My friend had lowered his basketball ring to the lowest level and despite it, the height was sufficient for me the shortie of the clique to execute a slam dunk. I went at it and it bounced right off the back of the ring that was in contact with the board. Those were the days.More
The night was a little hot, so we turned on the air conditioning. Was woken up at about 4.30am by multiple movements from my darling. I had thought nothing of it until they persisted. Yet she didn’t wake up to cry as she would usually do so because of her own fidgeting. I then thought […]More
Darling literally chuckled out loud when sleeping in my arms just now. It was the not-so-first-but-still-first audible laughter.
It made wifey and myself so happy : D
As I told Wifey earlier in the night, I feel like I made no personal sacrifices having this darling baby.
It was as though I have had her in my life since forever.
If darling continues to zhuk zhuk her fingers at night, we'll have awesome restful nights : D
I kept my mum-in-law from wrestling my darling from me not once, not twice, but thrice, while I was trying to put her to sleep in my arms.
She has done that for close to two months now, ever since my girl is born. This, I feel, is a prelude to a certain type of dependency on a single caretaker whose style is potentially one of over-pampering. The millenial problem isn't a millenial generation thing. The parents and grandparents are complicit.
Will hold my ground from now on, which in our Asian culture might be perceived as disrespectful. But it must be done vis. the respect I have for my MIL for her tireless dedication to looking after our lovely baby.