Sunday, May 8, 2011

She never stopped asking until she has it.

My little girl has been asking for bicycle since the past two weeks. Every morning, when she opened her eye, the first thing that she said was, “When are you buying my bicycle?” and I replied, “Next Saturday.”

I didn’t know that she tracked the day, and today she reminded us again, about her bicycle. Since it is long overdue, we took her to KSH Bicycle Shop. She was very excited about it because finally she will have her bicycle. We went to KSH Shop in Taman Tun, but it didn’t have bicycle for kids. The guy in-charge told us to go to Bandar Utama branch.

When we left the shop, she asked, “Where is my bicycle? Are we buying or not?” 
I replied, “Yes but it will be at other shop.”

When we reached the shop at Centre Point in Bandar Utama, she was happy because she can see kids bicycles hanging on the wall. We took the green color and asked her to test. She just sat on the bicycle and didn’t try to cycle it. My hubby wanted to get the white color, but she said, “I want the red color.” 
“Red? Are you sure?” asked her dad.
“Yes and I want the bell too,” she reminded her dad.

We also bought another one for Zaki. These two kids were unfortunate because they never get the chance to learn how to ride bicycle earlier. My hubby locked all the bicycles after Syafiq was knocked down by a car on a way back from his football practice. But since her blue eye girl kept pestering him about bicycles, he gave in. 

The moment we reached home, Zaki who just came back from school, rushed out to see his bicycle. Heh! These two can’t wait, and they pushed their bicycles to the playground in front of the house.

Since they never learn to ride bicycle before, it was fun to watch them. I just watched from my balcony. Zara’s bicycle has the training wheel so she has no problem, but not for Zaki. As a beginner and no training wheel, he fell few times, but he never gave up.

When he came back, he said, “I fell down few times and my friends laughed at me, but I’m going to show them that I can do it.”

Yup, that’s my boy!

By the way, this song is stuck in my head since last night. It is “Bila Resah” By Anuar Zain. I have to thanks Chee Leong for singing this song at the CFO’s Farewell Dinner last night. Enjoy it. Salam.


  1. Once again, I love reading about your family and your beautiful moments together!
    When is the next birthday? ;p

  2. Thanks Jodene.

    Her next birthday is in Jan.

  3. Salam,
    Nice to meet you and read your blog. My son wasn't that confident when we took his training wheel off his bike. My neighbor held onto the back of his bike for some time until he finally let go and Danyal was riding by himself. Good Luck and stay safe.

  4. Salam, nice to meet you to. Insya allah he will get it with the helps of his brothers.