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Priceless Treasures

My Daughter’s Words of Wisdom

 

Since she was two years old, I cannot help myself but to be amazed by her wit. She never failed to make me laugh and feel more loved. I want to blame myself that I did not compile all of our conversations before. From there, I found several words of wisdom and funny thoughts that is not ordinary for a little girl.

The following conversations may have not been translated in English. I just don’t want to lose the true meaning of it.

*This post will be regularly updated 😀

September 29, 2012

Ice: Mommy, sana andun ka sa birthday party ni Nicole (kapitbahay namin)..

Me: Sorry baby may work kasi si Mommy. Bakit gusto mo ba talagang kasama ako sa party?

Ice: Opo, kasi nung may contest na sabi – paunahan magdala ng matabang Mommy, nanalo sana tayo.

March 12, 2012

Paano ba magtipid sa bahay? Tanungin mo ang 4-year old kong si Ice >>>

1. “Mommy, dapat kapag walang tao sa kuwarto, papatayin po ang ilaw at ang aircon.”

2. “Lolo, kapag po walang nanunuod ng TV, papatayin kasi sayang kuryente.”

3. “Mommy, kapag nagsasabon lang po ng kamay, papatayin ang gripo para hindi sayang ang tubig.”

January 18, 2012

My little girl kissed me before going to school. Then she asked for the tricycle fare. I said “Kapag binigay ko sayo lahat ng barya ko, wala na rin akong pamasahe.” She replied, “Mommy, puwede mo pong pamasahe ang KISS ko.” 😀

 

November 20, 2012

Since I cannot help myself but always call her “baby girl,” my daughter said, I could call her whatever I want. I asked why and she replied, “Because you always forget that I am a grown up now.”

 

November 10, 2012

She asked me to refrain from calling her baby girl. She said, she is not a baby anymore. She’s an elder sister now.

 

April 14, 2011

My little daughter: Yehey! We will watch Tarantang Pinoy!
Mommy D: (Shocked.) What did you say, dear? Did you say bad words?
My little daughter: No Mommy, I said, I will watch Tarantadong Pinoy!
Mommy D: (Then I remember.) Oh dear, Not Tarantadong pinoy! Talentadong Pinoy!

 

April 9, 2011

Mommy D: I really wanted to bring you at the mall or park where we could have fun, but unfortunately, we don’t have money. (sadness)
My little daughter: Oh, too bad, Mommy. (sharing sadness)
Mommy: But you know, what’s important is that we are together right?
My little daughter: (she held my hand and placed on her heart) Yes, Mommy. I am glad. It’s no big deal, we can stay at home. (then smiled)
Mommy D: (i just wanna cry) Thank you, baby.

Mommy D: I really wanted to bring you at the mall or park where we could have fun, but unfortunately, we don’t have money. (sadness)
My little daughter: Oh, too bad, Mommy. (sharing sadness)
Mommy: But you know, what’s important is that we are together right?
My little daughter: (she held my hand and placed on her heart) Yes, Mommy. I am glad. It’s no big deal, we can stay at home. (then smiled)
Mommy D: (i just wanna cry) Thank you, baby.

 

April 8, 2011

Mommy D: Baby, I’ll go to work later okay?
My little daughter: Mommy, you told me you will not leave me?
Mommy D: Baby, I need to work to buy you milk.
My little daughter: Mommy, let us just ask our neighbor to lend us milk. (Serious-looking) (Then, we laughed.)

Later on, my daughter was changing her clothes…

Mommy D: Oh, where will you go?
My little daughter: We will buy food at the market. With Grandma.
Mommy D:  You told me, you will not leave me? (sad face)
My little daughter: Mommy, I am not going away. I will be back!

Just bantering back at my own drama a while ago

 

April 7, 2011

My little daughter: Mommy, can you buy me Barbie again, and Dora again?
Mommy D: Sure, my daughter. But that is if we have money okay?
My little daughter: Yes, mommy.
Mommy D: However, if we don’t have money…..
My little daughter: (continued the line) Just be sorry. (Then smiled.)
Mommy D:  Alright, why not this way, you choose— I’ll buy diaper and milk for your brother or I’ll buy you Dora and Barbie?
My little daughter: (It took minutes to decide) I chose diaper and milk for my brother.

Yes, I did it again!

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