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I want to “wee wee” in the toilet

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 31, 2010

As mummy drive you home from school this morning……

Liz:”Mummy, I wan to “wee wee”.

Mummy:”No again.” :roll:

So, we stopped at the petrol station. But, the 2 toilets were occupied. And, we saw the uncle went in to our ladies toilet. Yet, he never come out after about 15 to 20 minutes.

Mummy:”Liz, can we go home and “wee wee”?

Liz:”No! I want to “wee wee” now.

How about you “wee wee” at the drain outside. :(

After we have done……

Liz:”But, I want to “wee wee” in the toilet!”

Mummy:”Sorry, Liz. Next time, ok?”

In fact, this is not the first time. It happens few times ago when we can’t find toilet in the middle of the road while little Elizabeth just can’t hold her “wee wee” anymore. Is mummy doing the right thing? But, I just don’t want to let you suffer from holding your “wee wee”. That really ain’t easy. LOL!


Playing at the Beach

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 29, 2010

Yesterday, I just swim at home. But, I am content with it. Then, we planned to go to the beach this morning. Unfortunately, everybody sleep until 10 a.m. Mummy said it’s too hot at this hour. May be tomorrow morning. :)

So, this is my all time favourite. I love to go to the beach. In fact, I just had a great time at the beach on Thursday.

It’s such fun! We went home as the sky turned dark. :)

I guess if mummy told you that we can actually have barbecue party at the beach, you little party queen will get even more excited. I am sure my curious little one would love to find out how to set up fire and grill yummy food right on the beach without using the electric grill. Mummy promised this is going to be more fun than picnic at the beach. 😛


It’s just a design

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 21, 2010

You still play blocks. But,not much on building castles anymore. You just did something like this.

Mummy:”What is this, baby?”

Liz:”It’s just a design, mummy.”

Mummy:”oh, Yeah! Mummy should have seen it. They are patterns. Nice pattern!”

Mummy realized you are so good at making those symmetrical patterns. I really don’t know weather it’s a sign or a talent that will makes you a future designer. Somehow, they are quite impressive to mummy. Keep it up, baby!  :)


I can swim on my own

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 17, 2010

Liz:”I want my Barbie Doll float. I want to swim on my own, mummy.”

Mummy:”Yeah… You are brave big “Jie Jie” now. That’s impressive!”

Look at my brave little princess! She don’t need mummy to carry her in the water anymore. She finally learned to trust the float. And, swim on her own now! Mummy is so proud of you. Really! 😉


I got my make up set

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 15, 2010

I still don’t know how to make up. But, I like it! Thus, I get a make up set since Tuesday night. Hooray!

Nowadays, I dress up myself.

Look at these 4 rings, aren’t they nice?

Oh, mum! Thanks for putting on eye shadow for me. I can apply lipstick on my own ,ok? :)

I am really busy learning how to make up now.

Liz:”Mum, I want Barbie doll.”Ah Ha! Not so into motorbike, football, the playground pull up bars, lion dance and dinosaur anymore. It’s more of make ups, Barbie Doll, Princess, cooking, bracelet, ballet, etc. Such a feminine girl now! 😛


I am a sexy school girl

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 14, 2010


Wow! Sexy School Girl! So cute!  😉

Today, I enjoy playing pretend about going to school. It’s such fun! But, I don’t want to wake up so early and go to school every morning. I want to stay at home!

I cried again this morning.

Liz:”I don’t want to go to school.” *Woo…Woo……*

Mummy:”Oh, girl. Don’t cry anymore. You need to go to school everyday. That’s your work.”

Liz:”Today got no school, mummy.”

Mummy:”Oh, Liz. Quickly brush your teeth and get up to the car. You have been really naughty. I think you become Elizabeth lazy bone now.”

Liz:”I want to go walk walk.”

Mummy:”No more walk walk today. Cause you get up late and wasting all the time on crying and throwing tantrum. That’s it! Mummy won’t pampered you anymore. Mummy never really force you to do anything. But, schooling is the only thing you must do everyday. You already grown up. Stop crying. You must learn to follow certain rules and regulation now. Do things that you might not like, but you just need to do it willingly for your own good. ” *Mummy raised up my voice and starring at you at the same time*

Wow! She is truly angry this time. 😯 Better don’t challenge her. I kept very quiet and stopped crying. LOL!


Get back to School again

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 13, 2010

I was kicking, crying and shouting every now and then last night. I never had a quite and sound sleep ever since I got sick, I just keep on having bad dreams.Then, I woke up with a bad mood too.

Liz:”I don’t want to go to school. I want to go “Kai Kai” ( go shopping or outing).” LOL!

It took mummy about 20 minutes to keep on explaining to me why I got to go to school. But, I just couldn’t be bothered. Eventually, I was being threaten. No TV, no playground, no shopping, no toys, if I am not going to school. Not again! But, it worked. Immediately I open my hands wide and big to let mummy carry me down from the bed.

Liz:”But, I want to go walk walk.”


Then I also asked for vinegar with honey drinks ( More honey, less vinegar mix with a cup full of water. Natural  fatburners. Ha! I just love the sweet and sour taste. It’s simply irresistible! *Slurp*) and “kaya” bread before I brush my teeth.

So I get all I asked for including get out from the gate and walk along the roadside for 10 minutes before I get into the car.As usual, the walking made me feel so happy. Want some “kaya” bread? Mmm…… It’s yummy! 😉


Finally, I recovered and get back to school again.


I can tuck them on the Display Board now

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 12, 2010

See… Mummy had set up a new board for me to tuck all my drawings, cut and pastes or colorings on it. I enjoy coloring more now because I can tuck all my hands work on this board. And, Daddy will get to see it when he come back at night. Thanks to Auntie Dora. This is quite a great idea. 😉

I also like to share all my work with the others, including my friends daddy and mummy. LOL!

This display board is truly encouraging for me to work harder. But, hopefully I won’t become too boastful. Ha!


My Pretty Happy Horse

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 11, 2010

It all started from a new blue hairband that mummy brought home from the market this morning. 😛

Then, I gave her my nice blue scarf to match with the blue hairband.

Now she got her sunglasses.

And, a nice handbag.

Look at my happy horse! Just as beautiful as me, aye? That’s the fun of playing pretend. My favourite past time!

Today, my happy horse is a beautiful lady. And, I am a fashion designer. Tomorrow, I might feed him with testosterone booster to make “him”  a strong knight or musketeers! Fun aye? Haha…………


Such fun to be absent from school

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 10, 2010

Liz:”Such nice flowers. I like yellow flowers. I want to tie them on my hair.” LOL!

I woke up early in the morning. Sitting right in front of the TV for a few cartoon shows. Then, “Kak Sue” take me to the garden to pluck some yellow flowers. Later, I took some porridge with my favourite soya sauce.

Then, I enjoyed “story linking” with mummy in the afternoon and “Kak Sue” teach me how to make a nice handbag before I went to bed for my afternoon nap.


Liz:”I like my new handbag so much! :)  But always broken one.” (The handle always drop out) Hahahahahaha……

See, it’s such fun to be absent from school! :wink:By the way, I am getting better now. No more fever and need less tissues to clean my nose.


Today is already the 3rd day

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 9, 2010

Oh! Did you start taking picture again, mum? Wait… wait…

How’s the post? Brilliant aye? I am a Super model! Ha!

I posted at the airport and let mum took a few pictures for me after “Poh Poh” and “Gong Gong” check in to fly to Bangkok.I look good, din’t I? But I actually kept sneezing out mucus. On the other hand, mummy and “Kak Sue” were fully equipped with lots of tissues and were busy helping me to blow my nose all day long.

My flu is certainly getting serious. Also, It’s already the 3rd day since I first get fever. I kind of lost appetite since I get sick this Friday. Thus, I started to loose weight now. Obviously, I am not good. Looks like I am going to be absent at school tomorrow. Hooray! 😯

By the way, I don’t mind loosing some weight. As I became quite chubby lately. Getting slimmer is definitely a good news for a little vain pot like me who has no money to buy apidexin. But no medicine please, mum! :(


My new Hello Kitty Cap

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 9, 2010

Even though I am sick yesterday, but I am still quite active.

Liz:”I want to eat Japanese food. And, I want to go shopping at Gurney Plaza.”

Alright. Mummy was trying hard to please you. Kind of pity my little princess get sick again. So, everybody get ready. Let’s go to gurney Plaza. Then, look at my little vain pot……

I love my new white Hello Kitty cap from Spain. 😉

How about that? Fully dress up with cap, sunglasses and handbag.

Liz:”Mummy, I am so beautiful!” :)I think you forgot your handphone (her toy Barbie handphone), baby. Hahahahaha……


The balloon can fly straight up to the sky

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 7, 2010

Your first time attending church wedding. So do mummy and daddy. Well, you enjoyed playing with the helium balloon which will fly straight up to the sky once you release it. of course, the rainbow colored paper party stripes is nice to play with too.  😛

Liz:”I want balloon!”Daddy:”Ok.” Daddy jump on a chair to get the balloon on hanging on the ceiling for you. Once, Twice and thrice.


Daddy:”You let go the balloon again?” 😯


Well, that’s a cheeky smiled.

I guess my little curious cutie just find it interesting to see the balloon flying high up to the sky and never drop back down. Ha! As these balloons never drop back down to the floor like those she always get it free from the counter displays at the mall or those we pumped or blew for her at home. Thus, she even let go the last balloon that she brought home to the sky immediately she reached home.Liz:”The balloon can fly straight to the sky.” Haha……

Mummy:”Why still so happy? You got no more balloon, you know?”

Liz:”It’s ok, mum. It’s ok.” :)

Cute! 😉


My cat, Dog and Guinea pig

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 6, 2010

Yesterday, I was a good girl. Mummy was so excited to see me start drawing animals for the first time instead of just faces all the time.

I don’t like art class. I don’t really enjoy coloring. But, I like to draw. Somehow, I don’t know how. So, mummy gave me a thick file which shows step by step on how to draw a thing out.

Liz:”But mummy, can you draw for me or not?”

Mummy:”You can do it, baby. Be confidant. It’s so simple.”

So, I was kind of forced to draw myself. And…


How about that? I did it! I can draw a cat!


And, I manage to trace a dog and a guinea pig too. Mummy was really excited. :)


41th month

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 5, 2010

Little Elizabeth is getting really matured now. You might be a born sales expert, my dear. As you talk non stop. And, you make fantastic excuses and give good reasons. Your speech is always full of description too. Most importantly, you speak clearly now. Even though your sentence formation is not firm yet.

Your interest in reading is still firm. But, it’s the other way round for writing. May be you need more time to handle the pencil. Take your time then. We still have bed time stories. But now, you can also read on your own. And suddenly, you start to recognize a lot of words. That’s amazing!

However, when you have the story book on your hand, you tends to elaborate the story with your own words according to your understanding of the story. As there are still many words that you don’t know. That’s very cute!

Anyway, elaborating story by your own is definitely an amazing move. As if a large amount of universal life insurance quotes offer a no-lapse guarantee; Lots of reading, story telling and elaboration since young will at least secure you from getting lost while writing an essay in the future. :)

And, you are trying very hard to wear or take off your own clothes now. Mummy can see it. You are almost there, baby. Mummy is so proud of you. 😉

But, Mummy really don’t expect you to start quarreling with mummy at this age. LOL!


I want, I don’t want

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 4, 2010

I cut my hair on last Saturday.

Liz:”I want to cut short hair.”

Mummy:”Alright. As you wish.”

Wow! Cutting hair seems to be a big thing to you, aye? So serious. And, so cute! 😛

Mummy:”Alright. Do you want to wash your hair?”

Little Elizabeth nod nod.

Taa… Daa…


Nice aye? You were so happy with your short hair. :)


You really enjoyed going to hair salon. Or shall mummy said, you just know how to pampered yourself, don’t you? Ha!

By the way, this is what happened this morning.

Liz:”Mummy, I want to tie my hair. And, shake, shake, shake.”

Mummy:”You mean you want to tie 2 side pony tail? I thought you don’t like to tie your hair. You hair is kind of short now. No need to tie anymore.”

Liz:”No. I want to tie my hair. I don’t want short short hair already.”

LOL! So fickle minded.  :roll:


You know that’s not safe, don’t you?

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 1, 2010

Recently, you always like to lie down on the sofa and watch TV. I think that’s the process of growing up. You just started to get lazy, isn’t it? LOL! Sit up, baby! Sit up!

Alright, mummy!Wow! you really sit up. Good girl. But after a while……

How about that? You will always have new idea, don’t you?

Mummy:”Is that so fun?”

Liz:”Yes. It’s very fun.”

Mummy:”But, you know that’s not safe, don’t you?”

Liz:”It’s ok, mum.” :roll:

That’s challenging! But, don’t do that please, baby. Also, lying down while watching TV is going to destroy your vision. Wearing glasses is nothing like wearing the safety glasses too. You just can’t take it out and put it aside after you have finished your job. Once you are shortsighted, the glasses will have to follow you for life unless you want to take the risk to go for laser treatment.  :(


I like red very much

Posted by Everyday Healy on May 1, 2010

Yesterday, you drank lots of water in school and at home (almost drinking water all day long using this new bottle). Thanks to this new red water bottle. LOL!

You simply like your new water bottle very much. You bring it to school, to your extra class. And used it at home too.

Mummy:”I think you really like this bottle.”

Liz:”Yes lah. I like red very much.”

Mummy:”Yeah. Red school bag with red water bottle. Very matching, right?”


Mummy:”I think you like it so much because you finally found a bottle that you can open by yourself and drink it directly from the mouth of the bottle without using straw as you always like. ”

Liz:”Yes!” 😉

It seems that you like this water bottle which is just the free gift of Ovatine more than the new red school bag that mummy brought back from Spain since last month. 😯