Visiting Uncle Greg’s and Aunty Jen’s car workshop is like going to a toy store.
These are the moments that money can’t buy.
Childhood is seeing possibilities where adulthood does not; like a crocodile hiding in the swamp instead of a tree root.
Being tickles silly.
Q and his new water play trough.
Evan in our little bouncy house.
Happy is the mother whose son enjoys a good piece of chocolate cake.
Wah Lau eh. I went to sleep and woke up amongst the clouds?! What happened!
Engrossed with his marble set.
I’m not talking to you till you return me my teether.
Walking on a random wall.
My little happy baby is now made to wear shoes.
Our newbie crawler can finally join the bigger kids at the Gymboree birthday party the boys were invited to.
Q got majorly upset when I told him we were headed out for a bit without Evan. He said his brother would be very sad to stay at home. I had to turn back to take Evan with me.
Guess which lucky fella got to share in Kor kor’s red velvet cupcake today?
My go deliver stuff to clients and my fellow delivery boy scores presents!
Woah! The doggy was this big!
My little fella in a jockey cap.
Pirates say Argggh!