|Ali's standing up
and saying "No!" is getting more regular these days.
The creche clearly explained that he's merely learning to express
himself and testing the limits of his surroundings, nothing
to worry about ... it's just a phase he's going thru. He does
it more and more, one of the leidsters even reported one day
that Ali had totally lost his ears refusing to listen to anyone
at school. Ali would you like to eat? NO! Ali would you like
to bathe? NO! Ali would you to to change diapers! NO! I DON'T
LIKE TO EAT. NO! I DON'T LIKE TO TAKE A BATH. NO! I DON'T TO
CHANGE DIAPERS! Whatever you say his answer is "no"
... at home he normally listens to Mommy, to Daddy only after
his deserved punishment!
| Minutes after
the big storm!
|Ali's biggest public
tantrum so far must have been the time we visited the Modelbahn
Exposition near Utrecht in January of this year, he proved to
both Mommy and Daddy that he can compete with the best of them.
The minutes before entering the crowded hall Ali was already
finding it difficult to contain his excitement over the big
number of strange faces around him. Moments after entering the
hall, he practically forgot about Mommy, Daddy and Aisya accompanying
him. He dashed to the right, dashed to the left maneuvering
his little self around what could have been hundreds of legs
inching the cramped hall of the model train exhibition area.
He was clearly excited about the trains, "Choo-choo trains,
choo-choo trains!" he'd point to everyone that bothers
to look, by then Mommy and Daddy realised that they have totally
lost control ... a crowded cramped place is not a good place
to be chasing your kids around. Ali was hoisted out of the hallway
by one hand kicking and screaming at the top of his lungs clearly