Friday, November 5, 2010

when she's angry...

Typically, when Ash gets angry, she's more adorable than disturbing. hahaha..I bet all kids are and most parents love to watch their kids get angry because they look so cute!! I know, aren't we a bunch of sickos??!!

BAck to Ash..at times, I will purposely make her angry just to see her throw a tantrum. I know - what the---??? I don't do things to mentally abuse her or anything, just that bit to irritate her a little. I will usually stop or give in after that. But, just too cute.

Like last night, she wanted hubby to draw her a cat. And she insisted on the cat being drawn in a certain way. If a whisker went out of place, she gets irritated and showed her displeasure (see what i mean...signs of OCD-ness??). When no drawn properly, she'd crumple up the paper and throw it on the floor or she'd grab the crayon and proceeded to show hubby how she wanted the tail drawn..all this time saying "hmmmpppfffrrr...I show u!!". We both giggled in our hearts, and hubby tried pacifying her by saying "ok...daddy draw again".

After a couple of tries, and still hadn't got the drawing right, she got further frustrated with hubby. No, she didn't screamed or hit him, she just crumpled up the papers and ask for another drawing...and another and another..Then, hubby was the one who got irritated with her and said "ok..now, daddy is angry. I don't want to draw anymore" (perhaps the natural testosterone was doing the talking). She let out a 'hmmmpphh..", and ran into the study room. She tried drawing herself and got irritated with herself and when "aaaarrrggghhh..." before crumpling the paper and throwing it down.

Wait...there's more. I went in, hoping to to pacify her while trying to put on a straight face. She pushed me away and proceeded to clean the room. She put all her cooking toys away into the basket. She cleaned and cleaned and cleaned. Her way of "letting-it-all-out" i believe. Once she was done, she came out and started her crocodile tears in my arms. She was really tired and was cranky at the same time. She only had a short snooze in the morning. We cleaned up a sobbing Ash, made her milk and hubby read her her bedtime story. She went to sleep in 10.

She's just too cute sometimes. Even her being angry didn't seem like she was really angry at all.

9 comments:

CH@@NG said...

ah hahahahaha,
me too me too, sometimes, i like to irritate my daughter, to see her cry, cos, she's very cheeky, and always wanna get what she wants (that's bad, i know!)
then, when i made her cry, she'll actually cry cry, all tears come out (she can really act in those crying shows) but then, she'll start looking around, for adults' reaction...
i thought, that's funny...
and her cry's normally very dramatic...
(ya, sorry, i know.. sounded a bit sicko too... ^_^)

mott said...

ai... wondering what happened to u.

:D

Cynthia said...

wow..she CLEANS as a way of dealing with her frustration and anger?..

Shireen Loh said...

Cyn : perhaps so..i don't know cos this is the first time i've seen her doing this. told ya about her OCD-ness kekekeke...:-)

mommy to chumsy said...

she has OCD? too cute :) plus i think she finds cleaning very therapeutic too...hehehhehee

BoeyJoey said...

so adorably cute!!! like the drawing episode with daddy! can imagine you giggling inside :-D

my eldest has acute ocd too... so when he's watching tv, he'll go to staighten his things for awhile, come back to watch tv, go and straighten things for awhile, come back and watch tv, this goes on and on... and the funny thing is, his things don't even move that much after him straightening them! haha!

sting said...

ohh... she's so adorable... :-) and she cleans to "let it out"?!? wow!!

Shireen Loh said...

Barb : haha...yes, she does (have OCD). I think it's rather cute too. She'll make a very good accountant. Oh, I don't know about finding cleaning therapeutic la cos this is the first time so, we shall see if it happens again.

PY : yes yes..was trying not to laugh out loud cos it might make her feel bad, you know. She loves bullying her dad :-). Hey, your son and Ash will make fast friends despite their age gap - they seem to have something in common.

Sting : Hey, thanks for dropping by :-)

Cynthia said...

Sounds like me hehe,..very therapeutic for me to go vacuum (haha we've had this conversation before)..but in all seriousness OCD must be curbed at a young age before it gets worst. There is a difference btwn just being anal (that's ME!) and serious OCD. My nephew was diagnosed as having OCD when he was young, so he had to go to therapy...he's OK now, more cleaner than the normal boy but controllable!

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