everyday with my son

Small stories of how it all went along

The one with a PIGGYBACK

It is that night when we both discovered piggyback.

We are at Boni High Street and for us to move faster from the other end to the other side I have to carry you. The only problem is you are now big and heavy for a kilometer long walk. I got to find an easier way– and that is to piggyback.

I hauled you to my shoulders and held your thick small arms firmly. It is a great moment. I guess every dad cherished that first time he can piggyback his child on his shoulders. It is indeed a glorious moment and no doubt it is somewhere up there among the nice little things in life.

I even asked mum to take photos of us. I think we got about 9 photos in 3 angles and 4 locations.

In the future, you will want to piggyback more than my spine can handle. Today, I am happy and certainly wont forget your first time on piggyback.

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