Stopping by the kitchen door
“Beware grandpa’s anger”
Observing we drank iced coffee
“Be careful I take”
On the sofa, before climbing it
“Beware mum’s anger”
How much more, we need to
“Beware of sin”
“Be careful of sinning against God”
Inspiration On: Saturday, 6 October 2012 at 12:54am
Revised At: 5:53pm
Observing my husband, I and our helper drink iced coffee without my toddler’s lot, he looked up to the helper warning, “Be careful I take!” as he was learning how to speak in English.
The kitchen door had a lock installed by my dad who is trying to prevent my toddler entering the kitchen door for his safety’s sake. It was installed when my toddler was one year plus. The reason for doing so is because he pulled and pushed mightily the baby gate out of the door. At first, he was unhappy and often tried to spoil the kitchen door lock whenever the helper carried him out of the bathroom passing by the kitchen door. >> Please Refer to 不停 Unstoppable
After he had gone through scolding, smacking on his butt, slapping on palm, and even preventing him from moving, he begins to understand how to avoid those whenever he can by informing “Beware grandpa’s anger”, and recently “Beware mum’s anger” and “Beware dad’s anger”.