First child

Tuesday, March 28, 2006 2:45 pm at 2:45 pm Leave a comment

Being the first child in the family always get the attention of great-grandparents, grandparents, daddy and mummy themselves. Brae is the first great-grandchild and grandchild from my hubby side of family.

I still remember when I came back from hospital with Brae, he had a lot of visitors every day. We never had any visitor to our house since we moved in two years ago. So they grabbed this chance to see our house.

Since Brae was born, we spent a lot and bought the best for our boy. There is one thing that I think we can keep soon in the storage for the next kid.

Bumbo seat – It was actually me who asked my hubby to buy this seat for Brae. When Brae reached 2 months, I found that he likes to sit in the upright position. He doesn’t like to lie down flat.

When we came across a Bumbo seat at Anakku, The Curve, we let Brae sit on it. And he didn’t cry and sat there quietly. So we bought it.

Now, when I put him in the seat, he will stay there for a while, not for long until he starts to cry and tries so hard to get out of the seat.

I’m starting to regret it but at least Brae can stay for a while……..

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  • 1. mumsgather  |  Thursday, March 30, 2006 4:18 pm at 4:18 pm

    Hehe. Cutee!

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