Have more babies…? Sure!

PM Lee Hsien Loong had raised a call for Singaporean couples to breed more rabbits. No not real rabbits.. but baby wabbits.. no no no.. of course i meant, babies. Singaporean babies.

I was way heavily pregnant during that time of reporting. In fact, I had already given birth by then.

When hubs and i realised i was pregnant…  well actually he kept asking if i was (pregnant)… … since he set up ambush plan on me … and gave me so much cooing on baby talk.. about how much the girls have grown (and aren’t that terribly cute anymore) and yada yada yoda and so on.. Plus the fact, that i didn’t actually guard my fort very well too……. We were sooo looking forward to a Rabbit Baby. ie. A baby born in the year of the Rabbit. Our firstborn son came a wee earlier than expected and became our Tiger Baby instead, not that we’re complaining. 🙂

Prior to conceiving, i was told (when i was hospitalized for being highly anaemic & that it was possible for me to get a mild stroke without even realizing it) it was hard for me to conceive due to some growths in the womb and what nots. Good then, i thought. I didn’t plan to have anymore either. Problem solved.

We already have two girls, aged 10 and an almost 8yr old.. so hubs had always wondered (aloud) *roll eyes* of how having a boy would be like.. how a boy would look like.. how much fun he would have just like all his/our friends with boys/sons.. I was about to tell my gynae in confidence that i wanted the gender thingy to be hush-hush but he broke loose all ideas i had for the supposed plan; to both his nurses in his consultation room and i bet the other moms & dads outside at the waiting lounge, heard as well when he yelled, “Ayy.. wanna know sex of baby? Can see liao, eh.. Tongkat Ali!” He exclaimed almost in one breath.. hence the inability to stop him in time.  Needless to say, hubs was super ecstatic.

Oh well.. guess i just had to make the best of the situation like i always had with all other situations that happened in my life thus far. Make good out of it. I ain’t much of a bully so i didn’t know how to make him do stuff for me and/or get me stuff i craved. I usually would casually tell him i felt like having something and that i would go out to get it. On and off if he was free or felt like it, he’d go get or else i’d wait the following day… or sometimes a couple of days before i get it myself or sometimes he did surprise me by coming home with my craves. I appreciate that more than he knows.  I remember i did thank him. Not profusely, but i did say thank you. But i know i really appreciate these little things.. They’re special to me though i don’t say it out loud. Hee.

I was treated like a queen (well almost..) except the fact that this queen had a massive move to do. Yes, move. Not to a palatial home however but we finally secured our own flat. Not a new one as we’d have much preferred, but having our own place to stay just couldn’t wait. We settled for a resale which was still within sky-rocketing prices at that time and managed to scrape thru’ shorter financing terms with help of my folks for their chop, sign and guarantee of endorsement.. within radius to parents. 🙂 Luckily i did years of parent volunteer wor.. So i fell in automatic Phase 2A. Phew.. it took us almost what….? 11yrs i think… to see us to this day of the move. Frankly, it was a relief more than nostalgia but i won’t go into that. I was just like sighing in relief and whispering to myself… finally… it came. That light at the end of the tunnel… our own place. It may not be huge but it’s what we could afford. I’m happy.. the girls were psyched.. didn’t matter how big or small it was, as long as it was OURS. All ours.

Scare #1 : Before our move, i thought i had a miscarriage. A piece of what seemed like bloody meat came out of me one morning on the day i was to have a consultation with my gynae. I kept it in a container and brought it to the hospital. “How are you today?” He asked. “I think I have lost the baby…” I replied solemnly. Shocked, he asked me to lie down and said he’d gimme a scan. I also gave him the container. Within seconds, he whispered, “Can’t be… your baby is still here. Well and kicking.” He checked inside the container and told the nurses to throw it away. Said it was some kinda blood clot and later explained the how it could’ve got there.. Hubs smiled in relief and gave me an assuring arm around my back. I just sighed..

Scare #2 : I am not a young mom anymore. I had my eldest daughter 10yrs ago. I was afraid i’d be outta touch. But before i got to the outta touch part, i was given yet another scare. Age as we know, plays a part in certain pre-diagnosis in many health issues. It became our issue as well when my blood was tested with high probability of us having a higher chance.. a very risky chance of having a baby with Downs Syndrome. The odds were staring back at me on a stark white piece of result slip. Denial. Fear. Shock. Sadness. All swept over me in that same second i held my breath. Next up.. to take another invasive test. I had to consider whether or not to sign an agreement that would cost me more than $600 to get one heck of a needle in the sac to get some amniotic fluid for testing. 99% accuracy our gynae said. He was an angel.. what he gave me was time. To ponder and yes, to decide.

Before foetus reached 21 weeks i had to make that decision. After which, if it came out positive i had to decide once again whether to keep it or do a wash. Hubs said i had to decide.. tho i knew what was in his heart all along. He wanted this boy very much..

I decided to get it done and over with. Felt it was better to know for i didn’t want any surprises. I had to do the procedure alone cause hubs had to work and really really couldn’t get off.  Bummer right? It was a quick but cold procedure as i didn’t have anyone with me. 🙁 I waited 4 dreadful hours to do this, as the gynae was occupied with a major code blue (or was it red?) surgery around the time of my appt. Was informed if it was positive, i’d receive a call within three days time and if not, we’d meet the gynae at next appt date. Results were negative.

Hubs held my hand and squeezed my shoulder. Assuring comfort. How i truly did appreciate that one simple gesture. I was afraid but i didn’t say it aloud.. Guess i showed it huh?

Scare #3 : During labour and at the final moment, out of breath and weak knee-d.. i heard murmurs of discussion amongst them (all of them around me in the delivery suite) that the baby wasn’t moving and that it also wasn’t coming out. A little spinning in the head from all that pushing but in that same head, i was saying, “I can heeeeaaaar you….” *roll eyes*. The baby’s head was a bit too big to exit despite being fully stretched and dilated. Seemed that the baby’s head position was a wee awkward although i already feel his head at exit point and tried pushing him out countless times. No way out. A c-section was suggested by nurses. Gynae came over and asked, “You trust me? I’m gonna help you. You can do this. You can?” “In my blurness i said yes to everything and anything. I didn’t even ask. I didn’t know what and how he was gonna do. In my heart i prayed.. Please, just help me get him out. Our gynae said to his nurses, “I know this patient. She can. Now work with me.” The next 15 – 20 minutes of intense pushing and pressing of my upper abdomen (which resulted in bruises) challenged the life out of me. But he (baby) got out safely..

Or so i thought…

Hubs held my hand thru’ out the ordeal.. (at times to the point of gripping squeezes) but he psyched me thru’ it all.. Through that time, all i heard were his words in my ears that moved me… cheered me to go on. I appreciated this.. soo much more than any words could express. I couldn’t remember if i said thanks to hubs, but i’m sure i managed a wry smile..

Scare #4 : Baby wasn’t breathing.

Hubs later re-enacted how our gynae multi-tasked giving baby little pressure presses on his chest to clear what seemed to be hindering the natural breathing or even a cry from the baby. I asked hubs what’s going on and he only replied.. “Nothin’… just checkin’ the baby and pulling out the cord out of me.” I didn’t know that baby didn’t move. I don’t think i would know how to react if he told me.. for that moment of not telling, again… i appreciated it.

Scare #5 : How we’d manage? New house meant we’re all on our own.. School re-opening.. Logistics and many more on top of confinement care. What ensued was the most memroable thing of having my #3 (child)… Here’s sharing why i WILL consider having more babies. Note the word *consider* ok, before getting all excited…

Hubs was my confinement-manny. You heard me. Confinement MAN-ny. On top of the 3 days paternal leave.. he took another 7 days to at least ensure it could help me get back on my feet again before he had to go back to work. I’m a stay-home-mom. He needed to work for all of us. He saved leave to be there for me, our two girls.. and the baby.

He worked the house like clockwork.. everyday. Forced me to rest. Instructed me to get as much sleep as possible. (He helped with alternate bottle feeding since i engaged a massage lady during confinement) I had wrapped the children’s new school books and ironed their uniforms for first week of school so that helped. I already handled the transport arrangements as well. So that’s a done deal. He got a head start.

I know now why he asked me abt some easy to cook recipes beforehand.. he was planning to try his hand at cooking. So he did. But hey, how difficult can confinement cooking be, right? They’re mostly bland soups. Hehee.. But his cooking turned out so scrumptious i was afraid i’d over-eat. From marketing, to cooking, to stocking the kitchen cabinet with necessities, ensured the house was spick and span in case of surprise visitors, to buying diapers and sanitary pads for me & what nots. He even knew which breast pump to get me. He too trusted our tried and tested Medela Electric. Hee..

He helped me shower, (yes, i cannot tahan!) got the baby cleaned up smelling nice, get the girls ready for school, helped with orientation week (they’re transfer students).. homework.. the girls’ catfights.. hovering over baby.. everything. I had breakfast, lunch and dinner on time on target… in bed. I slept like a baby every night. By the time he finished with doing the dishes & cleaning the kitchen & brought the laundry in after dinner every night, i see him either sprawled over the sofa with clothes from the dryers or the tv watching him in bed.

The children would all be sound asleep in their beds and baby in the cot.

Eventually 10 days quickly passed but i haven’t fully recovered. He pleaded, begged and almost quarreled with his superiors over another 4 days of leave just to make sure i was ok.. that he could leave me at home with 3 children and i’d be ok.. For that alone, i couldn’t have thanked him enough. He also had attachment issues cos he was with the baby thru’ out the whole time lah.. Hahaa..

14 days was up and i was able to walk better, sit and noo definitely not run yet! But comfortable enough to move abt and do teeny chores here and there. Before he left for work on the 15th day (which he dreaded).. kekekee.. he said this to me, “I hope I managed to do enough during the last two weeks i was home. I dunno how you’d manage now with me gone but i guess as usual you will anyhow lar.. but try not to do the housework.. i’ll come home and do that. You just be here for the kiddies.. ok. I love you and sorry i gotta go back to work already. I’ll miss you all…” with glistening eyes holding back tears.

That 14 days including the 4 additional days he fought for.. to be with us.. to be around for every single one of us; was just one of those many days that HE was a Husband for me.. The Father for our children.. The sole breadwinner for our family.. The silent work-horse who shoulders the needs of his family. Our family.

Though we may not say it often enough or loud enough for the things that you do for us… Buds hubs… THANK YOU for all the things you’ve done, for all those time you’ve been there for us.. for the silent support you gave us when we needed it most.. for being here for the raising and the wrangling of our children.. thank you.

But then again… thank you is and never will be enough.. for everything that you are to us.. But still just so you know that you are very very very much appreciated for all the things you do… big ones and even small personal ones, take heart. We do notice. 

We feel it.

We can feel a true father in our hearts.

So, if you ask me whether i would consider having more children after my ordeal with #3… well, i might… but then again… hubs is the one who said close shop hor. Not me.

Perhaps he’s thinking of closing his shop! LOLz!  

CONCLUSION : If all fathers were given mandatory paternal leave (2-3 weeks for starters) to care for their spouses and family, it will be a small step (in my opinion at least) in creating a pro-family movement within society. It gives time for fathers, newbies and old timers regardless to bond and having that sense that they too belong in this child-raising environment as much as the moms do, rather than just the-making-of. :p

The above is just sharing how important it was for me to have a husband and a father around. Having bigger families is a joint project. So let’s grant our men the time to be involved in pro-creation and it’s follow-up actions.

Btw… to buds hubs. Happy Father’s Day. Hope your wish is now fulfilled with our very own buds_chubs.  

tks for sharing

tks for sharing

haha, so funny

 Your reply made me laugh. several times. 

at the bubble tea (yes can’t wait, soon, soon!!)

then at the "just like mommy" too, to cite a couple of egs.

 

Well, I didn’t get Queen’s treatment 3 times. Dh took some time to "learn" too. 🙂 1st time it was cos I was still living with mil’s. No room for confinement lady and there were so many people in the house, I thought there should be enough help.

2nd time I thought Dh would be more experienced already, and I also "act hero" thinking I am more experienced too, no need help, so didn’t engage again. Both times suffered quite a lot.

3rd time, even though there was just us alone in a tiny abode, I got the most help from Dh and not surprisingly, his bond with the lil princess is the strongest, cos he spends so much time helping to take care of her!

Really, should’ve done this right from the start eh? But we always learn with time, from hindsight… We get wiser as the years go by, I think…

 

Hiccups

Quote LuvKid, "Didn’t know that u had quite a few hipcups for yr #3. After reading yr story,sounds a bit like mine,cos DH is confinement MANny,but he fully "resign" after bb turns full month old…. Buds_hub definetly does a good job! Kudos to him!"

I LOVE how you said it! "Fully resign after bb turns full month!" *rolling on the floor laughing* Cheers to the man in our life, aye? *wink* Buds_hubs is a doll reali.. he still helps out to date even when i know he is dog tired from work and i appreciate that he really plays the part of a parent in the family too. The children can sense it and they’re loving it.  Sometimes he will ask me to have a slow dinner on my own and watch tv to chill… while he shower and feed the baby. Now, that’s a nice reprieve for me for sure after a long day with 3 kiddies tugging for my attention.

Niwae, yes.. a lotta hiccups awrite. Some are too personal to pen down in fact, but yes.. try to make good out of unexpected circumstances in life, when we can.

Hope you’re doing well and that DS3 is growing nicely. Can still remember your cheeky DS2… *evil grin* Hehehehh..

#3 is ain't easy.....

Didn’t know that u had quite a few hipcups for yr #3. After reading yr story,sounds a bit like mine,cos DH is confinement MANny,but he fully "resign" after bb turns full month old…. Buds_hub definetly does a good job! Kudos to him!

No Choice

Wahahahaha…..

I was also laughing just reading your reply..

Alamak.. I knew it was a trap la but a trap that I still have to fall into as innocent people might really understood Chief is ahem.. you know la..

ok… c ya around 🙂

 

 

Knew it! :)

Heyya Castle House, i knew it! I knew you’d fall in my trap! Hahaa! Was writing to bait! *evil laugh* You fell for it! I was honestly pulling your leg! I smiled from ear to ear reading your reply. Thanks for that! Cheerios! 🙂

Had it rough but made it thru this far..

Quote jenao, "buds, thank you for sharing your experience on how you manage and cope esp wif the pregnancy and confinement. Those scares are so scary and I am glad all went well."

Heyya there, jenao. Thank you for dropping by with your lovely thoughts. They are very encouraging and uplifting. I appreciate your kind gesture & you definitely made my day.. *hugs* My day had been super busy and it just ended in fact. Phew.. Hopefully tomorrow will be better. 🙂

This pregnancy was very hard indeed.. what with travelling to and fro with the children from where we reside to their old school since the mid of my 2nd trimester every single day plus lotsa packing to be done, reno to be mapped out, schools to apply to and ILs who are always unhappy with me about something somehow even till the day after the move. I really had it rough & also carried with me an enourmous amount of emotional baggage from 10 years of pent up emotions that saw some scarring as well which will definitely take a long time to heal.  But i still choose to believe there will be good days ahead, with or without anyone standing up for me.

"Your positive outlook are great encouragement to a lot of people. Always love reading your posts."

Really? Well, if it makes a difference… i’m glad. I’m fortunate to have been recommended this site thru a good friend of mine for it helps keep me sane by contributing with a purpose. I’m happy if i can inspire people along the way. I find immense pleasure each time i pen something down, for i am writing from my heart. 

"Both of you are amazing parents who are so involved in nurturing them and your children are so lucky to have you both."

You should hear the number of times hubs repeats that to the children.. that they’re very fortunate children. While the journey for nurture had its ups and downs, all i wish for is a peace of mind to see thru’ the rest of days ahead. I guess it’s true when they say, happy parents can raise happy children. I’m still trying..

See you around, jenao.. once again.. thanks for dropping by.

Warmest regards, buds.

buds, thank you for sharing

buds, thank you for sharing your experience on how you manage and cope esp wif the pregnancy and confinement. Those scares are so scary and I am glad all went well.  Your positive outlook are great encouragement to a lot of people.  Always love reading your posts. Both of you are amazing parents who are so involved in nurturing them and your children are so lucky to have you both.  

Faintz....

LOLx….

Last night I was still thinking.. ‘Oh dear.. I have mentioned ‘Penguin Daddy.. will this ‘senior’ misunderstood..??” better clarify first thing in the morning..!’

True enough.. fainted…

Ahem… just to clarify.. my hub is not Chief ya.. lolx… if not I will ahem.. kana.. ahem.. left.. right.. centre.. liao.. lol..

Chief is so highly up there.. and I don’t even get to see him in person yet.. lol… err… of course will have a chance la..

Anyway… think the more I want to clarify.. the worse it is.

Chief is not my hub.. 🙂

Lucky 3 times round!

Quote kabalevsky, "Dear Buds,"

My dearest kabalevsky… you’ve been MIA off and on. Hope all is well with you. School reopening soon.. You can soon revisit JP again for free aircon, some quiet time and bubble tea time soon. LOLz!

"So timely and apt for Fathers’ Day! It was very touching and moving. Thank you for sharing."

Thank you dearie… and you know how i feel abt sharing. Just love it!

"Fully agree on the paternity leave too. I didn’t engage any confinement nanny for all 3 as well. I find that fathers nowadays are really hands-on, really handy to have around the house during the important initial weeks!"

You too! *hugs* Cheers, girl! You are lucky to enjoy the queen’s treatment 3 times round. I only got it this once with buds_chubs. I realised that this time post-birth, i was more relaxed… more comfortable… more loved… more appreciated… more pampered… more more more of more. Hehee.  I know watcha mean kabalevsky… the initial weeks of recovery can take a toll especially if we have other small children to care for and if the newborn is not sleeping or eating very well. Thank god both weren’t any issues for him and us. Bliss.  The baby is extremely sweet tempered and patient. Oh well… just like mommy.

"Kudos!"

Thank you! Appreciate you dropping by to say hi. *hugs*

Penguin Daddy(ies) :)

Quote Castle House, "Hi buds.."

Heyya there Castle House, we meet again..

"Well written article to show your appreciation to your hub…"

Pssst.. he doesn’t know yet. Heehee..

"I would do the same too :)"

I suppose your hubby is hands-on as well yeah? Cheers!

"I agree, thank you is and never will be enough..

My personal feeling when I look around, hub’s involvement towards child raising nowadays is equally greater … they no longer feel that it is mummy’s job."

I do find that fathers and especially the good ones… the cool ones… the wonderful ones… they are not mentioned enough for their contributions to the family. The things that they have done and are still doing are sometimes seemingly invisible as compared to mommies who are more out-there… especially those with stay-home-wives like myself. The article came about whilst watching catching some zzzz in between work. The sudden wave of nostalgia… of having him fully care for me when we received buds_chubs just a few months ago somehow made me pen it all down. All my thoughts and feelings which coincidentally fell on Father’s Day.

"I was at the playgound with my children last weekend. Was surprised to see ‘Oh my.. all the daddy’s with the children instead’… and was jokingly telling hb he should be there as well.. to have daddy’s talk with all others.."

Hubs takes the girls to the playground these days. He updates me on the goings-on of the neighbours’ kiddies and what new stunts the girls’ could do when they were out.

"The role of the Father has changed now… they feel more responsibility, more bonding towards their kid.. no longer.. the stubborn old man.. who potrayed a stern image on their children.."

Dun get me wrong, while buds_hubs is a more involved parent now… he retains his stern demeanour in front of the children. Well… mebbe except in front of buds_chubs. That one is clear cut case of favouritism boi! *roll eyes* That little chubby wubby can get away with anything…… only for now, i hope.

As for the role of a father… i do find it highly subjective to the male person himself. Not all husbands see sharing the parenting role as an obligation. But those who do definitely deserve compliments from time to time, loud and really appreciative ones. Everyone needs a pat on the back sometimes to spur them on, isn’t it? *wink*

"My hub is a Penguin Daddy too when #3 was out… and believe me.. it was and still not easy for him.. 🙂 and I do appreciate that too… and looking at how the kids fonder him.. including mummy.., respect him as a Father not someone who will just scold, beat or blah blah…

I too, want to say thank you and never enough to my hub – Penguin Daddy.. 🙂 and I am sure the kids too.."

By Penguin….. you don’t really mean to errrr say…. that uhhhhmmmm…. that ChiefKiasu is your husband…. right?  Kidding kidding…. i’m just kidding… LOLz!

Likewise for mommies really. We’re not just parents who enjoy scolding, beating and also the much dreaded act of all…. NAGGING. We are parents who truly care for our children.

Hope your Father’s Day celebration was a blast! Cheerios!

#4?

Quote tigger88, "Buds, you have such a wonderful and hands-on hubby! I am sure you wouldn’t mind going for #4."

Yes, it’s very nice that he’s a hands-on hubby, my handy manny around the house, and he is also a budding chef (now we know).. Some weekends i am pleasantly surprised to wake up to a very clean house and everyone gone (either to go cycling or play basketball). He said, "Didn’t want me to do any work that day and just catch up on sleep with buds_chubs."

He quietly took the monsters out for sweaty time with him and came back just in time to invite me and chubs for breakfast.

But……

Errrr… #4?

You carry on first! 

Take care and enjoy your 4th pregnancy, tigger88!

Not yet

Quote BlurBee, "Happy Father’s Day to buds hubs."

Heyya BlurBee, i don’t think he has yet to log on since his last session to know this article is up on Father’s Day… hope he doesn’t get mad at me for telling on him. :p But thanks for your sweet gesture. I’m sure he’d see it soon enuff. 🙂

Involved Fathers

Quote smartmummy, "Hi Buds!"

Heyya smartmummy!

"Your husband is really a role model to all fathers. Thanks for sharing with us. Most fathers need to learn from this."

I believe more fathers in this day and age are more pro-active parents. I know of quite a number of daddies who can juggle work-home balance effectively and happily from my teaching days as the daddies are the ones who signed up their young ones for the playgroup sessions so they can learn more on how to guide their children to learn thru’ play. It is very heartwarming to see them in action. Such father-child bond is priceless and builds a child’s confidence & esteem to higher levels within them, more than we know… more than we can see.

"Happy father’s day to all wonderful fathers!"

I’m also equally happy to see many involved fathers within this forum! So yes… to all wonderful fathers, i’m very sure everyday is father’s day for you; for what you see & feel is truly wonderful in your hearts, are your families. Kudos!

so touching!

 Dear Buds,

So timely and apt for Fathers’ Day! It was very touching and moving. Thank you for sharing.

Fully agree on the paternity leave too. I didn’t engage any confinement nanny for all 3 as well. I find that fathers nowadays are really hands-on, really handy to have around the house during the important initial weeks!

Kudos!

Befitting a queen

Quote poppy15, "Buds, ur DH is such an angel…. to be there for u from the day u realise u were preggie with #3 till he returned to work on the 15th day during ur confinement….

and he took everything in his stride… bravo!!!"

Heyya poppy15, yes i feel blessed to have him around for my most challenging pregnancy journey to date with buds_chubs. The 15 days he voluntarily offered to serve was the best treatment for a queen. 🙂

"awww…. Happy Father’s Day to buds_hubs too.. kekeke…

ahem, buds, borrowing ur blog at the same time to wish all dads & dads-to-be a:

" HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TOO!! "

Of course, i don’t mind! *wink* Hope you had a wonderful Father’s Day celebration with poppydad15 too! 

Daddy Idol

Quote, Female CL Teacher, "Thanks for sharing your experience, well done dad!!!"

Thank you, Female CL Teacher. Well done indeed! 🙂

As a girl growing up, my daddie was the perfect father anyone could wish for.. so while hubs was not that hands-on since Day 1 when we were married, he now is very involved and I definitely do love him for that. Other than my father, i now have another daddy idol… hubs.

Angel?

Quote janet_lee88, "Your husband is an angel…to think that he encouraged you to have #3 and went all out to help after birth."

One thing he can never be is an angel.. .. but his actions definitely does speak loudly of his commitment to the newborn and to his family more than anything. Before marriage, he used to be more of the words chap but after marriage… while his actions usually spoke more than his words, i honestly wouldn’t mind if he still does it now. Hee..

Hubs, if you’re reading this.. I know.. I know.. I thought it was and used to be super irritating (err cos i didn’t like you much then mah..) lol. But come to think of it now, it portrays a softer side of you that i admit i failed to appreciate.

You were a such a romantic. Yes, even without flowers.

Hi Bud

Hi buds..

Well written article to show your appreciation to your hub…

I would do the same too 🙂

I agree, thank you is and never will be enough..

My personal feeling when I look around, hub’s involvement towards child raising nowadays is equally greater … they no longer feel that it is mummy’s job.

I was at the playgound with my children last weekend. Was surprised to see ‘Oh my.. all the daddy’s with the children instead’… and was jokingly telling hb he should be there as well.. to have daddy’s talk with all others..

The role of the Father has changed now… they feel more responsibility, more bonding towards their kid.. no longer.. the stubborn old man.. who potrayed a stern image on their children..

My hub is a Penguin Daddy too when #3 was out… and believe me.. it was and still not easy for him.. 🙂 and I do appreciate that too… and looking at how the kids fonder him.. including mummy.., respect him as a Father not someone who will just scold, beat or blah blah…

I too, want to say thank you and never enough to my hub – Penguin Daddy.. 🙂 and I am sure the kids too..

Buds, You have such a

Buds,

You have such a wonderful and hands-on hubby! I am sure you wouldn’t mind going for #4.

Thanks for sharing

Happy Father’s Day to all daddies!!

thanks for sharing happy

thanks for sharing

happy father’s day bubs hubs

Thanks for sharing.

Happy Father’s Day to buds hubs.

Role Model Father

Hi Buds!

Your husband is really a role model to all fathers.Thanks for sharing with us.Most fathers need to learn from this.

Happy father’s day to all wonderful fathers!

Buds, ur DH is such an

Buds, ur DH is such an angel…. to be there for u from the day u realise u were preggie with #3 till he returned to work on the 15th day during ur confinement….

and he took everything in his stride… bravo!!!

awww…. Happy Father’s Day to buds_hubs too.. kekeke…

ahem, buds, borrowing ur blog at the same time to wish all dads & dads-to-be a:

" HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TOO!! "

 Thanks for sharing your

 Thanks for sharing your experience, well done dad!!!

Hey buds, Your husband is an

Hey buds,

Your husband is an angel…to think that he encouraged you to have #3 and went all out to help after birth.

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