Monday, August 15, 2011

Master Mind Again

Age: 5 years, 1 month, 1 week & 3 days old

I haven't played this game for a week or so. Last night mummy said "come, we play master mind." "Yeah!" I replied happily. 

Mummy made the code, and without mummy's help this time, I broke the code by myself with 4 attempts. Yippee!!!
Then my turn to make the code and mummy the code breaker. Mummy used up all her lines. It was the last attempt that she broke my code. LOL!!!
After that mummy wanted to try again see if I really understand the game. Unfortunately, I only got the first time correct without mummy's help (as seen above), needed little help for the rest. =P

Sunday, August 14, 2011


Age: 5 years, 1 month, 1 week & 2 days old

After seeing one of my classmate used chopstick during break time, I told mum I want to use chopsticks also. 

Mummy bought these for me in Feb. They are training chopsticks, with 2 round rubbers on them for me to hold them correctly . But I found its easier to use it without the training rubbers. However without the rubbers, I probably hold them wrongly.

Easy job! Kekekek... 

Saturday, August 13, 2011

I'm A Girl

 Age: 5 years, 1 month, 1 week & 1 day old

Mummy thought this photo is quite nice, because I seldom sit properly on the chair. Always sit VERY un-lady-like. At least this one is like a normal girl.

Friday, August 12, 2011

Birthday Present

Age: 5 years, 1 month & 1 week old

It was my classmate's birthday last week. I happily showed mummy the present I got. To her surprise, it wasn't a packet of junk food anymore. What was inside?
I couldn't wait to open it too.
Ta-da! Its a pencil case with ruler, eraser and pencil. =)

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Dream Come True + Butterfly Farm + World Breastfeeding Week 2011

Age: 5 years, 1 month & 6 days old

"Mummy, I think sitting in a bus must be very nice.", "Mummy, why don't we take bus?", "Mummy, I want to take the bus.", "Wah, this bus is so big ah, must be very nice."....... I've been nagging and hinting mummy for years about taking a bus. Finally my dream came true last Sunday. 

Mummy wanted to join in the flashmob at Gurney Plaza last Sunday for the World Breastfeeding Week 2011. But daddy needed to attend a full-day course (from 9am-6pm) on that day. So if we were to follow daddy's car (only has 1 car), me, YangYang and mummy must leave at 8am in the morning too, but the flashmob is at 2:30pm. =( Mummy was scratching head to join the flashmob or not to join. If she joined, what to do in Gurney Plaza from 9am-6pm except for the flashmob at 2:30pm, and its only for 5 mins. And she has to carry YangYang and me tagging along. Long story short, mummy decided to go and granted my long-wished dream - a bus ride (actually to kill her time :p). We went to Penang Butterfly Farm by BUS! Another reason why mummy chose the Butterfly Farm was because I wanted to see beetle (big one).

It was about 9am and sunny day. We waited at the bus stop near Gurney Plaza.
Happily shooting photos.
It was too hot at the bus stop, so we waited under a tree next to the bus stop, but we have to stand. And what a  day, we waited for an hour only found out that no bus would come to this bus stop, and this bus stop has been rejected. WHAT?!?!?! AIYO!!!!! FOR ONE WHOLE HOUR WE WAITED THERE!!! SIGH! Then we had to walk to a bus stop further down the road. Poor mummy, she was babywearing Yang Yang, carrying a bag and also holding my hand. About 5 minutes walk, we reached another bus stop. Waited for another 5-10 minutes. It was so hot. In order not to regret, mummy kept saying 'Butterfly Farm' 'Butterfly Farm'... This is what people say 'keep your eye on the prize.' =)
Luckily the bus came after 5-10mins. This is my FIRST TIME taking a bus. I was so happy. An old lady (not so old la actually) was so kind to offer us her seat, as she said she was about to get down. It was an educational trip for me too. In the bus, I've learnt the STOP bell - we have to press the STOP bell (they are everywhere) when we reach our destination and want to get down. Otherwise the bus driver wouldn't know. I also learnt "Danger, don't stand near the door". 
Yeh! We reached finally!
I tried to reach my hand out, but no butterfly land on my hand. Not as lucky as my first time here (a butterfly landed on my forehead). 
Big fish!
I couldn't see the tortoises so...
Magic lily pond!
Finally I saw beetles, mission accomplished, not live one tho. Actually I saw live one before during my first visit. 
This is really a BIG beetle. 
Her name is Orni! Kinda cute. After butterfly farm, we took another bus back to Gurney Plaza for the flashmob.
This is our first flashmob. Can you see me and mummy and YangYang? Hint: at the side. =)
After the flashmob, I was half dead. So we went to the nursing room. Luckily the couch  is long enough for me to sleep. Mummy breastfed YangYang there while I was sleeping. 
I was really tired. 
One hour later, I've recharged and hungry. Snack time. We had Tau-fu-fa.
Me at Gurney Drive. It was 6pm+.
Low tide?
Thank God daddy finished his course and joined us at 6pm+. We had dinner at Gurney Drive and reached home at 8pm+. What a tiring and fruitful day!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Master Mind

Age: 5 years, 1 month & 5 days old

Daddy bought a mini Master Mind game from MMPS (Mother-to-Mother Peer Support, a breastfeeding support group in Penang that mummy involves in) jumbo sales few months back. This game has been lying in my toy box for months until last 2 weeks.

It is really mini size. I like to play this game very much. In the beginning, I preferred to be the code-maker, didn't want to be the code-breaker. Mummy said I'm a lazy person, don't like difficult/challenging stuff, but the easy one. So she didn't want to play with me anymore until I surrendered and take turn to be the code-maker and code-breaker.

Mummy was breaking my code.

Yeah! The winner got the prize. Whoever won the game, I'll give them the silver medal I won from my Jin Ren kindergarten sport's day.

I also give them these, they were made by my teacher in Master Kids kindy  2 years ago.

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