Both of aneen & ayyen were eating..every single time, i've to watch and advised them, "which hand aneen??"..and with that words she immediately change her hand, from left hand holding the spoon, she took it with her right hand..and continue eating..same story goes with ayyen..all the time, everytime we eat, either using hands or spoon, both will first used their left hands..bila tegur, tukar lar..after few fed, it'll started all over again..
Ayyen was praying..khusyuk..mulut terkumat-kamit..i do wish he say whatever he's saying or read loudly, so that i can laugh at it..hahahahahha..all i heard, "Allah-bakbat.." every time he sujud (his own way), duduk (his own way jugak), he'll pronounced that "Allah-bakbat.." until one day i seriously had a look on how actually he pray..at one moment he sat there and he lift his point finger up - LEFT point finger!! alahai sayang mummy..
Yes..both of my kids are left-handed..and both me and hubby as many other people, we are using our right hands in whatever we are doing..out of 5 siblings, my 2nd brother, Titah is left-handed..i used to call him cacat..it was awkward looking at him handling scissor, writings and everything..and also, out of 5 brothers on my husband's side, the 4th, Pie is also left-handed..and both of them were born in 1981!! hehe..so i made my own theory, orang yang lahir tahun 1981 nie, memang lain kot...
Since aneen and ayyen were babies, whenever they hold things, they'll use their left hands..if i changed it to their right hands, it won't last for long, immediately they'll change it to their left hands back..they seems very comfortable using their left hands in whatever they are doing..tried to change but i failed..so i just let them be..but when they are eating, i won't tolerate..if we are nearby or eating at the same place, you'll hear my voice asking them, "which hand??" and you'll see immediately they'll change their hands..and we keep reminding them til they finish eating..
Once when ayyen was admitted due to viral fever, he used his right hand in everything..he was on dripped (the drip was on his left hand and they even wrapped it with blue bandage)..so he can't really used his left hand..when we check-out (cam hotel lak), i asked the nurse if i could keep the bandage..hehe..they asked me why, i told them i want to teach my son using his right hand..what a theory..first day at home, he vomitted on the bandage..kena lar basuh and jemur..so he's back to his way..letih..
Orang kata, orang kidal nie cerdik..amin..insyaallah..tapi tue lar, takkan both my kids are kidal..ntah lar...