Wednesday, 26 May 2010

All ready to go!

I think we are all ready for the trip tomorrow. While I'm asleep, Mummy and Daddy are awake packing. For having to wake up at 5am tomorrow, Mummy has prepared sandwiches for our breakfast. My packing is done, it's lots of things to bring for me, there are especially many baby biscuits. That's in case we can't find baby friendly food in time.


Helping Daddy to pack


We have to bring Eyore along!

Everyone's away, so how about Pillow? He's been 'deposited' at a pet's hotel, which is causing us lots of worries. It was Big jiu jiu and his girlfriend who brought Pillow there this afternoon, they feedback that the place was too horrible to look like a pet's hotel. Every dog seemed fierce, the place was overcrowded and that each dog looked sad being kept in their 'cell'. Pillow was so reluctant to keep walking when he reached there, he struggled to free himself from the leash and ran after Big Jiu Jiu when they were about to leave. The caretaker held him back. Mummy felt painful to know about it. He must have thought that we abandoned him. Silly boy.... bear with it, we'll be back to receive you. Let's be assured that he'll be well.
My moments with Pillow:
I insist on leading pillow...
Pillow needs to do his 'business' on the grass
While we're always on the weekend morning walks, Daddy will be in bed...
Dazing with Pillow...
That's how adorable Pillow is to me. Okie, praying for an easy, fun and safe trip for all of us! Will be back to update next week...

Monday, 24 May 2010

I'm a Rocker!

We were out for a dinner last Sunday evening, Granny invited us to join her church mates for dinner. There were some singing and clapping. Throughout the evening, I was entertaining myself or rather, I think I've entertained many people with my dance moves. I'm a rocker! I must have been very responsive when it comes to music and dance lessons in school.

I'm a genuine music lover. Every morning, when Daddy tunes in to class 95 at home or in the car, I'll rock my body to whatever song it is playing. When I go shopping, I'll rock to the music in the retail shops. I'll usually invite stares, but then what is embarrassment to a little 14 month-er? Haha. I'm a cutie when it comes to body and music. Everyone in the family loves watching my self choreographed moves!

Sunday, 23 May 2010

Shoeaholic

Shoes are addiction to Mummy and it is what her daughter follows after. Look at my shoe collection! Goodness, I can hardly wear them in time before I outgrow. Moreover, I've only eyes set on one particular pair. Every outing, I would only fetch that pair of shoes to Mummy.

7 pairs of shoes!!!

All in pink!

Our shoes are large occupants of the shoe rack. Daddy is always nagging at Mummy, asking her to throw some shoes. Everytime Mummy buys a pair of shoes, Daddy would remind, "One in, One out." Well, who's cares, ladies are defiant when it comes to shoes - One is never enough! Now we know why girls seem more more expensive to raise than boys. 

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Going on a trip

A bold decision has been made recently – We’re going on a holiday to Taiwan next Thursday! Tickets bought and hotel booked. We’re talking about bringing a 14 month-er onboard an approximately 5 hours flight. Frankly, Mummy’s a little worried about the foreseen crankiness, the lack of baby friendly places and inappropriate food for me. We’re not bringing a cooker for my porridge of course.

Grandparents, jiujius and their gfs are coming along too. Hopefully, they’ll be of much help with my entertainment. It’s a week away, but Mummy is already running my bring along items in her mind. She knows that my items are going to be the largest occupants in their luggage. Still, baggage space will not hold back her massive shopping plans.

Well, fingers crossed, hoping I won’t fuss too much throughout the trip. I hope I’ll respond well to the hours of plane ride. I guess it’s lots of entertainment Mummy has to prepare – toys and snacks. It would be good if I can bundle it with a nap too.

Dear God, please teach me to behave and let this be an easy, a safe and fruitful trip for all of us. Holidays are well deserved. I want to Dad and Mum to enjoy too!

Sunday, 16 May 2010

Zoo Zoo Zoo

Yesterday was a beautiful hot Saturday, and my mission of the day was to 'Save the Earth'. This is how I began, made a trip to the Zoo, see and know all the animals. The wild, the tame, the danger and the endangered. My trip was awesome! If only the weather could be more perfect, but at least it didn't rain. That was thankful enough.


"Save the Earth" t shirt - Gift from kuku


A ride on Ben and Jerry's cow...


A shot with the white tiger


With the Rhino

A part of the Zoo just for kids - Kidzworld. That is my world, a place where animals are tame and friendly. But next time if I go, I must remember my swim wear for a splashing time of fun.

This is "Splashing Fun"


I'm a bold kiddo, stretched my hand into the fence for the goat


Reaching out for the pony


If only i brought my swim suit. Looks like fun!!!


A kiddy ride please?


A short nap


Awake in time to watch the sea lion show


Kangaroo behind has a sexy pose


A boat ride to end the trip

We had the Zoo entrance free because Mummy balloted for her corporate zoo pass. It allowed free entry of up to 4 adults. The big money we spent on, were these photos that made us looked so much more gorgeous. It felt like a blackmail from the zoo, we bought all the pictures taken by the zoo's camera. In fact, we had already walked out the exit point, when Mummy recalled that we've not viewed the photos, so we went back to take a look... I repeat, just a look. That was a wrong move, Daddy agreed to buy all the photos! See...


The white tiger looked so real...


Kissed by the sea lion

The sea lion kissed me, and that part of my hair stinked the whole day, even after a shower. The sea lion feeds on fish, so that explained the fishy kiss.


Daddy's turn

So now you know why Daddy suggested to buy the photos? He looked cute when the sea lion gave him that fishy kiss!

Zoo is really fun, not just for kiddos, but anyone! I was so entertained that I didn't fuss about the overdue nap, meal and diaper. Now, Mummy's arms are aching bad from carrying me throughout the Zoo excursion. I was lazy, and didn't like to walk. Perhaps, I was afraid to be walking through, with the wildlife.

Dear Zoo, I'll be back!

Thursday, 13 May 2010

Trapped

Daddy trapped us in the car after groceries shopping yesterday. Help!

Trapped yet smiley
Ok, just some candid moments. We were all tired from the long day of work and school, yet daddy could take out his camera phone, flashed us for a good 5 minutes before hopping onto the driver's seat.

Monday, 10 May 2010

Food schedule

I'm into the second week, in my new class. I have adapted well so far. I now take one long nap instead of the usual 2 or 3 naps. I stand during shower, no more using the tub. And what freaks Mummy is the food schedule. This is a typical day of my intake at home and in school:


8:30am: 180ml milk (Home)
9:00am: Bread
11:00am: Porridge
12:00pm: 180ml milk
3:30pm: Mee sua/Noodles/Pasta
5:00pm: Bread & 180ml milk
7:00pm: Porridge (Home)
8:30pm: 180ml milk (Home)


I'm eating at almost every interval. Daddy says that I never stop eating, and I take on Mummy's strong point when it comes to food, eating non-stop! If only weight is something un-worrying, Mummy would have gone even further for food.

Mummy gets really amazed when she feeds me, she's in awe of how huge my tummy is. The portion of food she prepares for my meals always seem too much to fit into my tummy, yet amazingly, I could finish it. No wonder toddlers are usually seen with that huge little belly, making them look improportionately adorable. Haha. And what justifies a good meal is the massive amount of poo. That's a toddler's life - Eat, Sleep and Poo.

Chicken, carrot and broccoli porridge


A huge bowl of porridge for each meal...

Teachers are also updating my progress in writing to Mum and Dad. I had better behave, not sure what will be reported. Teacher said I'm so quiet during lessons, but isn't that suppose to be so? Maybe I need to try to participate actively in lessons.

My communication book...

Alrighty, another 4 months to go before progressing to another class.

Sunday, 9 May 2010

A night at Orchard Central

Orchard Central is new mall, but it seemingly isn't as popular as the other malls around that vicinity. We've been there once, and didn't quite the place. Many blamed on the interior architecture.

This evening, we were there to dine at the crystal jade uncle Evan and auntie PT recommended. Indeed, the place and food were great. After dinner, we walked around the upper levels of the mall, it wasn't too bad after all. There were many interesting food and restaurants yet to be discovered until today. OC is probably a place for food rather than for shop.

Long escalators outside OC...


Mummy's order... one whole chicken!


Daddy's order... with me munching on biscuits at the back


Mesmerised by the smoke coming out from this experimental looked alike glass...


A walk in the roof garden... what a darling in Daddy's arms


Argh... Daddy kissed me

Mummy loved this evening. She felt a special bond with me, not exactly sure how to describe it, but she felt happy! Perhaps I wasn't cranky and that I could behave in my high chair while Mummy finished her dinner. Behaving is the best gift to all parents.

2nd Mother's Day

It's Mummy's 2nd celebration as a mother. On this day, I'm down with a fever. It happened on Mummy's birthday and it happened again on Mothers' day. I think fever has become my pressie to Mummy for these occassion. But no, just this year, for these 2 occassions, and no more!


Well, this year, I've a little gift for Mummy...


My artwork!

Alright, it was the school's teachers who made it so beautiful. I only contributed my little palm prints, but Mummy praised me for a job well done! I'm quite an arty farty little one... haha.

Sunday, 2 May 2010

Big Wide Smile

Mummy has been teaching me to smile at the camera for nice pictures. She taught me the to do The 'Big Wide Smile', but I couldn't master that smilely face. Instead I thought the smile was associated to eyes blinking. This is what I've learnt:

I think I'm adorable with those expressive eyes... Haha.

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Bag Checklist

Packing my bag for an outing is like packing the whole house in. There are so many things to bring and remember on what goes into my bag. Mummy is always the packer of my bag, so when Mummy was in the office yesterday, she emailed Daddy a checklist of things to bring for our outing. She's not quite confident in Daddy when it comes to me.



There are so many things to pack! And out of these, Mummy missed out a few items, forgetfulness is hitting both Mum and Dad. A checklist is so perfect for the forgetful.