Did You Do This?

Nothing much to write about today, except I found this photo of my nephew and niece jumping on my bed.

This was the day after our wedding. We arrived home from Sheraton Subang and they came over for the bed-jumping ceremony.

Ahh, looking at the photo reminds me of some good memories. It was the day before we left for our honeymoon. It feels like such a long time ago. The bedside table was so clean!

Bed jumping is one of the customs during Chinese weddings. A young boy is supposed to jump on the new couple’s bed on the wedding night so that they will conceive a son really soon.

As you can see from the photo, even my niece Amber got involved in the action.

But we didn’t follow the custom to the letter, because it was the next day. Plus, there were supposed to be some other stuff under the bed.

I guess it really works!

How many of you did this on your wedding night?

9 thoughts on “Did You Do This?”

  1. I obviously didn’t follow
    We didn’t want to have a kid so fast
    Only after 2 1/2 years, we start to plan

    Adino: I thought everyone had to do it…

  2. Nope! I wouldn’t want any kid to jump on my new King Koil bed before I start using it myself πŸ˜‰

    Adino: Did you get one of those fancy orthopedic King Koil mattresses ?

  3. Heh. I’m not married, so no kids have been jumping around on my bed yet! But I would like to carry out this tradition when I do get married. πŸ™‚

    Adino: Yeah, get two kids to jump like me and you’ll get your own kids in no time!

  4. no kids allowed!!
    no dirty feet on my bed..
    and no..i don wan baby boy!
    i only wan girls..
    πŸ˜›

    Adino: Their feet very clean wor…

  5. u shud have 5 jmping then ur wife need give birth only once..5 at one time πŸ™‚

    Adino: Cannot la.. then I will have to work 5 jobs to support them all!

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