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boys to men..

well i'm suppose to update on the langkawi trip but i guess today's events should come first. i took the day off today to accompany my son, the little munchkin on him taking his first steps to being a man. yep. ladies and gentlemen, my boy is getting circumcised.

as a boy growing up with elder brothers. circumcisions is like expected and normal. u hear stories and ur elder brothers scare u with their tales of tok mudim with parang panjang karat, batang pisang lah. the best bits that i gathered from all the stories was the whole mandi kena berendam or even kena spray dengan bomba. but at least i was kinda prepared. i didn't know how the little munchkin was gonna take it tho. he didn't have an older brother to prep him for the experience to come. but i'm proud to say that my son passed his first test with flying colors.

the appointment was set for 11 am. we came earlier just to calm our nerves. hehe my nerves actually. i was being nervous for the little munchkin. he seemed relaxed aje. the doctor was held up due to an earlier operation. there were another 2 boys infront of the que. we waited outside the room and you can hear crying sounds coming from the doctor's room.

awak takut ke?
nak sunat sekarang tak buleh ke?

sempat jugak la video call the senorita. didn't think it was a good idea to video call during the procedure la kan. anyways when it was our turn the doctor apologized for us having to wait. he proceeded to do his thing la.

now this is where i have to take my hat off to the little munchkin. there was no crying out. no jerit-jerit. so cool. even the doctor said that he was the best patient for the day. i on the other hand.. hehe seriau gak nengok the doctor. he used this laser scalpel. well i think la that was what its called. nak describe the whole procedure pun tak tau la camana. there was bius of the sprayed variety. there were clamps. the sounds that u hear when the laser thingy cut away the skin was .. hmm semacam la kan. i held the little munchkin's hand all the way through. so brave la that boy. the doctor did his thing jahit semua. he said there was no need for pantang and what not and the little munchkin can eat whatever he wants.

mcdonalds papa.. hehe which i was more than happy to oblige la kan..

my boy is becoming a man..
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