July 31, 2009

underaged pirate

My 3 year old daughter has been going around the house lately to ‘claim’ stuff as her’s. So far, she has claimed her writing desk (of course), her book rack, our room door, the dining table, a couple of dining chairs and the wall.

Then yesterday, she came to me, flashed me a quick smile and ‘claimed’ one of my most prized possessions…

… my notebook computer!

See that mermaid sticker right next to my Core-2-Duo label? That’s her seal to inform me that the computer has been liberated from my possession and I can’t do jack shit about it. (no, a candle light vigil won’t help either).

michaelooi  | 3-of-us  | 

7 Comments to “underaged pirate”

  1. Adrian says:

    Hahaha! That’s cute! Did she put her “official” seal of possession onto your forehead? :P

  2. erizabesu says:

    awww….so sweet…just make sure she doesn’t do that to the boys when she starts school *wink*

  3. TiBuN says:

    I didn’t know you use Latitude E6400…

  4. michaelooi says:

    Adrian – We’re already bonded genetically… a sticker won’t cut the shit.

    erizabesu – Yeah, hopefully… she won’t need a sticker…

    TiBuN – E6400 to bring home. I have another Insp 700m in my office. In my lab, I have about 30 notebooks (mix of XPS, Lat, Insp, Precision)

  5. EinsamSoldat says:

    Parent alert maybe… Perhaps ur girl trying to get your attention or perhaps try to raise herself to the top hierarchy in your family. Just a thot… Perhaps in one fine morning u will be claimed when u first see your self in the mirror :D

  6. "maemee" says:

    muahahahaha, yeah – for some strange reasons, kids do like to use stickers to mark their ownerships. my father has a pink cartoon sticker on his phone too, thanks to my niece… the best thing is… you will keep it there and each time you see it, it brings a smile to your face… :)

  7. bongkersz says:

    Er, girls do that eh? Putting/dropping something as a mark of possession. That’s why you see some guys having stuffed toys in their car. Or high heels at the passenger’s seat.

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