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drama la di da..

holding your daughter in your arms as she tries to get some sleep after a good feeding session is indescribable. i so love how little jj smells. babies have that smell that just melts your heart away kan? hmm.

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papa cakap jada smells??

after three weeks, little jj has been demonstrating a change in her habits. she starts to get cranky more nowadays. still sucking on boobies like nobody's business tho. and she's been growing. hehe lenguh jugak memegang after a while. have to switch hands every now and then. but its all good la i suppose. the gorgeous senorita and i plan to stick with the breastfeeding at least up to the recommended 6 month period. we'll see la afters if we can stick with it. and this i say as if i also am doing the breastfeeding la kan. waah senang aje cakap. well we are planning to express milk, so that i can hook up my artificial man-boobs like the one robert deniro had on meet the fockers and try to feed little jj.

i'm sure she'll be deeply traumatised la if i do that.

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manboobs?? tak sama la papa..

my sister ana came over to visit little jj over the weekend. finally. well the artiste in making is fairly busy with her schedule but at least she got to see little jj before she goes to darjah 1. she brought along her guitar and played a few songs. little jj seemed to like what she heard. senyap aje dengar musika. the little munchkin was of course excited as well. minat semacam kat auntie ana dia. siap mintak autograph. hehe frame it and sell it on ebay my boy. hehe.

i was on my way to buy dinner when i got stuck in the lift. yes ladies and gentlemen after staying hear over a year, i can finally scratch "getting stuck in a lift" off of my list of things to do. the lift came to a sudden halt in between the third and second floor. nasib baik la kami dok tingkat 4. i pressed the emergency call button and the guard told me that it would take like half an hour before they can get the maintenance people to come and take a look. nasib baik still got lights. anyways one of the management office guys was still in the area so he got the guards to help him pry open the elevator doors and i was rescued. hehe drama.

it was monday and they still haven't fixed the lift. nasib baik i wasn't still trapped eh.
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