Yes i know, we should feed curiosity kids with correct answers, but at times i get a lil too tired to entertain to hArith’s question, he would ask questions and expect some real specific answers.
Being pregnant and having to deal with 2 other toddlers, it gets a lil bit tiring to answer to al his questions. And he asked a lot, seriously. Every minute they will be question from his mouth, especially when we are in the car, he will look outside and ask all kind of questions.
He was out with me just now to Usana HQ, and he saw a motorbike beat the traffic lite…and the minute i saw the motorbike drove off while the light was still red i knew i gonna had it, endless question from hArith
him: mOmmy, kenapa motor tu jalan. Red stop!!!
mOmmy: ha motor tu tak listen to instruction, must always listen to instruction kan.
him: tp kenapa, kenapa die tak listen instruction
mOmmy: kat school teacher teach die tak listen. hArith listen to auntie2 tak kat school? mommy give instruction pun kena listen kan?
him: listen. tapi kenapa die jalan jugak?
mOmmy: takde orang teach die
him: tapi papa teach harith, Green Go, Red Stop. Kenapa papa die tak teach die?
mommy: mommy tak tau lah kenapa?
him: kenapa mommy tak tau?
mommy: *silent pause clueless what to answer*
haa…tak ke pengsan masak kepala nk jawab soalan die. i guess at this age around, your kids believe that you know everthing, so never answer “tak tau” to you child
him: tapi die dh jalan, dangerous kan mommy. die dah pegi mane tu?
mommy: haah dangerous.
him: tapi takde accident pun?
and lucky thing there was a tractor by the roadside, his attention then diverted to what was the tractor doing
him: kenapa tractor tu korek jalan mommy? nanti jln tu rosak!
*dah masak kepala nk jawab pasal tractor pulak*