little 17chipmunks’ potty training with very much success!


Today she passed with flying colours on potty training. I started putting her diaper less for our short trips out. But today’s trip turned out longer than expected.

When my friend was sending us to somewhere accessible, I was hesitating on where to stop us. Chinese coffee shop is definitely a ‘no no’ as she doesn’t know how to squat on the toilet. Then I saw Bangsar Village, was thinking of going there, but changed my mind to the mamak at Lucky Garden (so that hubby can reach us easily); also because I was aware that they have rather clean toilets with toilet seats.

While drinking coconut water, she told me she wanted to go to the loo. So, we fled to the toilet located on top of the shop. I did quickly paid for the drink but left the ‘diaper’ bag there with the unfinished coconut, letting the waitress know not to remove it.

The second time was not long after I gave her some briyani rice. I did not take it as a ‘joke’ as coconut water can make her pee real fast. So I brought her up again, this time without paying first and it turned out to be a “prank”. =.=” I warned her not to do it again! Grrrr…

The third time was after hubby finished his lunch and wanted to go to the loo. So, he brought her along and she did peed.

She slept in the car while on our way back. Right after arriving home, she peed on the potty again (quite a large amount).

This is our longest journey out so far without her wearing diaper. Hopefully we can soon do without it indefinitely!


It wasn’t the best of best day today, but I should be grateful that nothing serious happened (our ordeal this morning:

I wasn’t feeling too well, to begin with. My morning sickness is back as I entered 3rd trimester. So, after what happened, I came home, quickly do the laundry and rested. I managed to put the girl to nap close to 5pm and then I slept with her.

After waking up, I made her pumpkin ramen in leftover radish tomato chicken soup. I quickly whipped up a vegetables dish that she might like – vegetables fritters (no specific ingredients amount – flour, ice water, baking powder, tapioca starch, pinch of seasalt, egg, shredded zucchini, shredded carrot, chopped cabbage and chopped onion).

Since hubby’s not coming home for dinner and I don’t really have appetite, I made myself egg mayo sandwich.

So, that’s our dinner!

My girl was very hungry, finished all by herself within 10 minutes!

Celine Tan's photo.
Sad, this is two eggs… Eggs are so small now!

Celine Tan's photo.

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