MJB wrote:Well, my "child" just turned 18 on Saturday...But, she did call me up at the office to wish me a happy fathers day. Came home to a cake she'd baked, and right across the top it said "I love my Dad".
I normally hate Mondays..
divea wrote:Greek@Taiwan wrote:My daughter is just 5 weeks old, so my favourite activity so far, is singing to her! A mix of Greek lullabies, English and Chinese songs! I leave Taiwanese for her grandparents! I love it when she looks at me with those huge black eyes!
That is so sweet. Brought tears to my eyes. My husband used to sing to my daughter, just hold her, rock her and sing her to sleep. Until she was 2.5 years, too heavy and had a sibling. He would look for songs, keep a ear out and rack his brains about what song he'd sing tonight. She would pick the song and he would sing it on replay for hours, she would refuse to sleep because she wanted to hear him sing. Then when the son went through a brief period of sleeping issues, he rocked him and sang him to sleep. It was bliss.
Oh and congrats!!!
Nuit wrote:She was playing up last night with Mum, so I called her over : "Hey, I've got something in my pocket". She trotted over, and as my pocket was empty, I thought fast, and took out a, er, an imaginery cat, and placed it in her pocket. Told her not to look at it, or it would disappear.
"But whose cat is it, daddy?"
"Mmm.. ah, it's Schrödinger's cat."
And so a 4 year old got an introduction to quantum mechanics. In the end we decided that as we couldn't see it, the cat might be in either one of her pockets. We also couldn't tell if it was asleep (aka dead, I know, I know) or awake, but it was definitely a girl cat and her name was Mandy .
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