This is what my 2 year old can do & say

I’ve been meaning to post this picture here for a few days now as I’ve already posted it on Instagram!

AJ with her Magnum Icecream


Anjie having Daddy time – Short Video

I’ve been meaning to put up this video, even before my birthday, but finally getting around to it now!

This is what I go through everyday! Anjie is such a daddy’s girl so don’t be surprised shocked at what happens in this video! They really do mess around like this all day, it’s so funny to watch! Bless them both…

Hope you all are having a lovely week and catch up with you later!


Conversations with my 2 year old Sketches

This is my guilty pleasure! I’m always looking forward to the next episode from this guy and his daughter Coco! I can so relate to him, it’s crazy! Anjie is already showing these crazy tendencies and it’s only going to get worse better!

Conversations with my 2-year-old is a sketch about real conversions a father has with his 2-year-old re-enacted by him and another man. I know it sounds weird but its soooo funny!

Anyway, here’s what I’m talking about! Here are some of my favourites so far.


Getting ready for Potty training

Isn’t it funny how when raising kids there are different stages and hurdles to cross every single day! I means these babies and toddlers know how to keep us on our toes! First I was battling with breastfeeding then teething, sleep training, disciplining and now it’s Potty training!

Bring out the instruction book and let’s get reading again!


The Crybaby Shuffle – Mothers Beware!!!

I found this on BabyCenter, not quite sure who wrote it but absolutely love it and can relate to it! Now this is sleep regression!! The cheeky little babies!

Here’s my situation. My mommy has had me for almost 4 months. The first few months were great – I cried, she picked me up and fed me, anytime, day or night. Then something happened.

Over the last few weeks, she has been trying to STTN (sleep through the night). At first, I thought it was just a phase, but it is only getting worse. I’ve talked to other babies, and it seems like it’s pretty common after mommies have had us for around 4 months.

Here’s the thing: these mommies don’t really need to sleep. It’s just a habit. Many of them have had some 30 years to sleep – they just don’t need it anymore. So I am implementing a plan. I call it the Crybaby Shuffle.

It goes like this: