Little Kobold loves taking a stroll and yippee...she recognised her house ^_^

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Hello everyone...
It's been a while since the last time I uploaded a video in my blog.
Today I'd love to show a video compilation of my baby taking the last stroll to our house.
I don't know when an infant normally start to recognise it's house but my 16 months old baby seems to be able to do it well.

I have tested it many times and actually from different direction as well but she always passed the test. :-D
There are still more video clips which shows her coming from another direction too, but if I compile it all here, it would be too long.
Yes...sometimes I just feels like a researcher hahaha. Being parents give us actually the privilege to observe many interesting and exciting development of a human being.
Being parents is indeed not an easy job (yeah... having children and being parents are two differen issues :-D ), however it's definitely something precious, simply invaluable...
You just can't compare it with another kind of happiness.
It's simply a different vibe.

I'm not trying to say that living without children is bad, not at all because I was enjoying our day only for two as well. I'm not the type of woman (like most typical Asians) who would suffer and feel incomplete without a child, but I must say that despite the hard work and responsibility, I never regret having a baby.
If one wants to express it romantically like one would describe in Asian novels, then I would say: "my partner is my moonlight, and my baby is my sunshine" hahaha.
I think, this feeling might only be able to be understood well by those who have their own children (naturally by choice and not "an accident").

Well... I'd say good bye for now and thanks in advance for the upvotes. :)

My video is at DLive

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Ih lucune syantike, sini ikut om icuz ngopi hehe

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Gak boleh Om, di warung kopi disono ngga ada yg boleh dimakan/diminum buat Jana dulu. Cuma untuk dikonsumsi orang dewasa itu hehehehe.

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Mimik cucu dong, hehe

Sehr clever und total süß! Die kleine Prinzessin scheint nicht nur auf dem Heimweg, sondern auch im übertragenen Sinn genau zu wissen, wo es entlang geht :D

You just can't compare it with another kind of happiness. It's simply a different vibe.

Genau so fühlt es sich auch für mich an. Die bewusste Entscheidung für ein Kind war die beste meines Lebens!

Was mir aber nicht gefällt, ist der gesellschaftliche Druck, der besonders auf Frauen lastet, die sich gegen Kinder entscheiden.

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Ja...die Zaune der Häuser in der Nachbarschaft bei uns sind fast alle gleich, also...ich war erstaunt wirklich, als ich zum ersten Mal sah, dass sie zum richtigen Tor ging 😁. Zunächst dachte ich es wäre nur Zufall, aber es ist doch nicht so.
Ich bin übrigens auch deiner Meinung. Mich nervt besonders die Meistens unter meiner Landsleute, die dann immer gleich wünschen, dass wir Kinder bekommen.
Sie fragen noch nicht mal, ob wir es wollen oder nicht.
Und wenn ich versuche zu erklären, finden sie mich komisch... Besonders störend wenn sie dann sagen, ein Kind ist besser damit unsere Ehe stärker wird.
Aha...als ob es keine Scheidung mit Kindern gäbe.
Ich mag auch nicht die Idee dass jemand nur bei mir bleibt, weil ich sein Kind habe.
Und letzendlich...Frauen sind auch keine Kinderfabrik.
Aber manche unter meiner Landsleute würden sagen, "Giving birth is the natural fate of a woman".
Das nervt besonders, wenn sie noch nicht mal deine Verwandte bzw enge Freunde sind.
Zum Gluck hat meine eigene Familie genug Respekt für meine Privatsache, obwohl ich weiß, dasss sie gerne ein Nachwuchs von uns sehen.
Ich bin ja die Einzige, die schon eine Familie hat 😁.
Na ja... Kindererziehung ist kein Spiel.
Ein Kind bedeutet auch Veranwortung.
Wenn man diese Verantwortung nicht übernehmen möchte, sollte man es auch lieber lassen.
Die Welt ist schon kaputt genug.

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Ich bin ja die Einzige, die schon eine Familie hat 😁.

Vielleicht ändert sich das aber irgendwann ... Jedenfalls freue ich mich, dich bald wieder zu sehen. :-)

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Dass besonders auch im asiatischen Kulturkreis der gesellschaftliche Druck, zu heiraten und Kinder zu bekommen, groß ist, habe ich am Rande bei einer taiwanesischen Freundin meines Sohnes mitbekommen.

Sie "muss" unbedingt noch mit 28 Jahren heiraten, denn mit 29 geht nicht, da die Zahl 9 (neun) im Alter anscheinend ein schlechtes Omen ist. Und mit 30 Jahren ist es ohnehin schon zu spät. Dazu kommt noch, dass ihre jüngere Schwester im gleichen Alter bereits drei Kinder hatte. Nach der Hochzeit wird daher natürlich sofort vom jungen Paar Nachwuchs erwartet.

Ich bin schon sehr neugierig auf die Hochzeit in Taipeh, zu der wir im Oktober eingeladen sind. Ich lese mich gerade ein bisschen in die Bräuche, die aus unserer Sicht viel mit Aberglauben zu tun haben, ein. So weiß ich schon mal, dass als Hochzeitsgeschenk ein Geldbetrag in einem roten Kuvert angebracht ist, wobei darauf zu achten ist, dass der Betrag nicht die Unglückszahl 4 (vier) enthält ...

Dass ein Kind eine Ehe besser macht oder sogar eine kaputte Beziehung retten kann, halte ich auch für einen großen Trugschluss. Im Idealfall sollte die Entscheidung für ein Kind verantwortungsbewusst und selbstbestimmt getroffen werden und nicht um irgendwelchen gesellschaftlichen Konventionen zu entsprechen.

Nachdem du die einzige aus deiner Familie mit einem Kind bist, werden sich die Großeltern, Onkel und Tanten wohl ganz besonders darauf freuen, die kleine Prinzessin bald in ihre Arme schließen zu können. :D

Congratulation for the success of your little princess! And congratulation for your good researcher!

It’s great to see her new progress that she can recognize her house at her only 16 months age. She’s really clever. And I can also see that she loves walking and can walk quite well. She looks very healthy.

I especially like her smile and her voice when she turned back to you and said “ya”…..really cute smile and sweet voice…..

Her yellow crochet dress is beautiful.... I like it! You did great job! Ah! You are my inspiration once again.

Very romantic words for your husband and your baby! And good comparison! I totally agree with you, “baby is the wonderful sunshine of parents” indeed…. Being parents is definitely something precious, simply invaluable... Great words!

Thanks a lot for sharing your video with us. I enjoyed watching her very much and this made me smile from the beginning till the end. ;)

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Thank youuuu 😊. I am truly flattered.
We just got home from another stroll today.
By the way... I would write you another E-Mail in these days. We have settled the trip so I will inform you soon about it 😊.

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It’s my great pleasure.

Ah! I received your E-mail with many thanks and already sent you my reply…. ;)

Sehr ein schlaues Mädchen habt ihr da ;) Ich finde es super, dass du uns immer wieder die Fortschritte der kleinen Koboldin zeigst, es ist wirklich interessant ihre Entwicklung zu verfolgen =) Und ich finde sie wird immer süsser! Freue mich bereits jetzt auf das nächste Video :D

Beste Grüße
Sarah

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@lebenaufachsen Dankeschön...
Tut mir Leid für die späte Antwort, Sarah. Ich war etwas erkältet 😉.
Sie scheint Kamera zu mögen. 😆

Hello little @kobold-djawa so cute.
She is keep walking around. I enjoy watch this video.

Cute little Girl, Sist..😊

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It's so nice to see Little Kobold🤗

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Thank you 😊

Awww,so cute kobold looks so pretty in this video. So, mesmerising! 😍💚💖💙❤

super cute :)

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Thanks! :)

Echt cool wie sich eure Kleine entwickelt 😍

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Die Zeit vergeht sehr schnell... Sie ist wie ein Rawit chili, klein aber stark bzw. kräftig 😆.

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Stimmt, an den Kleinen merkt man wie man selbst alt wird 😱

have as many children as possible, because when we are old, we have lots of shelter, many take care of us, and avoid loneliness.

it has become customary in Indonesia and generally Asia, really appreciates parents,
more than a Muslim. His life is not honored by God if the person does not do good to his parents.

so does the words of parents must be as good as their children.

congratulations to @kobold-djawa, for your works hard to educate child well.

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Children are responsibility, not life insurance. Having children is a choice of the parents, children never ask to be born, so I think it's rather too much to demand a pay back. It's not an investment.
My parent said to me, they are happy enough to see every child they have could live well and happy so that they can stop worrying over them.
I do think the same.
Are you sure that having many children are a guarantee of having a comfortable old life because they would take care of the parent?
Well...I am not so sure about that 🤔.
There are plenty examples showing the opposite stories.
Many children cause many expenses as well. What is thw point having many children if one can not even provide them good education and capital to build a bright future for them.
In thia case, one is already grateful enough if those children would not burden their parent till they have to go to the grave.
And most thing people tend to ignore:

Many children ==>> bigger and bigger population ==>> more garbage ==>> bigger demand of foods and housing ==>>
bigger and bigger energy needs.
And UNFORTUNATELY: "Our EARTH can not expand nor produce any children 😃".
So, how do you think we could solve that problem?
Should we move to Mars, occupy and destroy another planet?

There are three VERY important things here:
“Being parents is indeed not an easy job (yeah... having children and being parents are two differen issues :-D ), however it's definitely something precious, simply invaluable...“

  1. “having children and being parents are two differen issues” -> So true!!!! And many people fall in the first category, or only are parents when the children are still babies, still small and cute. But no, you should be a parent from the moment you conceive your first child until the last day of your life. Your responsibilities and tasks as a parent change, but that’s about it.
  2. ”Being parents is indeed not an easy job” -> Very important! Parenting is not an easy job indeed, it is not always joy and happiness. It involves quite some tasks, and it is a very big responsibility. But the fact that it is sometimes just a hard job, and that it sometimes simply SUCKS to be a parent, is a very important one. One that should be discussed more openly. Most parents will never say a single bad thing about being a parent, everything is all about milk and honey, sunshine and roses. However, a lot of people have times in which they are suffering in their parenthood, and due to never hearing anything else but these positive parenting stories, think they are the only ones who have a hard time parenting sometimes (or even often). They feel inadequate, they feel like they’ve failed big time, and they are ashamed to talk about it, ask advice, or even ask for help. And as a result, things only get MUCH worse. So listen up: parenting isn’t an easy job, and it sucks from time to time. And sometimes, it even sucks a lot. But it is worth it!
  3. ”It’s definitely something precious, simply invaluable” -> And this is indeed VERY MUCH TRUE! In the end, it’s all worth it!

And btw: you can easily replace the idea of “parenting” here by the idea of “being in a relationship” ;-)

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Hahaha...the last line is priceless 😅, absolutely true as well.
The difference is only that "you can always discard your partner and move on if things go wrong...but you can't do that with your children.
So it's really true that being parents is a lifetime penniless job.
Even after your kid has moved out, you might still suddenly being called in the middle of the night because of them 😅.

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The difference is only that "you can always discard your partner and move on if things go wrong...but you can't do that with your children.

The children rightly expect the full support of their parents as nobody has asked them before if they would agree to be born and start to live in this strange world. :-)

There are three VERY important things here:
“Being parents is indeed not an easy job (yeah... having children and being parents are two differen issues :-D ), however it's definitely something precious, simply invaluable...“

  1. “having children and being parents are two differen issues” -> So true!!!! And many people fall in the first category, or only are parents when the children are still babies, still small and cute. But no, you should be a parent from the moment you conceive your first child until the last day of your life. Your responsibilities and tasks as a parent change, but that’s about it.
  2. ”Being parents is indeed not an easy job” -> Very important! Parenting is not an easy job indeed, it is not always joy and happiness. It involves quite some tasks, and it is a very big responsibility. But the fact that it is sometimes just a hard job, and that it sometimes simply SUCKS to be a parent, is a very important one. One that should be discussed more openly. Most parents will never say a single bad thing about being a parent, everything is all about milk and honey, sunshine and roses. However, a lot of people have times in which they are suffering in their parenthood, and due to never hearing anything else but these positive parenting stories, think they are the only ones who have a hard time parenting sometimes (or even often). They feel inadequate, they feel like they’ve failed big time, and they are ashamed to talk about it, ask advice, or even ask for help. And as a result, things only get MUCH worse. So listen up: parenting isn’t an easy job, and it sucks from time to time. And sometimes, it even sucks a lot. But it is worth it!
  3. ”It’s definitely something precious, simply invaluable” -> And this is indeed VERY MUCH TRUE! In the end, it’s all worth it!

And btw: you can easily replace the idea of “parenting” here by the idea of “being in a relationship” ;-)