The clay story

I must admit, the moment I reached home, I don’t feel like talking to anyone at times. I normally play with the kids for a short time, then rest and watch TV after dinner.

Last night, I reached at almost 7pm coz I had to collect the Busha Pants that I bought for bunso. Then straight to the kitchen with my office clothes and started cooking.

After dinner I sat on the single sofa, enjoying the teleserye Mutya when Deye came to me, squeezed herself in, and sat beside me. This was how our conversation went:

Deye: Mama, let’s play. (referring to her clay)
Me: Mamaya na, rest pa si Mama. Nakasiksik ka naman sa akin, dun ka muna sa malayo.
Deye: *Inikutan muna ako ng mata* and said “Ganyan ba ang ina magmahal? Dapat malayo?”

Obviously, I was caught by surprise and gave in… As a result, I was able to make 3 molds as per her request.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Blogger since 2007 | Home-based Marketing Assistant | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | A 41 y/o mom of two lovely girls sharing her adventures as she walks through motherhood and having to do most things on her own while her Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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  1. iba na talaga mga bata ngayon. just tonight my little girl asked me why she still has tutor when everyone else is off school. sabi ko she needs it. bakit daw? bobo ba daw sya? i was caught off guard. i told her she’s not bobo. she just needs extra lessons coz she’ll be in grade one this year.

    she doesn’t know kase that the tutor she regularly goes to is actually an occupational therapy session. we refrained from calling it OT kase she’s growing up na and we don’t want her to think that there’s something different about her. so tutor is more appropriate. it’s hard being a mom sometimes. =)

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