Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Understand OK

This is something I must record down. He picked it up when I was back for one week in Ipoh during my spotting. So, that would be about 3 weeks ago.

Kungkung : You cannot use your spoon to bang the bowl ok? This is not a drum. Understand ?
Boyboy: Un-der-stand. (nod head and smile)

Kungkung : Ah....don't cry ah. Big boy already cannot cry all the time, ok?
Boyboy : O.K. (nod head)

And does he do all the things he say 'Understand' and 'OK' to? Well, kids being kids, they forget....but upon reminding, he does catch himself a bit. It depends on whether the action is that compelling.

But it sure is too cute to see him look at you seriously and answer back. Then smile.

11 comments:

Techcrazee said...

Nice and so sweet.

Merryn said...

Un-der-stand.. ok. hahahaa.. so cute lah christopher..

LittleLamb said...

ya..they get older, they can understand...

mommy to chumsy said...

Good job Christopher. He is starting to un-der-stand :)

little prince's mummy said...

Good... un-der-stand.. :)

Angeline said...

Aaawwww.... that look! I know, I know.... as if his whole world is surrounded by you and you alone... ya?

JLow said...

Haha!

Caitlin used to say "oh-tay".... Can't recall how old she was then.

Caleb, who will turn 2 in Jan 2010, can't make much sense yet; only the simple nan-nan, which suffices for now cos at least we know when he's hungry!

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Ann, kids can melt hearts with their smiles...., but sometimes can make one want to tear our hair with their antics, ha ha.
Have fun and keep well, Lee.

Mummy Gwen said...

Oh..he is so clever to answer like that..hehe. His actions are so cute.

andrewjune said...

Ok, i un-der-stand...*wink*

p/s: as per your request, i've posted some photos of the Hard Rock's pool. feel free to check out when you're free!

Moomykin said...

Aiyo, even my 2 big buffalos still need constant reminder as to how to behave.

But they do get it eventually. And they do get better too.
:)

p/s- but we adults also need some reminder sometimes, i.e. hold your tongue, say something positive, etc.