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Humour is…

When it is easy get a laugh or giggle from K, or when I do the goofiest things or dramatise voices of the characters in the stories that I read to him. And he never fails to flash me his toothy grin, whenever I smile at him. It’s nice to bask in this thought that the other most important person in my world (other than dh) actually thinks that I am humorous.
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Just give him water and puffy paints

Water play is one of K’s favorite activity. Just 1 measuring cup and 2 plastic cups is enough to keep him occupied for at least half an hour. Great for the development of his fine motor skills and self- control.

I noticed that K has been quite obsessed lately with squeezing his body moisturiser out of its tube, so I made him some puffy paints. I got 4 squeezy bottles from Daiso, filled it up with 1/2 cup of flour, about slightly less than half a cup of water and a few blobs of washable crayola paint.

Made pastel colours of yellow, green, blue and pink…

And K was so thrilled by his new art experience, that he made these expressions when asked to pose for the camera…

Puff Paints expressions

He was quite amused when the squeezy bottles started creating some rude noises, seems like he is quite into slapstick humour like his dad…

K’s puffy paint art
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“Dump Truck”

Car rides nowadays are filled with loud exclaimations from K. He hollers excitedly when he sees trucks of any sort and bellows when a double-decker bus passes by. I will exuberantly point out how big, high or long the trucks are and enthusiastically describe the things that I see in the truck’s cargo. This is probably one of the best way that I know of that can keep my toddler happily occupied during long car rides.

So naturally, one of the new words that we have heard recently is “Dump truck”. I find it quite amusing how the word sounds when he says it.

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