10 February 2009

Child Development

What do you want your child to be? Well... I was asked this question a few times. And the truth is, it is hard for me to answer. Every person is unique and we can only guide and encourage them to be someone useful and successful. Of course, every parent would want the best for their children right?. Well... what I am doing now is...

First, I will let my child enjoy his childhood by playing with his favourite toy...CJ7. Hehehe... I do not want him to be like JaCko (Micheal Jackson) who didn't enjoy his childhood like other children.


Secondly, I will encourage him to love what his papa loves doing, playing guitar, so that we will have a closer bond (father and son bond). Thanks to my sister-in-law who bought the small guitar for my son. Now we can sing our favourite song together "Na Na Na Na... TV3" Ahaks!.

25 Reptozian Messages:

mama belian n cengal said...

i am taking the same approach for my kids too...

One Other ... said...

That one looks like a ukelele. :-)

*twinkle twinkle little star*

nur enjel said...

wah ...very nice picture especially the last one ..u should keep it properly ...pakei tanggar nya dah bujang kelak ..haha

lvynana said...

wah..awal² dah pande main guitar.

C.Alv.B said...

Should learn from you hehehe

Willie said...

Mama > I doing the right thing right?

One Other > Ahaks! Twinkle twinkle little star pulak dah. I think he's a bit older for that. Kekekke

NurEnjel > Y Lah. Simpan Dlm CD Jak. Sak Kedai cuci gambar bankrupt. Just kidding!

IvyNana > I hope he will become a professional guitar player someday.

CalVB > You got kids? HEhehe... can learn from me then..

Audio said...

Hahaha..like father like son.. Cute pic! bes n cute daa jak gitar ya hehe.

nicksuneo said...

Bagus arron jadi cikgu... I hope so :-) Itu baru kesinambungan namanya. :-)

Willie said...

Audio > Father more cute la. Hahaha

NicKsuneo > Apa pulak cikgu? Jadi researcher di Mardi lah.

Yatie SawaNiLa said...

willie...mcm copy paste plak both of you muka mcm nak sama...
kalau ur son pakai cermin mata sure sama... willie junior

Sara said...

U pandai main gitar?? bestnyerrr..
Just let them choose their future laa kan

sharon (^.^) said...

so cute.. LOL small guitar

Bb said...

so sweet..spending time and doing things together..u jadi researcher kat mardi?? congratulations..

khairul onggon said...

Haha.. like father like son.. pheeewiitt.. hehehehe...

Rudy said...

wa...like father like son...Just imagine mun anak you ditrain main gitar, i bet timenya tadika/skolah rendah he can play guitar marvellously.

Willie said...

Yatie > Hi Yatie. Okeylah kalau mcm cut n paste...kalau jadi curry paste? Binggung palak i.Hahaha

Sara > Sikit sikit .Sekadar menghiburkan hati jer.

Sharon > Which one is cute? The father? The Son? or the guitar? Hahaha

Bb > Takder ler. Sajer jer nak menyakat member i sorang nih.

Khairul > Takler semua sama. Hahaha

Rudy > MEstinya digilai ramai gadis di sekolah kelak. Ahaks!

Samantha said...

jacko's diff. he had an abusive childhood :/ and they weren't at all wealthy. lol don't worry u look like u make a great dad willie :)

JuJue said...

willie, ajar la anak main lagu metallica. apo plakk lagu nanana tv3. hehehee...

Ethel said...

I'd love my kids to learn guitar and violin someday.. :D

Cute pic of you and your son. :)

Willie said...

Samantha > Hehe... we are no rich.

Jujue > Pening kepala aku dengar lagu tuh.

Ethel> U love music?

GregChai said...

i like the last pic, it's nice to see you jamming with your son. cool!

Ssembonge said...

Excellent father, son post. How I wish I could play the guitar.

Willie said...

GragChai > Yeh! Jam to the moon.

Ssembonge > Do you play any musical instruments?

cdason said...

that's really cool of you.. asking him to take up guitar and play it.

Maybe be a rock star someday?

Anyway, it always helps to be strict when parenting, but understanding at the same time.

I'm no parent, but as someone whom deals with children/teens aging 12-18, i can see most of those problematic students are neglected at home.

Parents do play a vital role, but sadly, not many know of their importance, and push the responsibility to other's. Its really good to hear that you want to bond with your child. I wish more parents were like you.

Willie said...

Cdason > I fully understand what you mean dealing with 12 to 18 years old children. Yes, education starts at home.