Monday, 12 July 2010

Attachment

Mum had visitors during the weekend and as soon as the Auntie & Uncle arrived, I instantly crawled to hug the Uncle. Auntie wanted a cuddle but I kinda got stuck on him. Auntie didn't give up on trying to get a hug out of me so she tried her best to be nice, sweet and playful but I was having none of it. Uncle loved my attention so he told Auntie to give it a rest. Mum felt bad so she ripped me away from Uncle's leg and made me sit on Auntie's lap for a few seconds...1-2-3-ok-that's-enough!

When I go to visit my cousins, I automatically crawl towards their daddies and how hard their mummies try, I pay no attention to them. Ofcourse Mum has to be the villain and rip me away from the daddies and force let me pay a bit of attention to the mummies. You can see the routine here - me getting attached and Mum ripping me away. I fear for my future girlfriend(s)!

At home, I'm more attached to the Helper than Mum and more to Mum than Dad and it's in that order because I get to see the Helper more than Mum and third place goes to Dad. Sometimes Mum "dreams" of quitting her job, letting go of the Helper (it's just her "dream", remember!) and look after me 24-7 so she would be the first person I would go to if I need something but reality sucks - someone's gotta bring that milk-money home!!

11 comments:

Mr. Stupid said...

This was funny. I can't remember who I was attached to more. I'm just glad your Aunt could get a hold of you for at least three seconds...:)

Brandy said...

that's funny. At least ash takes you over all the other women

Helene said...

My kids used to do that too...and I was home with them 24/7. They were probably sick and tired of me by the time Daddy got home from work every day!

Jennifer said...

This was such a funny post. I like the line about the future girlfriends.

RoseBelle said...

Awww, poor Ash! So he prefers his uncles over his aunties? I can imagine his look when you force him to let other people hold him ^_^

My son was super shy and didn't want to be held by anyone. My eldest was super easy and wasn't shy at all. My youngest daughter is shy but once she sees that person a couple of times, she's ok.

Cheeseboy said...

Too funny. Men are much more fun to go to. We throw the kids up in the air and are goofy with them

blueviolet said...

The milk is important, you're right! Too funny how you have your favorites!

Sadako said...

Aw! So cute.

Serline said...

Maybe Daddy is not spending enough time with you, and you are looking for substitutes ;-P

Eternally Distracted said...

It's sadly true, someone has to bring home the milk... fingers crossed for a lottery win!

Mahmee said...

Ash...your mum must miss you terribly when she is not with you. I hope that one day she is able to make that dream a reality.
M.

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