This is a discussion on MummySG Night Owls Club within the Mummy Cafe forum, part of the Community Lounge category; Originally Posted by JacquiLau Hmm... I keep remember himas the evil guy in batman(?)... his smile sometime is quite scary ...
you never say earlier!!!!!!!!!!!!
when i was planning my trip...i was deciding between london/paris or US....
then cos the accomdation in london is very exp....tats y we decide to go US instead............
AIYOOOOOOOO...nvm...next yr i go arrr....then you b my tour guide...hahahahaaaa
I'm finally here.. brought dear daughter go c pediatrician in the morning.. conclusion.. It's bronchitis.. fever will b on n off.. coughing might last for a week or 2.. she happily enjoying having her milky every hour... 2 oz every hour.. never really finish though.. hope tonight she can drink her 5.5oz before she sleep.. then i dont need so stress.. she just woke up n missed 3 hours of milky.. not complaining n not drinkin.. just look blur blur.. she nearly kill mi by laying on me for 3 huor straight.. she now 7kg already lohz!!!! almost same weight as my Rocky doggy (he's 5 this year)... got to 'force" her take the inhaler already.. sigh .. another "kill chicken" moment...
just gave her the inhaler.. mayb i c her small small liaoz.. she ok lei.. just that abit blur blur.. she now happily swinging her bean bag here n there..
Last edited by BbpHir3; 01-04-2009 at 04:58 PM.
Arhhhh ... I think the pretty spoilt majority of Singaporeans will never appreciate what you just said.Originally Posted by JacquiLau
Simply becoz most dont realise free medical care means no freedom of choice like private hospitals & best gynaes etc.
A GF who's married Icelandic just explained to my wife that giving birth there is totally free but unless there are complications, you only get to interact with the midwife throughout the delivery ... that shocked look on my wife's face: PRICELESS!!
I actually have not't lived in UK ... only been to London quite a few times & thoroughly enjoyed playing "life-sized monopoly" there, walking along Bond St, Regent St, Leicester Sq, Picadilly Circus, Covent Garden, King's Cross, etc.Originally Posted by JacquiLau
Yes, yes ... that's the same Wong Kei I'm talking about: you'd get stung by an endless chord of expletives if you asked for chilli when you're "not supposed to" or if you dont sit at the "assigned table".
I'm pretty ok ... I can understand them, whether it's the Irish, Scottish or the Scouse accent. Just dont make me speak like them ... I lived in Germany & I still speak German, so playing with my nasal abilities is no problem ... but let me put it on record that I'm nowhere near the Irish, Scottish or Scousers.Originally Posted by JacquiLau
After having lived abroad amongst the white race, I think you'd understand my stance better ... I think it's very important my boys dont lose their cultural values (notice I never mentioned moral values), so it's imperative for them to find their roots over here first before heading out west for a career, of whichever kind.Originally Posted by JacquiLau
For settling down, I'd never choose Oz or even Germany ... where you need to do the extras to avoid being treated like 2nd-class citizens.Originally Posted by JacquiLau
But I guess it's all about "different folks, different strokes".
Hahaha ...Originally Posted by BbpHir3
Though it's always better late than never, this should have been your resolution since the day you gave birth to her.
I always tell myself ... we, as parents, brought the kids to this world. Whether it's a good life or a bad one, they did not have a chance to even say "no" ... so, we the parents, ought to be totally responsible for their well-being.
hubby reaching soon
you make the right choice to see the pediatrician.
pediatrician used to give singular (hope i got the name right) with other medications, which was much helpful than those gp medicines.
rub ru yi oil on the chest and back will help too.
you know what, i can't bring my girl out on my own.
so har everytime have to call hubby to come back.
sometime in jan then i start to bring my girl to mcdonalds on my own.
Then ... just like what I told Autumn earlier, you must know how to be a good mother in law to your daughter in law next time .Originally Posted by BbpHir3
WA... so many pages.... got summary services??
I'm much better then ... I can still hook up a conversation with the Lufthansa girls when they are in town.Originally Posted by JacquiLau
Erm ... what is Josh's surname huh?
I swear your husband look Asian from that little pic.
So where's home in Oz?Originally Posted by JacquiLau
If you go north (think Darwin) or south (think Hobart), sure got lots of discrimination ... agree?
That's exactly what I mean ... gotta siam discrimination, then I just dont wanna go live there, even if it's the more pleasant parts of the same country .
Ok ladies ... I've gotta go, else I'll be late for my class.
Have fun ...
Last edited by BbpHir3; 01-04-2009 at 05:51 PM.
i so worried when my girl starts to cough.
i remember that once she need nebuliser as it was a bad cough, enough to got me worrying.
my hubby was ok. he more worried about his pocket when see pediatrician nia.
but har he's those not attentive type. always never realise my girl is sick.
sometimes when i told him our girl is so warm mayb fever , he would say she too hot due to the weather. have to use thermometer to show him then he will believe.