Badtyd vir baba.

Klein Willemientjie Witrenoster is by die watergat vir haar daaglikse bad en suipseltjie water. Sy storm opgewonde die dammetjie in dat die water so spat…

Mamma Wilma Witrenoster, neem haar kans waar en teug diep aan die heerlike koel water.

Willemientjie gaan lê sommer plat in die water en wie land op haar? Ronnie Renostervoël. Hy het al van vêr af ‘n paar sappige bosluise bespied…

Ronnie kruip diep in Willemientjie se oor in en haar ogies val sommer toe van pure lekkerkry. Ronnie pik en sluk die lekker vetgesuipte dierasies af, totdat sy krop tot barstens toe vol is. Niks kom by so ‘n lekker oorskoonmaak nie. ‘n Diepe slaap oorval Willemientjie en mamma Wilma se groot lyf hou vertroostend wag by haar telgie…

Terwyl Willemientjie ‘n uiltjie knip, bekyk mamma Wilma haarself in die water en dink dat sy darem nie te sleg lyk nie…

Gelukkig kan sy nie haarself van agter af sien nie…

55 Replies to “Badtyd vir baba.”

  1. Dis ‘n lekker storie die. jy het beslis goed gedoen deur die sykant en agterkant in die spieëling af te neem. Mamma Wilma sal beslis meer moet eet. Haar boudjies is nie meer so rond soos toe sy nog jonk was nie. Het jy fotos van waar Wille-Mientjie dalk in water speel of hardloop ook?

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      1. Ek het toe klaar al n storietjie in my kop oor Wille-Mientjie wat gallop en half spring van lekker kry. Dis okay. Ek hou van daardie spieëlbeeld. Kan jy dink of jy dalk nog oulike meerkat fotos het wat in storie gebruik kan word? Veral van die jongspan.

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        1. Awesome, ek gaan nou eers “gou” n kursus doen om n Album-book te maak. Dit lyk nogal of dit kan uitwerk om Fotos en woorde te gebruik. Kan jy dalk vir my net so n paar ekstra voorbeelde stuur van die aksies wat ek kan gebruik? Kort beskrywing nie nou al foto nodig nie. ( Raak nou werr heel opgewonde)

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    1. One of my chidren’s stories. I name them to fit the animal.. Wilma White rhino, Willemientjie White rhino. Ronnie Rhinobird (oxpecker in English)
      They had huge projects of the horn cutting, but poachers still kill the rhinos for that small piece of remaining horn. It was also found that the rhinos need their horns to defend themselves during fights. Thus the dehorning is very traumatic. It is still done in some cases, especially by private owners. Nowadays there are special teams monitoring and looking after the rhinos. It costs a fortune, but hopefully we can stop this utterly senceless slaughter!

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      1. They still kill the rhinos for a few inches of horn? So crazy. I heard that a complete horn in China can retail at a million dollars… So crazy.
        Willemientje? My great-grandmother was called Wilhelmine… 😉

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        1. It is also very cultural. She was born in British India in the 19th century. Just around the time of Kaiser Wilhelm II was born. Victorian England was very much pro-German. Victoria’s grandchildren reigned all across Europe. Hence, probably the name Wilhelmine.

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    1. In the Sabi Sands Reserve, they have a permanent base like an army camp. They patrol the fences 24 hours and are heavily armed. It is like a war out there. We were there once when the fence was breached and they sent us back to the lodge. Patrols were sent out and helicopters started to search from the sky. We weren’t told anything, because they try to keep these things secret, so as not to upset guests.
      All this trouble because bloody stupid people still think rhino horn can heal cancer and improve libido!!

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