Langsung tak enviromentalists!
Anyway, last Sunday just before we headed back home from the in-laws, I had to put a gun to his head in order to make him stop the car by the seaside near Bayan Lepas. The son was sleeping, and refused to wake up so I had to cruelly jolt him from sleep, so that he could whine to his dad about going to the sea! Phewww! That is like A LOT of effort needed into getting our little family to go for riadah, don't you think?
Don't finish the rojak! Leave some for my momma, will ya!?
We had rojak buah by the seaside, but nothing beats the rojak buah selling at Padang Kota! The portion for this one was too little, and the gravy kurang kick tapi kami tatapppp bedal smpai licin!
The son spilled water on his shorts, and I was looking and looking around for his spare jeans in the diaper bag, but couldn't find it. He might've ended up looking like he came from the Flinstone's Age save for the cool Tee his big mommy got for him and the brand new Adidas he had on! He.He.He.
I think going to these places is a good way to teach Irfan about his surroundings, other than reading about it in his books. Here he was able to identifiy "motorboat", "sea", "water banyak", "batu" and a lot of other stuff in between.
Makanya, En. Suami, let's do outdoor activities again next week ok?