Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Little Hands

The little baby of mine, who used to grip my hands ever so tightly
Whose little hand would reach out for me

For security

For assurance

For affection

For unconditional love
is getting bigger and slowly letting go.

It's bittersweet.

But inevitable.

Life goes on.

Regardless, I will always be his Mommy. I will always be there if he reach out his hands for me.
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p.s. I am going to spoil the mood by putting a warning here. Please do not leave any comment telling me to have another baby. It is not appreciated. Unless of course, you are willing to bear my medical cost. Thank you very much.


48 comments:

  1. errr, Raimie's birthday today?? such a sentimental and touching post for today..

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    1. Hahaha

      It's like a birthday post, right?

      I've been meaning to have this post for a long time already but only today did it. ;)

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    2. Me too thought birthday but if not mistaken I pernah see the bday post before

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    3. birthday is in Dec la.

      We celebrate SK birthday first wokay.

      After Father's Day right? :)

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    4. I thought it was Raimie's birthday too :O

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    5. Alamak! Another "tertipu" reader. :P

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    6. I wanted to cry pula when I read:

      Whose little hand would reach out for me

      For security

      For assurance

      For affection

      is getting bigger and slowly letting go.

      It's bittersweet.

      But inevitable.

      Life goes on.

      Regardless, I will always be his Mommy. I will always be there if he reach out his hands for me.

      Lina really put her heart into words precisely. My mummy always said that to me too.

      For unconditional love

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    7. I pulak emotional when you comment like that. Wuuuuuwuuuuwuuu

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  2. nope, i will never ask you to have another child.. indeed one Raimie is good enough, he is an almost perfect one, why would you wish for more huh?? hehehe~~ :p

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    1. I better tell it upfront rather not feeling affronted when someone feel fits to "advise" me about it. :P

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  3. very true, it's life and almost predictable.. letting go is also to let him grow and to let him learn to be better.. it's always bittersweet being a mommy.. likewise you say, you are always his mommy through thick and thin..

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    1. we let go because we love them. Sigh... and joy? ^^

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  4. p/s: you haven't changed at all looking at the first photo lah.. hahaha!! :D

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    1. Pandai SK "kipas" me.

      Sayang la ini Ah Biy. LOL

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  5. The first picture is just so lovely and sweet, can't my eyes away from that!!! =]

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  6. Wahhh da macam iklan Baby Oil Johnson & Johnson la Sis... So touching... Your maternal instincts is awesome... Raimie is lucky to have you as his Mummy... ;)

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    1. Boleh apply jadi model tak? keskeskes

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  7. me pulak rindu dekat bau baby bila tgk gambar first tu. untung la your son, jgn kecewakan harapan ibu dan ayah ya

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    1. Matjoe apa khabar? Lama tak dengar cerita ni.

      Last sekali lari pun Brooks ke?

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  8. Letting go is the hard part. :-(

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    1. Well still a few more years to go before he leaves home.

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    2. Actually, if it's up to me, secondary school already leave home. Go to boarding school.

      But I think the Daddy won't agree to that. ;)

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  9. Lol. I was expecting the "happy birthday my son" part to come...

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    1. Haha

      So fun to confuse people today. ;)

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  10. Hhahaha! Someone is getting emo today! :p But like every mothers, we just could not help but thinking our kids are growing very fast in our eyes. Lol!

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  11. Oh but he was adorable! Tokyo Aunt is going awww and getting blubbery.

    That was my comment for the first part of the post.

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  12. Heck, no, I'm very happy with the one you've got. I don't think I could cope with a another dose of cuteness from Malaysia.

    That was my comment for the second part of the post. :D

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    1. for both comments - I have an idea on a new "blubbery" inducing post again soon.

      Prepare yourself. Haha

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  13. This post reminds me of the little fingers I used to hold too.

    Well, my 4-year-old's fingers are still tiny and am enjoying every single second holding onto them.

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    1. I've been noticing how my son's hand is getting bigger and today, we put our palms together and I saw his hand is already as big as mine. :(

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  14. Oo igb no pay for medical cost?
    Aiseh

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    1. kukubird understand what I was implying or not? Phiak the bird brain.

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    2. kukubird got no brain, the bird brain has become balls where he used them to talk~~

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    3. Someone needs to wake this bird up. Lately he talked nonsense everywhere without even realising. After buying sanitary pads, he might eat them instead! I think he needs help.

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  15. You should! Have another baby, that is. Gets a bit lonely, the only child - my girl would tell us that.

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    1. Having a baby is not like shopping for a car STP. You should know that.

      It boils down to whether you can or can't not only will or won't.

      Sometimes I'm apalled at so-called alim people who thinks that having a child has nothing to do with God's will.

      P.s. You know my medical to warrant this comment?

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    2. lonely?? maybe it's the environment given and also how the only child is being brought up?? unless all Zaini, Lina and Raimie agreed to have another, i guess outsiders shall not give any advice, they know what's best for their family, their OWN family.. agree?? hehehe :)

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    3. Am an only child too. Tarak feel lonely la. Mom was always there.

      Now too many kids also susah gotta pay this pay that .parents end up working like a dog . No time to pay attention to the kids. Kids becone social problems pulak.

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    4. Wah! This SK so pandai to explain dei. You will make a good papa!

      STP should have 1 dozen kids then.

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    5. STP may be too late dy. His daughter OTOH can always plan to give STP a lot of grandchildren. No?

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    6. "Lot of grandchildren".... I pity Ah Boy. His legs willl get jelly and his pocket's hole will grows bigger.

      Wakakaka!!







      Ah Boy, no hard feeling. Ah Hua is kidding.

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    7. Ah Boy needs to ask kukubird for energy stock. Just blue pill n tongkat Ali not enuff. :-D

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  16. I am very sure you bring up Raimie very well. He is blessed to have you and Zaini as his parents.

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    1. We are all blessed to have our family. ^^

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