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An advice from my 5 y/o daughter

Yesterday morning, just right after our flooded street gotten clear, I went out to get some food stuff and candles. I was wearing my husband’s old red shirt and my almost torn jogging pants, folded it up to my knees before I grabbed my sling bag. My daughter started questioning me:

Deye: Mama, are you going out?
Me: Yes, going out to get some food stuff.
Deye: Di ka magchange clothes? (Aren’t you going to change your clothes?)
Me: No need. Sa grocery lang ako pupunta. (No need, I’m just going to the grocery.)
Deye: Magchange ka ng clothes, Mama. (Change your clothes, Mama.)
Me: Tapos, magmake-up? (Then what, wear some make-up?)
Deye: Magchange ka naman sana Mama ng maayos na clothes. (At least Mama change to some decent clothes.)

Hahaha! That’s my 5 y/o daughter talking! Here’s some more, while she was complaining yesterday about the no-electricity-days since Tuesday.

Deye: Mama, when will the power be back?
Me: After four days. It’s been 2 days now… so, we have to wait for 2 days more.
Deye: Haaaaaaay! I hope the power comes back soon. I can’t play my songs!

Okay, she’s worried about not hearing her fave songs for days now haha! Kids!

Marketing Manager at Adventures Beyond Group | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music Enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | Hello Kitty Lover | A 42 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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