My darling Saivhes turned one last May 27th. I know I’ve not updated this blog in the past four months. Apologies for that as I’ve been too tied up with work, family and just enjoying spending time with Saivhes. We had a beautiful birthday celebration in Port Dickson with his great grand parents and some very close friends and family. Zeenee practically organized the whole event herself including making all (…) Read more
Currently reading this book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua. From the opening of the book: This is a story about a mother, two daughters, and two dogs. It’s also about Mozart and Mendelssohn, the piano and the violin, and how we made it to Carnegie Hall. This was supposed to be a story of how Chinese parents are better at raising kids than Western ones. But instead, it’s about (…) Read more
Lovely photo by Malar Akka.
Zeenee got this book last week. How To Teach Your Baby To Swim. Part of the Glenn Doman collection. She’s been trying out many methods by Glenn Doman on Saivhes and it seems to be working really well. For swimming, to get Saivhes started by swimming on his own, one of the things he would need to do is learn to hold his breath for probably a second or two. (…) Read more
Saivhes turned 8 months a few days back. Some photos taken yesterday at Natures, Bangsar. Saivhes just loves pulling Shreeman’s hair. Really hilarious and cute!
Forgot to post this up earlier. This was taken a couple of weeks back when Saivhes went for his second swim. His first was in Port Dickson about a month back but I have not got the photos year from Zeenee’s cousin, Andre.
I was reading the papers today morning and saw a shocking news. Two infants, 3 months and 7 months old, died minutes apart at a daycare centre under mysterious circumstances. http://www.nst.com.my/local/general/parents-claim-deaths-suspicious-1.35175 Honestly, I’m truly thankful that Zeenee decided to take care of Saivhes as opposed to sending him to a daycare centre or having someone else look after him. She could have decided to continue working and it would mean (…) Read more