One day, I show Laikka my tummy and told her there's your little brother or a little sister there inside mamma's stomach! She blurted out! "neheh! (noonoo) its just rice and fish in there like pappa's big tummy full of foods!" (like sarcastically speaking):) And so when my stomach grows a little bigger, and many already congratulates her for having a little sibling, she's thinking, aha! pappa also has? Her father explained; Only girls like you and mamma can have baby in the stomach not guys like me, only food in my tummy! Aha!!! she exclaimed! Yahoooo! I will have my little brother in my mother's stomach and my little sister in my stomach! toink!
And these thinking already unnegotiable:)
Oh, what a mind she have! hehhe. So, parents, must be careful how we explain things to our children. Sometimes hard but what we can do? They are smart!
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