Friday, 5 April 2013

A Whole Lot Of Laundry

When Son returns from his boy scout 3 day 2 night camping trip in Hulu Langat.
So it was shoes washing and clothes soaking after we got home. 

Son had a lot of fun camping. His first time and he can't wait to join the "Korobori Pengakap Kanak-Kanak" which should be held in July.

We gave him a bit of grief for not contacting us even once during the camping trip and he was like... "But we can't use our handphone" and we were like "oh, hell... You can SMS us before bedtime" and he was like "I didn't have the time". Hmph!

We suspect that he didn't want his tent-mates to see him calling his parents. Hahaha

He was selected as Pack leader (Ketua Enam Sekawan) so that was nice. A chance for him to learn responsibilities to lead.

Am waiting for his teacher to upload photos from the trip soon, then I'll nick it and flood this blog with them. kekeke

We are so proud of him. Our little boy getting more and more independent as he is growing up.

Hmm... Maybe sending him to boarding school when he enters Form 1 is not a bad idea after all. *evil chuckle*

36 comments:

  1. oh, he has grown up and very indeed very independent! That's good! I always make sure my kids wash their own clothes too after their camps.

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    1. It's good for them to take on the responsibility. :)

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  2. good for him! LOL...getting independant liao

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    1. tak glamour la if being spotted calling/sms parents

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    2. You mean he washes his own shoes and baju? Fuiyo...way to go Raime!

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    3. Yipeee...I got the first sip today

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    4. Meow,
      You lose to Wenn lah! LOL

      Yalah, not macho la, calling parents kan? kakaka

      Clothes only for soaking lah after this camping trip... then all baling into washine machine. Shoes, of course have to clean himself lah. ;)

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  3. Raimie is sure growing up already.. and what's the best proof?? he feels embarrassed calling his mum in front of his mates.. wakakakakaka!! :D

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    1. Later got GF, scared don't want to go back home pulak! wahaha

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    2. like that good lah, you can become nenek in a very young age!! wakakaka~~ :D

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    3. Iyer....
      Dun wan lah.
      Me & Zaini will brainwash him to marry late. bwahaha

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  4. haiyoh, bring back a whole lot of laundry from the camp?? i thought they would have to learn to wash their clothes out there in the camp by the riverside??

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    1. Tsk tsk Uncle SK.
      Don't pollute pristine river. ;p
      But where got camping trip teach washing clothes at the river one. Apala. Kakaka

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  5. hmmm, but at least he is washing his own shoes, unlike my two nephews, they don't even place their clothes into the laundry bag but always right on the place they took them off!! cis!!!

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    1. and you can see the pants are in that shape they were taken down!! hahaha, if you know what i mean.. the pants flat on the floor with the two holes still facing up~~

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    2. Up to the adults to change kids' attitude lah. Raimie tends to do that too... then of course get scolded lah...
      What? The clothes move themselves to the laundry bag kah?

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    3. i no eye see also lah.. because sometimes when we menegur, their dad doesn't seems to be happy.. so be it lah, those are his sons not mine..

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    4. True also lah.
      Nowadays, cannot simply "tegur" people kids' one. Not like last time. Neighbours marah us also our parents don't mind. More often than not, we kena marah again for making them "malu". Right or not?

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  6. cool lah, even uncle SK tidak pernah camping before, what a shame!! yeah, i do think that is fun, as he learns to share and help each other in the team environment.. good to shape him up for getting into the society..

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    1. Uncle SK manja! LOL

      But Uncle SK had other activities that he did actively while in school.

      Uncle SK join apa during school ah? PBSM kah? :)

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    2. eh, Uncle SK change every year one, haha!! we only started co-curriculum at standard 4 lah last time.. first year red crescent, second year boy scout, third year athletic.. then in high school, art society all the way lah..

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    3. What lah... No loyalty one this Uncle SK.

      Raimie's Mommy stayed on in PBSM during whoe schooling years. ;)

      Now kokurikulum started during Std 3. One year early than Uncle SK's time. ;p

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  7. Yup, it's a great time for them to learn to be independent!!! =]

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  8. Hey your son is the survivor. I'm glad to know he is more independent now. I wish my son will be the same too.

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  9. Next year he is Std 1, I have no idea he will be... worried too.

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    1. Kids can survive but us parents have to let them learn do things on their own la. Trust is important.

      If we held on to them, fearing the worst, then by no means they can stand on their own and instead will clung to our skirt their whole life.

      That's what I believe la.

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  10. Boys should go camping and learn to be independent, and Raimie is one trustable son. But, girls, I don't think I will encourage them to go camping. I myself don't really like camping, I scare of mosquitoes, and I am a fussy sleeper. Especially I must have my blankie with me. lol!

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    1. Girls too for me.

      I did all that when I was young. No harm done.

      But of course, sure dunwan to bring blankie la. Later kena laugh at pulak.

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  11. My dear Raimie has returned from camp. Would love to see what they did in camp.

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    1. Me too!

      Waiting for the teachers to upload the photos!

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  12. He's been an independent kid since you started your running lah. You spend more time preparing for your runs leh, so what does Raimie do, he takes care of himself lor. We can see. :P.

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    1. So kesian him also lah... Neglected by mommy like that. huhuhu

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  13. So funny, I must say that I also feel proud of him!!! I have not even met him lah. We read your blogs and enjoyed the photos until we all get connected.

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  14. I am glad that he enjoyed the camp. I heard of tales about parents having to secretly send food, snacks and personal stuffs to their kids at camps! What a rotten parents!

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