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March 26, 2010

So Sweet

Filed under: Kids' Words — mommy @ 12:15 am

Adrian loves his family a lot.  He also started to talk very early.  I remember when I told Jennifer that Adrian could make the “ma” sound when he was 5 months old, she said me I was hallucinating.  Then Adrian said “ma ma” right after.  Of course he didn’t mean to call me, but it was amazing to hear a baby could make such a sound so young.  Adrian likes to listen to us chatting too.  If Ho and I were silent for awhile, he would tell us, “你哋傾偈啦!” (please chat).   Of course I have to chat with him a little while every night when I tuck him to bed.

This happened when Adrian was about 2 and 1/2 years old.  I had not been sleeping well because Adrian had night terrors a few times since Livie was born.  I had acne on my face.  That night I was tucking Adrian to bed as usual.

Adrian:  媽咪,你塊面呢粒咩嚟㗎? (Mommy, what is that on your face?)

Me: 呢D叫暗瘡,你同妹妹成日唔瞓覺,攪到媽咪唔夠瞓就會生瘡㗎喇。(That’s called acne.  I can’t sleep well because you and Livie are keeping me up all the time.)

Adrian suddenly pushed me on to the bed and covered me with a blanket.  He said:

“你快D瞓啦,咁就唔會生瘡瘡喇!” (You go to sleep quickly, then you won’t get acne)

He’s so sweet.

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2 Comments »

  1. Adrian and Olivia are both super sweet. You should tell the “My house is your house” story here!

    Comment by Jennifer — March 26, 2010 @ 10:07 am

    • I remember that one but I don’t recall when the detailed conversation was. Can you send it to me and I’ll post it please? Thx.

      Comment by mommy — March 29, 2010 @ 9:39 am


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