Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Yi Yee speechless….with JL

Yi Yee told Mummy that she was speechless with her nephew JL. JL was taught by Yi Yee to call her ‘Pretty Yi Yee’. Yi Yee managed to keep record some of the funny and speechless moment with JL. Sometimes, we wondered where he learnt all these.. These were some from Yi Yee’s blog which Mummy copied and paste…

Scene 1
JL : Pretty Yi Yee...I want to become a pediatrician one day.Yi Yee : Oh, boy boy wants to become a doctor one day? Very good...JL : No lar Yi Yee, not doctor. Paediatrician, a children specialist lar...Yi Yee : (speechess, beyond words...*faint*) hehe...
Scene 2
PohPoh : Boy, help PohPoh tidy Yi Yee's bedJL : Aiyah no need lar PohPoh. Pretty Yi Yee's bed has always been like this. When she comes back, then it will also become like this again. This is habitual. No need to tidy one PohPoh, only YOU will tidy.Aiya, Yi Yee… is it true?

12 comments:

LittleLamb said...

wow...look at his vocab.."habitual" for a 3 yr old????? sorry forgot how old Jeriel... they way he reply so cute.

wen said...

she know yi yee too much! hehe, the best person who knows her best!

Anggie's Journal said...

hahahha... talk like an adult !! eh.. i never seen him talk like that wan .... he look quiet for me everytime we meet up .... shy eh ????

Irene said...

wow, he is so smart! pengsan yi yee! hahahaha!

dragonfliezz said...

hehe, no lar, sometimes only. I am dumbfounded ler...hehe...my nephew *shake head*

Moo mommy said...

haha... cute little Jeriel

karenyiau said...

Kids talk are super cute and makes you LOL at times, hahaha.

christine said...

wow! jeriel's vocabulory is quite extensive.

Mummy to QiQi said...

haha....ini jerial ah....really make poh poh pening liao!

slavemom said...

hahaha Now we all know how tidy Pretty Yi Yee is. :)

mybabybay said...

Hey good choice Jeriel, paediatric makes loads of $$!

Martini said...

he is only 4y+ and he already has an ambitious to become a paed, clever boy!

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