Friday, 7 March 2008

More Simple Fun

Remember my boys did some fun and funny things with this blue basket?

Well, they found another:

White river rafting!

6 comments:

hissychick said...

Absolutely hilarious- including Micah's commentary.

Maybe I should film A's habit of somersaulting off the couch...but I am trying to discouarge that...

Kathie "Moomykin" Yeoh said...

hissychick,

I know. They are just so entertaining.

They did this the whole night until they fought over the basket and that was when I called it the night.

A gift from God said...

This is funny... gosh... your kids are not like a typical chinese kid.... Usually.. they will be forbidden to do such stuns! Probably when Gandpa or Grandma saw it.. it's going to be...hoi..what are you doing... come down..come down..cannot cannot..Haha...

Kathie "Moomykin" Yeoh said...

Yeah... The grandparents sure cannot take such nonsensical fun.

I think kids can be so creative and this is really the time they can have fun before they have to start school and Grow Up!!

For me, I usually relax if there is no danger...and sometimes take some risks in danger too, but depends on how are and other external factors. :)

Ann said...

SOOOOo CUTE !!!

Micah seems so grown up and such a good big brother!

Reminds me of my escapades with my older sister too!

Kids not that far apart perhaps can play better together ya!

That's so GREAT! I love Micah!

By the way....you called him 'Mee-cah'! I thought it was pronouced 'Mye-cah'!

Kathie "Moomykin" Yeoh said...

ann,

The boys are lots of fun. The boys have their moments.

Some of the sweetest would be when they wake up in the morning and hug and kiss each other. Occasionally they will play together when it's more physical kind of play. When it comes to building blocks, trains and puzzles, we get a lot of competition that ends in fighting.

We call Micah as "me-kah". It's suppose to be the Jewish pronunciation and not the English as we always think/read it as "My-kah". Me-kah is easier for our non-English speaking relatives.