Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Concern to date

Greatest concern to date is my little boy's bump on his head.

  • He bumps his head when he sees bigger boys run around and his legs cannot catch up.
  • He bumps his head when he gets frustrated that he cannot do what he wants to do.
  • He bumps his head when he walks without watching where he is going.
  • He bumps his head on the table, on the floor and on any object he trips against.

Still signs of a bump even though he has not fell for a few days now. Sigh...

And this is him in his near crew-cut....accidently first, purposefully remedied.















Posing for mummy... and having ice cream.

11 comments:

simon said...

when i saw his new haircut on sunday, i was like "wah, can see the bungalow now!" :) hope its goes down soon

Julie said...

It's part of growing up I suppose. Haven't you receive the Thudguard already?

He likes ice-cream ya? Try giving him the whole ice lolli and see his reaction.

Ann said...

Simon - yes I know! I was so upset too! But that fella moved causing 2 'patches' of head without hair! hahaha...so no choice loh!

Julie - I tried that....he will not allow me to put the whole thing into his mouth...he rather not eat it! hahaha...

andrewjune said...

yeah i thought you're getting him the thudguard?
ummm, i have not introduce ice cream to rachael yet...

hissyhcick said...

It's a fabulous phase isn't it? Not.

Never fear, as the C man gets more confident on his feet, the less ....the bruises will start appearing in other places. Especially if he is a climber!

milochel said...

the bumps will be okay one... next time when he grows up then can show off to gals on his macho-nity.. hahaha

4malmal said...

oouuch! that looks like quite a bump. must be painful for this little guy. did he bump his head on purpose when he gets frustrated? just wondering

HI said...

Oh my, that's quite a bump. No wonder you want to get him the 'helmet'.

LittleLamb said...

I think having bumps are common. Philip have tons. and i will blog about the cut lip soon...:(

The helmet is good for the side n back. but if the child fall forward, like how philip had his first lip cut...it cannot save also :(

anyway the bruises will go off eventually. *hugs* to Chris.

Ann said...

June - have been told and agree that I doubt he will wear it long. And I can't coax him to wear it when I am not taking care of him fulltime.

Hissychick - he is CLIMBING where no man has climbed before! Up shelves and such!

Milochel - it really looks deformed!!! hahaha...

4malmal - yes, he does it on purpose when he is frustrated. Sometimes he does it when he is playing too and then laughs! sigh..

HI - it was bigger before...didn't dare to put in on the blog then just in case I get sued for child abuse! :)

LittleLamb - sigh sigh sigh...that is boys for us ya! Don't you wish for a little girl!

Moomykin said...

Oh, poor boyboy.

And I know how poor Mommy feels.

Micah had a lot more bumps than Max because he was really fast on his feet even when he just started walking - more like running before walking.

Take care, but still let him have fun, yeah. Carpeted flooring, at this stage, are always a little more comforting to Mommys.