Yah.. Love this variety show too..
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i thought this is a nice variety show.
showing how tough it can be for a stay at home mum.
mark lee is hilarious in his speech.
showing on channel 8 every tuesday 8pm.
Yah.. Love this variety show too..
i watch that show also, quite nice! telling how tough n so many job to be done for stay at home mummy
Caught this 2... that darren/evelyn's 3 storey house SO BIG....rich TCS ppl :P
Caught another variery show last nite.....8.30 - 9.00pm... about the kids' reactions .... SIBEI FUNNI! My dear daughter also glued to the TV. :P
ahz forgot about the kid variety show last night...
ya man didn't know they stay in ang mo chu now. hehe
mayb not tcs that make them rich. i saw darren acted in china and hk drama .
can't wait to see next week episode...that funny chef.
ydae that variety also nice .
those kids are so funny. hardly have variety show nowadays that keep me laughing throughout.
sian ..weekend approaching again.
sat & sun dont't have nice shows now except for sun morning those kids program on channel 8.
feel tis show is a nice one.
can see how e daddies react.
Ya... i got watch this variety show also.
I'm impressed with their boy... 22 months only but know so many words already... can even feed himself.
From the trailers, it seems like a show to play up most daddies' incompetence at home ... in other words, a super feel good show for the many mummies around us.Originally Posted by princessminn
However, I thought they had it easy for Darren ... cannot taint his public image too much, I suppose.
This show a bit stale on the ideas ... most of the tricks (eg, the ice cream one & the fish tank one) has been used repeatedly by Candid Camera, Bill Cosby or even our very own Channel 5.Originally Posted by Daddy D
Whether good or not, the kids' reactions almost never change ... in whichever decade they play the trick on.
Like they say, 孩子们永远都是天真无邪的.
Originally Posted by smiley811I dont know how Darren & Evelyn do it ... but I can definitely speak on my own experience.Originally Posted by princessminn
For my Seamus, he really loves eating & he loves emulating the adult even more ... so, he "asked" to feed himself pretty early (around 18 months) but of course, it's been a mess most of those early days ... we also didn't push, just place newspapers below his high chair to make clearing up much more easier afterwards.
The big breakthrough came about when he started attending pre-nursery classes in mid Jan this year ... there suddenly surfaced this thing called "peer pressure" where Seamus realised:
1) There are other children who can be feed themselves so much more neatly (of course, he doesn't need to know some of them are months older than him)
2) There is a time limit to finish up his food in class, else the teachers will take them away
Photos were taken when we (ie, papa, mama & my 2 boys) went for a short break at ClubMed earlier this month ... thank God I could get to enjoy my own meals, just like he did his.
you are lucky.
for a good 2 years, me & hubby never had a peaceful meal with my girl around.
at home we have to run after her to feed her. she like to feed herself but by the time she eat the food had turn cold and often make a mess of it.
unless for snacks and fruits we let her eat herself.
hmmm... I plan to starve my kid if he or she dont finish food in time. I dont intend to let my kids play with food and take their own sweet time to eat. Which i think, cultivate a bad habit.
But i may say this now, when its my turn, maybe i soft heart also. Hope i can stay to this! haha.
that's what some may do.
you dont't eat then no more .
but har i dont think you will bear to do that. hehe
otherwise, i did let my daughter eat on her own sometimes and i use an other spoon to feed at the same time. at least can feed a few more mouthful before they got bored of feeding themselves.
Ya i hate this ! Feeding small little kids is tiring hahaha .. lastime i feed my dear daughter until pek chey , now she got this habit eating really very slow & the food turn cold but if dont give her eat she will have gastric pain , sigh headache .
Oh ya evelynn & darren say they not going to let their kids go to school , they are going to teach the kids at home themselves .
Originally Posted by rainypinkI think you gals are quite ok ... at least you know you need to use the iron fist sometimes.Originally Posted by lisa_ng
Sometimes, it's so much easier to let them have their way ... but in the end, still gotta do what needs to be done ... all for the good of the child .
Personally, I also think there are some things which can be better dealt with ... if we engage in full-time home teaching.Originally Posted by elaine82
But I also feel the child would be deprived of opportunities to hone their inter-personal skills, not to mention their EQ ... which is as important as developing their IQ, if not more important.
hahahha. so funny."Yeh that's what i feel too... i wouldn't want my kids to become"
i thought of home schooling too but i would prefer them to be in school know more little friends, play more, interact more..
ifnot when they grow up suddenly put them in school, to me, its slightly more difficult?
anyway, im not very confident to teach them at home.
i remember there's a show on tv about home teaching.
the boy was taught things that are not taught in school.
i remember he was learning atlas and such.
me too, i dont't know what to teach my girl at home.
i rather send her to 2hr playgroup to learn and interact.
hope can cultivate her to share and mix well with other kids.
Ytd episode that Chef Eric is so cute and is a fortunate to have him as a hubby and daddy..