Saturday, February 2, 2008

I love...

Today I feel like wanted to voice up something so I asked mummy to help me blog and let aunties know whether I'm clever girl or not.


I love to eat "kiam hu" "(salted fish crackers) and "bak hu" (homemade meat floss) that Ah Mah made. I can just take as many "kiam hu" as I can if I request from Ah Mah, Mummy and Ah Kong but they always limit me and worst still hide the bottle that keep "kiam hu" away from my Sight! I can't help it but it really taste so munchy and crunchy... hmm... I wish when I grow older and taller I will take the bottle and keep for myself inside my shirt!

I love to have/play with "bak hu" when I'm having my porridge. I prefer to ask daddy to bring the "bak hu" to me. Whenever they suggested "bak hu" that's the time when I don't tolerate to take porridge. So, I will quickly said "papa! papa na (means daddy take in mandarin)" Then, I will slowly use my finger to nibble and put into my mouth bit by bit or pour them out from the saucer and mess on the "table" of my walker. Ah Mah said must put me into the walker when it's feeding time otherwise I might run away in the middle of my meal. I also don't know how and when... I was busy playing with "bak hu" my porridge already finish and I also feel not so comfortable on my throat and requested to take half bowl of the soup.


Basically, that's my feeding time and the usage of "bak hu" but now I don't really like to eat "bak hu". I still love to play with them. *Cheeky grin* The new activity I love now is talk to myself and pen-down afew things from my thought...



See? I can hold the pen very well now and Ah Mah said I'm holding pen in a correct way now!

6 comments:

Bryan's Mama said...

hehe so cute....eating all the kiam hu!

Mamalina said...

good idea.. eating meat floss with porridge should taste great! Where to get the fish? sounds tasty too!

Peridot&Sapphire said...

paik ling: we have no choice gotto hide it away from her... eating too muh kiam hu also not that good... too salty

marlina: the fish was from a fishing village in Perak, MIL's hometown. So, I can't tell where to get as I never see it is sell in hypermarket or market in Penang.

Malaika's mummy said...

wah... En EN can really hold pen the correct way. Bravo.

slavemom said...

Look at her, so full of concentration when doing her masterpiece. :)

Peridot&Sapphire said...

chew lee: I was surprised too as she learned that in just a few days time!

slavemom: she will scream to us to bak-off if we are trying to disturb her... very fierce... LOL!