Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Loose Tooth

Sarah is going through an exciting phase of her childhood now - she dropped her first baby teeth (upper central incisor) last month, and second one (lower central incisor) few days ago.

Furthermore, she got a third one which is wobbling!

It was by chance I checked on Sarah’s teeth and we were shock that it started to feel shaky; weeks later, it dropped out naturally while she was having her meal. The second one came out few days ago when she was about to take bath.

The tooth is now nicely kept in a small container, and we’ve told her about the tales of Tooth Fairy too. It meant so much to Sarah, it was quite a milestone…she is growing to be a big girl.

By the way, we can see that her permanent upper central incisor seems erupting soon…
(231113 & 141213)

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Taman Tasik Titiwangsa

Part 1
For every KLite and Selangorean, Tasik Titiwangsa (or Lake Garden) needs no introducing.

During my childhood time, it was quite a popular recreation spot; I still remember the activity I loved the most was boat-paddling.

As we wish to let Sarah relive the fun, during last Hari Raya we decided to bring her there. Traffic was a breeze as we took just 30 minutes to reach the place.

It is such a huge park, with the famous lake. To our disappointment, the boat-paddling was not available due to public holiday (silly timing, huh?)

But it does have a big play set around, so we let Sarah spent some time there; and we promised her to return to the place, some day…


Part 2

We do keep our words and planning to revisit Tasik Titiwangsa last Sunday; this time, we invited my sister’s family and our parents.

But our boat-paddling plan hit another snag.

Even before reaching there, my sister called to say that the place was filled to the brim with cars and runners…alas, it was KL Marathon day!

We got no choice but to detour back to our house…it became a family gathering day. Luckily Sarah and her cousins were not disappointing at all as there can still hang around at our neighborhood park.