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Triggers

It’s been almost two months since Didi entered school. After the first week, he was already sniffing away. In the second week, he was down for two days because of fever. And in the third week, he had diarrhea, pooping up to 8 times a day. Scary much? Then it was the CNY weekend. And… Continue reading Triggers

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CNY 2017

Chinese New Year came early this year. We were barely done with the festive-high from Christmas and New Year, and here comes another holiday! Really thankful Ks is around this CNY. Because I have someone to peel my prawns.. haha, just kidding. It’s much more fun and meaningful to ζ‹œεΉ΄ as a complete family. πŸ™‚… Continue reading CNY 2017

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AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort

Went on our second family church camp on 16-19 December 2016! This time it was a sort of romantic/ honeymoony resort at Selangor, Malaysia, about an hour’s flight away. We didn’t bring our helper along this time and I have just one word for the trip – Tiring. So it was one adult to one… Continue reading AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort

Shopping · Travel

Taipei in (less than) 3 days – Part II

DAY 2 (27 Oct 2016, Thursday) I was recommended to check outδΈŠεΌ•ζ°΄η”’ Addiction Aquatic Development (ADD)Β which is a modern fish market. We spent the most on food over here, everything looked fresh and yummy! It’s Sushi and sashimi heaven. Our spread!! I can’t remember how much this costs, but it was sooooo satisfying! We took… Continue reading Taipei in (less than) 3 days – Part II

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Taipei in (less than) 3 days – Part I

When a close friend asked me to go Taipei with her in a month’s time, I was like, “Yea man, let’s do it!” I agreed much too quickly. I forgot I’m a mother now. Of two. With a husband who’s not always around. And that I have another week-long trip just 2 weeks before that.… Continue reading Taipei in (less than) 3 days – Part I