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Saturday, 23 December 2017

Saturday In House Gists - Silence Is Golden Unless You Have A Child....

Silence everywhere and you close you eyes to relax..............

But you Suddenly remember you have a child and quickly dash to where you left them and run into a scenario that leaves you shocked,angry or laughing!!!






o you have a silent is golden moment or you heard about any?share with us and we will take care of the ''other'' matter later...lol
You can post as many stories as you want but with one ID,no need to keep changing into Abutata please.


67 comments:

Dada Toyosi said...

Don't really have much but the only one dt i couldn't forget in a rush was when my baby was around 2years or so, i was busy washing clothes in d bathroom and ask her to bring something for me,when she entered,she just eachoed"it is bitter" my mind was not even there till i finish d laundry and went back to the room to see an empty plastic of folic acid with her,she ate about 50pieces that day,i was really shocked,she taught it was vit c,d amount of red oil i gave her dt day eeh

Chika Vincent said...

Lol

Beloved SDK BLOG PA said...

Yeah my driver is here...we are heading to the airport RIght now. Traffic no be here o. Chaiii
Lol

Oya o leggo with the sweet tories

Rowland said...

I'm guessing if most of you follow my post you'd find out that I really love kids. Well my Nephew is a case load.

I remember when I was babysitting him, he was quite young then, I think he was about a year old then, and he just started walking, more like he likes to run, more than walk.

One day my sister begged me to come help her out, and because I know she'd end up bribing me I went.
The previous night I went to Night class(Reading all through the night), so I was pretty much tired and all I had in mind was to rock him to sleep, so I could also sleep, but then I wonder where this kids get the energy from, like his adrenaline level is super duper high.

We were in the living room watching TV when I dozed off. I woke up barely 40 mins after to find my nephew not close by, and like a mad man I started searching for him, only to find him in his parents room, this boy put on the tap and the room was flooded. Worst part their room was not tiled but with rug. The water found its way to the other room and everywhere was practically soaked. When I found him, he was sleeping gently on the bed. I didn't know if I should wake him up with a good slap, Jack him up and slam him on the floor or just let him be. Well I settled for the latter.

When his Mum came back she asked me what happened and I was wondering if I should tell her the truth, but how will she believe me when the boy was sleeping calmly and his clothes weren't soaked or even wet.

Silence is indeed golden.

Omeh (for quality and affordable computers and accessories 08153383386) said...

Jehovah! I hope you took her to the hospital please

Anonymous said...

One of those days where I had no help and I was exhausted. I took a break to catch my breath, suddenly everywhere was quiet. I ran into the living room and my 2 year old had made huge scribbles on every single wall with her crayons.
I truly wanted to cry. I had to wash my walls

becky naka said...

Is it pounds that 'adult' did like that? In fact he is dead and buried. Lol.

Omeh (for quality and affordable computers and accessories 08153383386) said...

I went to visit my sister on the 1st of January 2015 and her 2 year old son went into the room and drank a bottle of spirit, we all thought he was going in to meet his dad. Only for him to come out and we smelt spirit.my sister rushed into room confirmed it and quickly called my brother who is a doctor and he said we should give him plenty milk. Funniest was that he started staggering like he was drunk as in really bumping into things. We laughed so hard that day,but it was scary o. Children need 100% attention biko

Xhlrted P said...

Stella Kork...hahahahaha you will not kill somebori. Please in case you don't know, Abutata is a butterfly. Haaaa. Allow them to fly in many colors biko. They are members of BVN na. Goodluck to the contestants.

Short comic to add to the fun.
On Wednesday evening, I got home with 5 loaves of hot bread, sister in law was making a soft lay in the middle of the room to lounge before packing her things for a trip. She needs to rest a little, so she layered some soft clothes on the low camp bed and pulled the blinds for fresh air. Few minutes into that, I went down with her to sort something in the kitchen for dinner, leaving behind the loaves I was hoarding so the kiddies don't munch all. They munch hot Bread like termites.

Fast forward to 10mins, we went back up and what did I see? LO and BEHOlD had scattered the 5 loaves, placed them a bit carefully beside the camp bed and were lying on top, cooing little words to each other.
Ehen? Shebi Aunty wanna rest, they too wan join in the chillaxing. I haven't laughed confusingly as I did that Wednesday in a long while. Laughing and trying to get a cane and remembering the no-spanking rule and all that. Chai. SIL fell into the main bed and laughed real hard. That night eeh. I go wear apron, mix flour and all, made some moulds and baked bread sharp sharp. No time.

If kids decide to be themselves you won't stop them o. The story of how LO grabbed a cup of palmy last month, gulped it halfway before we rescued cup from him and then he slept a whole day is a story for another day.

Merry Xmas people.

tecki said...

Where are you travelling to

bhaykins said...

When my then autistic god-son came visiting. This chap has got ASD and ADHD, you can imagine the shout and runnings I had to do. I was always keeping an eye on him. He was 5 year-old then but without speech.

I was trying to be a good godfather to this chap by training him on how to use the toilet. The boy feel in love with the flushing sound and and the toilet water closet became his new toy.

I was very glad that in a matter of few days, he began going to the toilet on his own without me escorting him. Whenever he's in there getting him out was always a problem. He unknowingly damaged the pipe that supplies water from the tap to the WC one day that water was gushing out of the tap, I had to go outside to off the water source pending when I get fixed. Getting him to use another toilet became a challenged, he got so used to the visitor's toilet.

Mind you, he was always wearing diapers to prevent him from messing himself. We were together in the living room one afternoon whilst the plumber carries out the repair work. I got carried away with what I was doing on my laptop not knowing that my god-son had removed his diaper by himself and was feeding on his faeces with his hands and face messed. That picture up there reminds me of the scenario. I was wondering where the stench was coming from, I had to go check on the plumber to see what he was doing. It was on my way back to the living room I got the shock of my life.

I wept like someone that was mourning that day.

I called the mom to explain things to her on the phone, I thought you was going to be mad with me for being careless, instead she was laughing at me so bad.

Ever since that incident, mothers with special need kids has always been my Woman Crush Everyday. I even had to join there group in Lagos self.

I almost became a Therapist because of my god-son.

Shout out to all mothers.

Anonymous said...

Am a new my now. Just 15 day old. Father I have a lot of testimony to give oooo. Baby even with aggressive pcos.

Anonymous said...

You mean say him dey chop him shit? Biko how?

Zinny Chocolate said...

Mine was my 3years old nephew. That boy is so active, we're really praying for him to eventually calm down as he grows. My brother uses that starch that looks like pap to starch his shirts. So one day after mixing it, he left it on the table to cool a bit. My sister inlaw wasn't around, it was just him and the boy. This my nephew was sleeping inside while the dad was washing outside. Unfortunately, he didn't hear that the son woke up and went inside the kitchen, Saw the starch and drank everything. God kept that little man alive till today. It was when the day went in to pick up the starch that he saw the son on the floor, crying. He immediately rushed him to the hospital. Thank God he survived. Because of that incident my brother graduated from that pap starch to spray starch.

becky naka said...

....but starch is edible.

bhaykins said...

@ anonymous15:08, yes.

gagaga said...

Hehehe๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜. People that God blessed with all rounda healthy kids don't know what God has done for them. May God bless and support all parent with kids with special-need.

Rhoda Rex said...

So, I prepared jollof rice one afternoon. After cooking, I dropped the pot on d floor and went outside. Immediately I came back, we ate. Then I went outside to wash few of my clothes, forgetting that the pot was still on d floor, and I left my boo inside. When I came back, boo has opened the pot and peed directly inside. Chai! What to do? I jejely carried the pot, bent it to see if I can turn out the pee, but nothing came out. Na so I chop the food like that o. Though nothing changed sha. The taste was still intact. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Paul Okah said...

I vote for you, Bhaykins...

Jane's Sparkles boutique said...

Not all form of starch is edible. This one has addictive that is harmful to the human body.

Sally jayd said...

Toddlers and scribbling on the wall lol. Weekly occurrence in my house.

Greatlady. said...

lol. safe journey.

Olivia Silk said...

Awwwwwwwww.
Your last paragraph.
You are a husband material.
The question is how many yards?

Sally jayd said...

Every parents nightmare. I hope your baby was fine afterwards. You have my vote.

Gladys Chinyere said...

This sounds funny o... It is well with him. U have my vote love

Gladys Chinyere said...

Hahahaha

Sally jayd said...

Speechless ๐Ÿ˜ถ. You have got my vote.

Anonymous said...

Did u want to say 'LO and BEHOLD'???

JOSTIFIED MOM said...

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚.

Zinny Chocolate said...

Starch for clothes? Starch that thickens shirts? Not at all.

Anonymous said...

This is it! you've got my vote...

gagaga said...

I am really laughing hard right now๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜...hehehehehe

sugar babe said...

You are such a nice guy

Tiana said...

You are really nice and husband material ooo. You have my vote

Rowland said...

Hey Becky ๐Ÿ˜˜..... When I first saw that picture I said to myself, if were the father of that child I wonder what I'd do in such scenario. Mehn I guess I'd summon courage to whip that day.

Rowland said...

๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ mehn Bhaykins you try. I can't imagine myself in such state. But then I love the humor in your story. If there's a price tag for this week you surely have me vote.

Rowland said...
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Rowland said...

Hahahaha. The staggering part got me. I'd there's a price tag, one vote from me to you Omeh.

Ammy Bee said...

I kept my undies bag on the bed before entering the bathroom. When i came out i could not find it on the bed. I searched the whole room but still could not find it.
i went searching in the sitting room, still no luck. Then i realised my two year old baby was no where to be found. I checked on my maid and she said the last time she saw her she was playing with a bag.
We both went searching and found her outside. One of my bra was on her head. She had thrown most of the other bras from the balcony onto the ground floor. Some landed on my neighbour's car. My foolish gateman was saying "madam na you get am, na your pickin throway them". I jejely went downstairs to pick my size 34G bras and pants.

Iphie dearie said...

Oh dear!! I wasn't going to vote today or anything.

You've got my vote.
Kisses to the little man. How is he now? Better?

Sally jayd said...

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚, Hilarious @your gate man. You have got my vote.

Iphie dearie said...

Vote๐Ÿ™Œ

Olivia Silk said...

๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

becky naka said...

Hi Row๐Ÿ˜

Lavender bloom said...

I remember when my second daughter was 2 years old. she was fascinated by phones and at the same time water.Any chance she gets with a mobile phone,you will hear "heyo" "heyo". she splashes water at any chance she gets. One day,i took a nap while she was sleeping,she woke before me.she got up,took my phone and dumped it into a bucket of water in the bathroom.i woke up and started looking for my phone to tell my hubby what to buy,but whosai!i no see phone.then my daughter started pointing towards the bathroom saying; "heyo" "heyo".My heart did fiam! lo and behold my phone of a few months was lying at the bottom of the bucket....and my daughter tagging along still saying "mummy heyo" "heyo". i brought it out and the culprit was extending her hands saying "div me heyo"

Bliss said...

๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Femilicious said...

As a mum of an autistic child you have my vote. Thanks soooo much for being a support to his family and giving them a break. God bless you.

๐Ÿ‘ธQueen Bee said...

Hehehehehehehe!... Omg!

HighlyFavoured said...

Oh my. You have my vote

Minnie Rexpect said...

It's not easy taking care of kids with special needs. You have my vote.

HighlyFavoured said...

Dis got me teary. You have my vote

Anonymous said...

Lol@LO and BEHOLD

Rowland said...

Hahahahaha Your gateman no gba dun.... Oops I almost forgot.....

I Vote Thee

Rowland said...

Hehehehe. Lavender Your daughter is Bae๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜.

Cassandra Carter said...

I can totally relate. You have my vote... Lol@"div me heyo"

SANDY YO said...

Wow!!!*pensive*

JOSTIFIED MOM said...

You have my vote.

Chameleon said...

one vote from me.

Spicy Dobis said...

You have my vote

soul child said...

I can so relate. I've got a nephew that is autistic. Carry go with my vote๐Ÿ˜‰

Anonymous said...

Just came back from night shift, I was so tired trying to get some sleep, when I woke up suddenly I found my 2 year old applying my MAC matte foundation that I was lucky to get on sales at MACYS for $38, she has finished d whole bottle! I’m still screaming

OFFICIAL PRESTIGE said...

I vote for you.

OFFICIAL PRESTIGE said...

You have my vote

OFFICIAL PRESTIGE said...

Lol. Voting

Prissy said...

While I was busy with my phone reading SDK posts and comments, I suddenly remembered I'd not heard the children's noise (ages 1 and 3) only for me to run to the kitchen to see them sharing/helping themselves with all the meat in the vegetable soup I had made earlier that day. I couldn't even shout, just started laughing and they joined me in laughing.

SDK BLOG VISITOR said...

You have my vote.

Feyifunmi said...

I could remember when my children were younger, between 4 and 6 years. I left them at home for about 2 hours, knowing my neighbour could check in on them--my house maid had just left. I told the older one to take a piece of meat for himself and his sister to take with their Ribena drink(you know the way we indulge our children when we feel guilty for leaving them alone) I made the mistake of using the sarcasm our own parents used to employ: I said, 'If you want eat all the fried meat I want to use to cook o because you think it is tasty and we will not be able to cook' You can all guess what I discovered when I came back.

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