Little Darlings

The Journey Of Our Two Little Precious ... Denisha & Darien Lim

Friday, February 17, 2006

Princess miss daddy

Early this morning, Hubby went to China for business trip. So I fetched the kids to the nursery. Princess was still sleeping when I carried her into the car. Boy was wide awake, happily drinking his milk. It takes us about 45 minutes from home to nursery (without jam). Halfway through the journey, Boy slept and Princess woke up. We had a conversation ... it goes like this ... Princess: Where's titi (brother)? Mommy: Titi's sleeping ... shh shh Princess: Where's Daddy? Mommy: Daddy went to China ... far far far away. Have to take aeroplane Princess: *In a weepy tone but didn't cry* I want to follow Mommy: No you can't follow ... Daddy is working. When we go holiday soon, we'll sit in the plane ok ... Daddy Mommy, Titi and Denisha. Princess: *Smiling happily* Mommy Daddy Titi Denisha sit aeroplane. Reaching there, one of the caregivers wanted to carry her out. She cried. So I went over to carry her. She stopped crying. Later on when I was leaving, I heard her cry again. I didn't go into the house afraid that she might cry more. When I reach office, I called the nursery and asked Alice, one of the caregivers there why she cried earlier. Alice told me she said "Daddy sit aeroplane". I was so touched. Am almost in tears (yeah this Mommy is very emotional). She understands. When she was younger .. like last June 2005 when hubby went to India ... she was ok. Our little girl is growing up. photo taken on the 15th February 2006

11 Comments:

  • At 2/17/2006 10:48:00 PM, Blogger Zara's Mama said…

    Aw, knows how to miss Daddy already.

    My little one still doesn't know. She'll miss me, but as long as i'm with her, she didn't care if daddy wasn't around. Maybe she is not so 'aware' yet.

    Btw, you have been tagged!! Please go to my blog and check it out. :P

     
  • At 2/17/2006 11:41:00 PM, Blogger TWO LITTLE FELLAS said…

    your nursery is very far from home-it takes 45 minutes even without jam...

    Denisha is a daddy's girl? my elder son is definitely a daddy's boy...misses his daddy even if he is only late from work. he will act really strange when his daddy is away from home for more than a day...

     
  • At 2/20/2006 10:01:00 AM, Blogger Egghead said…

    why do you wanna send them to a nursery that is 45 minutes away? I guess it must be a very good one!

     
  • At 2/20/2006 11:24:00 AM, Blogger mom2ashley said…

    ooo poor thing....hey i got your stuff..when do you want to meet up? this weekend?

     
  • At 2/20/2006 01:20:00 PM, Blogger Lian said…

    Maybe you can read to her about China and show her pictures of where her Daddy went. Maybe a picture of daddy for her to kiss goodnight until he comes back?

     
  • At 2/20/2006 02:18:00 PM, Blogger Twin said…

    zara's mama: yeah he's more aware now. Last year when Daddy went India she didn't feel anything at all. Ok i will check it out in your blog.

    two little fellas: Well you can say she's daddy's girl but sometimes she's not ... everything also want mommy to do for her ... like passing her milk and changing her clothes ... sigh .. they are really unpredictable.

    egghead: My hubby works in PJ ... their nursery is in SS3 .. so think its quite ok. And its recommended by a friend. I wouldn't dare to let them go anywhere not recommended since there are so many stories in the papers about babies and kids being abuse and all. And worse still I heard from my cousin who has a friend who sent her son, 3 months old to a nursery and he died becos his lungs were filled with fluid. Imagine that .... so heartbroken. That's why I was really careful when choosing nursery for my kids. I make sure they are really good in terms of hygiene, disciplinary and experience.

    mom2ashley: ok ... I will call you sometime this week. Thanks again.

    lian: :( its too late .. daddy's coming back today .. hehe and i don't have any books about china ... :( thanks for the thought ... i will next time. Daddy's going on another business trip to vietnam and england.

     
  • At 2/21/2006 10:15:00 AM, Blogger Allyfeel said…

    such a sweet sweet girl. It's so touch when they start showing you their love in return. :)

     
  • At 2/22/2006 09:38:00 AM, Blogger geetha said…

    So sweet. Sometimes we think they are too you to understand.. but, actually, they feel our absence.

    My lil Champion will call out for any signs of the auto gate opening, saying 'appa'.. He's waiting for him to come home from work.. Even a day also he start looking for him..

     
  • At 2/22/2006 02:38:00 PM, Blogger Tracy said…

    Denisha understands dat daddy's not around to accompany her and misses her daddy. Signs showing dat she is becoming a 'big' girl.

    Wow! 45 mins. from ur home to the nursery and WITHOUT traffic jam? *scratching head* Dat's some journey. It's like when I'm going back to my hometown in Seremban.

     
  • At 2/27/2006 01:28:00 PM, Blogger Twin said…

    allyfeel: hehe yeah its really a nice feeling when they show their love.

    geetha: she such a daddy's girl.

    tracy: she's growing up .. saying a lot of 'adult' remarks already. yeah the nursery is quite far but we are already use to it. the kids are ok with the car ride but occassionally they'll show their temper 'tamtrum' but its natural. they go thru a phase.

     
  • At 3/30/2006 09:33:00 AM, Blogger Zara's Mama said…

    How come so long no posts?? Almost a month already.

     

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