Archive for July, 2009

Crab Cracking Fun

Posted: July 31, 2009 in Family Time

The Family drove for >45 minutes during rush hour to have crab in Kepong!

The Kids weren’t so much interested in eating crabs, as using hammers and pliers to crack the shells to get at the meat!

Even after finishing, the ‘da-pao-ed’ the top shell back home as souvenir!

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Anggugu.com is organizing an event in conjunction with World Breastfeeding Week 2009.

Venue: Jupiter hall, Global Business Park
Time: 10am – 5pm

It’s anggugu.com’s 2nd anniversary too!!

Friends and family please come and have fun!!

* more information on 20th July issue of Feminine or click on anggugu.com to read more.

Big Day

Posted: July 29, 2009 in Family Time

Aba and Ama’s birthday’s are both in July (so is the wedding anniversary).

This year, we decided to celebrate the birthdays on Aba’s birthday with the Family. (celebration with friends on the other days).

Ama hurt her side in a little accident a few days ago and was feeling tender; so she did not make a birthday cake.

Instead Ama spent 2 hours looking for one!

Sarn’s Drawing

Posted: July 27, 2009 in The Kids

Sarn’s first proper drawing!

With body, eyes, nose etc…

He’s getting better.

Double Birthday Bash

Posted: July 25, 2009 in Family & Friends

There was a small gathering of friends for double birthday celebration at the Wong Residence earlier this evening.

It was to be a simple BBQ, starting at 6pm.

Some came as early as 4:30, some as late as 9pm.

There was chicken wings, sausages, sweet corns, burgers and fruits (which Ama forgot to serve!).

And this is the weirdest birthday present that Ama ever received…

Long Awaited Letter

Posted: July 22, 2009 in Family Time

Received the Letter of Acceptance from the school that Ama wanted for May.

Now Jern, Sarn and May will be schooling at the ‘same’ place next year!

Went for final registration this morning.

Why is my name everywhere?

Posted: July 20, 2009 in The Kids

These days, Sarn likes to comment, ‘Why is my name everywhere?’ in an exasperated tone.

He says that when he sees the letter ‘S’, as if he owns it as his name!