilet. But, I just keep grumbling in the afternoon that daddy will buy me Tinker Bell’s toys orย accessories when he come back.

I guess grown up means getting more materialistic too. Thus, present always comes first whenย daddy and mummy come home from travelling.. Hahahahaha………

So excited! Let’s see what I get tomorrow evening ย when daddy come home. ๐Ÿ˜‰


I want Daddy Massage

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 11, 2009

Liz:”Daddy! Daddy! I want daddy!”

That’s what commonly heard for the past 2 weeks as she was sick. Daddy feed. Daddy bathe. Daddy change. Then, she was crying, grumbling while sleeping on Monday morning. That’s very early in the morning. Only about 7am.

Daddy:” What do you want?” Liz:” I want daddy massage.” *Sob* *Sob* ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

Gosh! Luckily she didn’t ask daddy to make milk.Well, daddy said this is a real pay back. As he never help up in taking care of this little naughty before. Hahaha……

So, who make the milk? Mummy! :roll:

It’s either mummy or daddy. The maid can’t even touch the towel. If the maid help to take anything, she just got to put it back at the same place, then mummy go get it for Elizabeth again. Fussy! Terribly fussy! So end up it’s the maid who manage to get a good rest. And, mummy and daddy can’t even get a good night sleep for almost 1 week already. :roll:

Trust me! Even as her mum, I don’t even know what kind of logic is that. But the good news is…… She has finally recovered from flu after 2 long weeks. *Sigh* ๐Ÿ˜›


Say Cheez

Posted by Everyday Healy on December 5, 2008


I know I am hot. But, not really suffering. May be mom’s prayer has been answered. I am still having fun with toys, especially the camera. I think it’s a free gift from Ribena. And, mommy said she got it long ago. At least, it’s fairly new and interesting to me.ย  Say “Cheez” Hahaha……

Little Elizabeth finally got her own camera. Thanks to Ribena.

By the way, this is her new writing table. That’s her birthday gift from her be loved daddy. Even though this small table and the 2 tiny recline chairs are quite expensive, But, the chair is really stable and it is made of high quality plastic.

Most importantly, sheย really appreciates it. Especially those chairs which she always long for. Worth it!


Her new Collection

Posted by Everyday Healy on November 7, 2008

Mummy feels so sorry for stop writing. So sorry that part of your story gone missing, my dear. Mummy will continue your story now. May be I will miss out some parts from time to time, but I will never stop writing until you can continue your story by your own. How about that? Ok? hehe……

Anyway, this is what she got yesterday night. Daddy immediately took us out to Starbucks right after he reached home from work. He mentioned about a beautiful bear sold in Starbucks before. Last night, he said: ” I want to get that bear for Elizabeth. Let’s go!” Huh? Since when a macho man cares about teddy bears, instead of cars, PDA, Hi Fi or home theater furniture? ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

This is the one that makes daddy so excited. A cutie bear with reindeer coat. It’s Christmas special edition. There is male and female. Mummy like the female bear so much. Cause it has rosy chicks. So lovely! ๐Ÿ˜›

So, more bears. Almost no more space to store.

Grandma said: “Not again!”

Our maid said: ” It’s so expensive!”

I said: “It’s better to be books.”

But, daddy said: “She likes bears. So, I help her to make her collection.”

Then, mummy replied in my heart: “Thank you, daddy.”

Elizabeth, you are so lucky to have your dad as he really cares about your happiness. Your immediate enjoyment. Whereas, Mummy always think about her future. I think that’s just nice, isn’t it? You got all your present and future well taken care of then. Hahahaha…….


My “Fu Wa”

Posted by Everyday Healy on August 22, 2008

Finally, daddy is home. Liz was waving hard and smiling sweet once she saw daddy walking out from the arrival hall in the airport on Wednesday. And, daddy carried her straight away when he came to little Lizzy.

Then, he passed a big box to Liz in the car which was already holding in his hand since he came down from the plain. Liz said: “Wow!”, when she first looked at the box.

Wow… Daddy get you 5 beautiful dolls! ๐Ÿ˜›

These five are absolutely very famous now. And, these five Olympic “Fu Wa” — lucky doll has become Liz new friends now. Anyway, they are not just toys, they are fantastic collection. And, Liz always loves soft toys. Thus, these dolls really make her smile. You are lucky, baby! Cause your daddy knows you well. :)


Daddy is home

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 14, 2008

Daddy came back earlier just now at about 6.30pm. But, he went out for appointment again after taking his bath. That’s daddy! Always busy working. In fact, mummy and Elizabeth don’t expect daddy to come home so early. At least daddy had spend some wonderful time with Elizabeth in the garden just now. That’s rare and precious! ๐Ÿ˜›

Sometimes, parents and their kids have strong connection. Daddy came home at the right time. It seems he knows his daughter was sick. That’s amazing! Basically, daddy seems busy even at home.

However, I believe baby Elizabeth can understand her daddy well when she grow up later. After all, no one is perfect, girl! But, daddy loves you so much. He actually work so hard for the money that you spend so easily. ๐Ÿ˜›

Don’t worry, daddy. Even not this father’s day, I believe Elizabeth will show her appreciation in the future. There will be time your little princess buy her daddy the patek philippe watch as father’s day gift. Wow! That sounds great, isn’t it? May be 30 years later? Just be patient, ok? hahaha……

We as parents will always give our children unconditional love. Somehow, different people will show their love in different ways. Mummy choose to scarify my work to take care of Elizabeth at home. In this case, daddy will have to work hard for our living. ๐Ÿ˜›


Cute Daddy

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 13, 2008

Yesterday, Elizabeth was playing at the playground in Gurney Plaza again. Mummy has yet to show you how much she loves that playground. However, mummy just can’t wait to show you how much daddy has sacrifies for his girl.

Mummy really got to “kow tow” to daddy. It’s quite impossible for an adult to sqeeze in that tiny little “Taxi”. But, he just did it! Cute daddy! ๐Ÿ˜†

I can see that daddy really made a great effort to spend time with his girl. We love you, daddy! :)


“Pai Pai”

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 4, 2008

Last Saturday, mummy, daddy and Elizabeth were praying at The Goddess of Mercy Temple ( Kuan Yin Teng) Penang. This is one of the most famous historical buildings in Penang.

And, mummy seems never brought her there. This should be the first time little Elizabeth visited this highly auspicious temple. As she already learn how to pray with both palms close together — “Pai Pai”, she will “Pai Pai” whenever she was asked to do so. Good girl! May God bless you! :)


Mummy likes the idea of daddy that take the initiative to free the birds together with little Lizzy. Buddhism believes “Thou shall not kill”, and it’s good karma to free the animals instead of killing them. Thus, there is a stall outside the “Kuan Yin Teng” selling birds in the cage to promote this idea.

I don’t quite agree with the seller. They are not supposed to make this a business. However, it’s good to show Elizabeth that we should free the birds instead of killing or catching them. ๐Ÿ˜›

We have fun there. ๐Ÿ˜‰


Daddy, I miss you

Posted by Everyday Healy on April 3, 2008

For the past whole week, Elizabeth started to miss her daddy when daddy goes to work. She
can even picked up the phone every now and then and start talking for so long. Mummy still can’t understand her language yet.

But, mummy can hear she called “Papa”.

Muaks… You are so cute, baby! Mummy wish I could understand what do you mean. It should be more fun and amusing! ๐Ÿ˜›

Elizabeth also keep asking mummy to carry her outside. And, if she does not see daddy’s car, her face will immediately turned grumpy. Then, she will point to the place where daddy always park the car there. And, twist and turn her hands to signal “No”.

Poor, girl! Daddy is coming home, k?

Obviously, little Elizabeth has grown up a lot. She is learning how to make a call now. And, she already knows that she should hand up the phone once the conversation finished. Bravo! ๐Ÿ˜›


I don’t want to swim

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 24, 2008

Time flies. We are back from KL. And, mummy really have no regret to bring along my little princess. She was a very good girl for the past 2 days while she was in KL. Mummy is so proud of her. ๐Ÿ˜›

However, mummy just take a few shots. As mummy was too busy spending time carrying my baby all around. In fact, she became so clingy while we were in KL. She wanted mummy to carry her most of the time instead of daddy or kakak.

But, mummy loves to do that too. I am glad she was so happy throughout the journey, except the time daddy take her down to the hotel’s swimming pool.

What happened to Elizabeth? Only God knows! But, why daddy is fraunning too? Like daughter like father! hahaha…….

Anyone has any idea why does this happened? Not familiar with the pool? Too many strangers in it? She loves going into the pool so much when she was at home. Mummy and daddy was a bit disappointed to see her grumpy face at that moment as we expect she will love it. Thus, we even bring along the floats. :(


Can I follow?

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 15, 2008

Daddy seems want to bring my little princess to Kuala Lumpur.

“Daddy, are you sure?”

Daddy and mummy is going to attend the Manulife Award Presentation Dinner, which held in Kuala Lumpur on the 22nd March. Since it is just a 2 days 1 night trip, daddy thought may be we can give it a try and make it the first long distance vacation trip for Elizabeth. She will be very happy that she can finally travel together with mummy and daddy. ๐Ÿ˜›

Frankly, mummy have no confidence at all on making sure baby Elizabeth will not cry when she has to be in the car for more than 4 hours. However, mummy is kind of excited. Mummy plan to bring the maid along to help along. That sounds much better, isn’t it? :)

There are so many things I need to get prepared, including which are the places should we visit when we are there. Zoo? Which toy or what book to bring along? What are the food that I should prepare for Elizabeth? Bread? Biscuits? Plain Rice? Fish balls? Should I get a new luggage specially for baby Elizabeth too? I should bring more pants and shirts for Elizabeth, or more dresses?

Somehow, this is not the final decision. Mummy might decide to give up this idea. As mummy is thinking of reserving this trip as the romantic moment for 2. Oh! I am still very uncertain. :(


I don’t miss you

Posted by Everyday Healy on March 2, 2008

Daddy is still in Port Dickson. And, every time daddy call back he will surely asked: ” What is Lizzy doing now?” But,ย  how come my little princess never ask :” Where’s daddy?” hehe…

Of course I know she can’t talk yet. But, mummy knows her well. As usual she will look into the study room whenever she miss her daddy. This is because daddy is always in the study room whenever he is at home.

However, it’s kind of strange that she just never did for these 2 days. It’s quite impossible that this little girl just forget about daddy all of the sudden. I suspect that may be she really understand what mummy and daddy told her.

“Girl, Daddy will be away for 2 days. He will only be back at Sunday night. ”

LOL! This is even ridiculous, isn’t it?ย  hahaha……

Anyway, mummy is so glad that she did not cry for daddy. At least that save up lots of mummy’s energy and time keep singing, dancing and making silly faces to make the crying little girl stop crying and start smiling. ๐Ÿ˜›

Somehow, I have learn that soon she will be old and clever enough to cry for daddy and mummy whenever she is away from us. LOL! Is that means mummy and daddy is going to lost our “Me” time soon? ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

Poor daddy, you must have miss little Elizabeth so much! But, mummy miss daddy like crazy! hahaha……



Posted by Everyday Healy on February 29, 2008

Daddy has left. He went to “Poh Poh” house tonight, sleep there and straight away departing to Port Dickson by tomorrow morning. But before he leave, he bring me to seven eleven and buy me 5 packs of Yakult. I love Yakult!

Since the first time mummy bought me the first pack of Yakult, I straight away fall for it. That’s something irresistible! So yummy! ๐Ÿ˜›

And, this is what happened for the second time I get Yakult?

I guess at that time, I am only about 10 months old.

Daddy, wish you have a safe journey and see you on Sunday night. Mummy is going to miss you! :)


My flowers

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 15, 2008

Yeah… other than Balloon, I like flowers the most! :)

And, by today I already know which is White Lilly, which is baby breath and which is berry… Mummy said, “That’s fantastic!” ๐Ÿ˜›

Anyway, this is my Valentine’s present from Daddy. But, mummy said it’s hers! So bad! It’s mine! hahaha… Mummy supposed to blog about this yesterday. But, mummy actually cut her finger yesterday. Thus, don’t feel like continue blogging after that.

However, mummy just won’t forget to shot a pic of the moment this cute little girl showing interest over this big bouquet which is almost taller than her! :) Like mother like daughter, Elizabeth really loves flowers. And I am sure she will asked for one too as soon as she can talk. So, may be daddy have to prepare 2 bouquet for next year if he still decided to buy flowers as Valentine’s gift! ๐Ÿ˜†

Somehow, I think if Elizabeth asked for flowers, daddy might easily buy a much much bigger one for her. Mummy knows exactly how much her dad pampered her! LOL!


I can take the lead

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 12, 2008

My girl did enjoy attending the wedding dinner. She will join the crowd and clap her hands together whenever she saw people clap their hands.

However, daddy had a hard time that night. Elizabeth wanted to drink from the cup, but she still can’t handle it well. Thus, the drink in her mouth will spill out. So, mummy has to stop her to avoid her white dress get stained. Of course she cried. As a result, daddy has to carry her away from the table and walk her around to stop her tears. :roll:

Anyway, I think Elizabeth enjoyed the most when she get a chance to run about outside the restaurant once the dinner end. It seems she was very friendly and quite independent. She can go near other kids on her own. In fact, she was the one who started running, bubbling and playing on her own. Then, all the “jie jie”, “ko ko” joined her. LOL! Not bad aye? At least she can take the lead! hahaha…….

But, please don’t run so fast, my dear… mummy just can’t take it anymore! :roll:

Oh! I better be careful. There is gap on the floor…

Er… you want to join me?


What’s this?

Posted by Everyday Healy on February 1, 2008

I just can wait to see will my girl enjoy Chinese New Year? I always feel it’s a part of my responsibility to show and teach her about our Chinese cultures. And, what’s better than she can personally experience it on her own?

This coming Chinese New Year will be her first time to expose to the various types of “kuih” (biscuits and cakes) that specially made for CNY, “angpau” and dragon dance.

At the same time, She will learn that we actually visits our friends and family members during CNY to celebrate this big celebration together. That’s the reason why mummy do not plan for any Outer Banks vacation during CNY.

But, I almost forget about this…

Guess who is the one who brought this home? Of course it’s daddy! As you can see may be this is the reason why my girl is so boylish. Ha! Most of the time. she is like daughter like son to her daddy.

And, I certainly understand why daddy bought fireworks for her. As during our childhood time, fireworks and fire crackers are one of the main attraction during CNY. So, I am sure daddy wants to share the joy with his darling little princess. ๐Ÿ˜›

Of course, we will burn it and she can only watch it. This is not something she can handle on her own yet. But, I am concern will it cause serious pollution to our home? LOL! Why should I think so much. This is just a one year once occasion. :)


It’s fun and funny

Posted by Everyday Healy on January 22, 2008

Little Lizzy is getting naughtier now. But, I am glad that she enjoyed all her dances and tricks. On the other hand, me and hubby really had a great time almost everyday just by playing with her. Have a look at how naughty Elizabeth enjoyed hiding herself in this mosquito net…

But, you really did a great job, baby! You are the best rewards for our daily chores, especially for daddy. Daddy always look forward to play with you after his daily heavy workloads.ย 

Anyway, I enjoy all her funny faces, dances, tricks and imitations so much. If you have a baby who is going to turn one, just be patient. You will have this wonderful moment sooner than you ever think. And, you will miss your baby like nothing else once he or she is out of your sight at this moment. :)



Posted by Everyday Healy on October 25, 2007

What do you think? Just by looking at my beautiful picture? I looks very excited? I might be raising my hand signaling “Yahoo!”, right? Or something like this? ๐Ÿ˜›

Nope! I am not. Have you watched “Superman”? I never. But, dad always show me what Superman did when he is getting ready to fly… He showed me some time ago. And, he never do it anymore after I stop laughing whenever I saw this action. That was about 2 months ago. All of the sudden, I miss this action so much! So… I just did it! ๐Ÿ˜‰

( Yup, I already learn up this trick while you keep showing me, dad! Surprise? Clever, ai? I mean to tell, but I can’t. Anyway…Thanks, dad! I just love it. Any new tricks?)

At first, I show it to my maid in the garden. Then, to my mum and everyone in the house only when I am in the mood. They seems excited. Every time I did it, everyone of them will come to me and give me a big :applause:. kind of proud with myself! ๐Ÿ˜›

However, when I am not in the mood, no matter how hard they try to tease me, no matter how many times they keep mentioning “Superman”… I just won’t do it. Don’t you think it’s kind of irritating just to show them on their request?

“I will do it whenever I feel like doing it, mum… dad… granny…, understand?”

Anyway, cute ya? me in that picture? This is the time when I get excited when I saw big big cartoons around… So… that’s it! Show time! ๐Ÿ˜›

And… never forget to tell you aunties and uncles something… Sometimes, I will also do it when I heard word like “Spiderman!”. It’s slightly different from Superman though, but… almost the same isn’t it? Am I right? :blush: