We are more than halfway through the school holidays and though it's exhausting there are still quite a number of places I'll like to bring her to (fingers crossed she doesn't fall sick).
Ducks, birds, fishes, playing in the same river as her papa did all those years ago.
As you can see the little pea has been having a whale of a time with Ah Gong and Ah Ma in Malaysia.
Let's hope that she will have the same fond memories.
My natura classica has died. In Ipoh. It is out of production and my heart is broken. It ate up 2 good rolls of my Agfa (thank goodness it wasn't the Portra) before miraculously reviving for a short while, so these are all I have from Ipoh. I'll have to bring it to the camera hospital and hope that they still have the parts to fix it. Meanwhile, I guess I still have my not-so-good old phone camera.
We were in Ipoh on a Wednesday, which was kind of unlucky because a lot of shops were closed, but on the flip side it was kind of peaceful. Nothing especially unforgettable about this trip (we did eat a lot) but it was a really nice way to spend some time with family.
At the Coastal Settlement and Changi Village last weekend.
First time using the Kodak Plus, and I remember why except for the Portra, I've never really liked Kodak, it always turns out too red for my liking (yikes).
The little pea is turning three soon, and no, this year there will be no trip to Japan. Looking back, we've never had great big theories on how to raise a kid, but one thing we knew was that we've never wanted her to be a shopping-mall kid, and I'm glad to say so far that that (at least) has been working out well.
Oh, and I hope maybe she will love trees.