We seriously think that Miki speaks wayyyy too much for a kid his age.
On Saturday while Azman was cleaning Miki’s poopie bum-bum; he talked to Miki ( haa.. korang suka kata aku banyak cakap kan? Eii laki aku lagi banyak cakap la! tengah basuh berak anak pun nak berleter!). Azman complaint said
“Makan dadong, bak dadong! Makan nasik, bak nasik!”
Bak is berak in Mikictionary. The reason that I excel in baby feeding and totally neglect my responsibility in poop-poop cleaning is the absolute grossness of looking at whole sweet corn grains that survived Miki’s entire digestive track without losing its shape/color/texture a single bit. Gosh these babies are amazing. You can tell what they have had for their last meal at the highest precision by just a glance into their soiled diaper. Corn? Carrot? Spinach? Raisins? Hey, isn’t that the missing bead from my dress??
Anyway, the moment his Daddy finished his kiddy-influenced sentence; Miki immediately continued
“Makan shooshoo, bak shooshoo!”
Azman burst out laughing. We could never expect Miki to create another sentence like that with accurate continuity that reflects his understanding. Smart boy but CAKAP BANYAK LA KO MIKI! Diam lah sikit! Dahla berak jagung!
On Sunday we grabbed some snacks at McD (I missed the last COKE contour glass, anybody got an extra?) and of course Miki feasted in his little cup of sweet corn. Azman tried to feed him some cheese
“Miki, makan cheese ni.”
“Tak nak! Tak nak! Dadong lagi sedap!”And continued to scoop a spoonful into his mouth.
OMG!! JAGUNG LAGI SEDAP KATA KO??? I couldn’t believe he was giving an EXCUSE!!! My jaw dropped that time. Miki kid, you gotta take it easy! You are just one year and nine months. I don’t wanna be debating with you by the time you turn three.Share