I didn’t realise its been so long since I updated this website, i will be actively on this blog and website. Do look out for more updates. :)
Here are some photos from an astro event that last occured 152 years ago.
A rare occurrence of supermoon, lunar eclipse and a blue moon all at once. This last occured 152 years ago in 1866.
Felt in awe to be able to witness something like this and thankful that the weather cleared up before the eclipse.
Over the weekend, Lele caught HFMD (hand foot mouth disease). We had to quarantine him and ourselves at home, in hope that the virus doesn’t spread to others.
This is the first thing we ever faced something like that and the first time I seen him so lethargic. He would refuse food due to the ulcers in his mouth, would want us to carry him to sleep and Eunice had to sleep sitting up because he would fuss when being laid down. It was a very trying and tiring time. The spots on his body made my heart ache.
After the weekend, Lele got better but Eunice caught the virus. Our friend says adults have it worse than children.
These are the moments I strive for. Quiet moments that go by with a blink of an eye. Important ones to remember by but fleeting at the same time.
Eunice has been having a hard time with Elias these days being the cheeky boy he is but despite of all these she still gives her all to make sure he is well taken care of.
Looking at my recent photos I tend to arrange them in term of colour and colours tend to stand out for me more.
Sharing the space with total strangers.
Watching shows, stretching legs, watching life watching clouds go by.
Life on flight can go by quite slowly.
These days we find it harder to breathe with the haze situation getting worse by the day. Sometimes looking out the window I wonder if we are living in a post apocalyptic era. Wonder when will we see clear skies again.
Took the photo above approximately one year ago. During this time last year we were worrying about the delivery date due to complications during the pregnancy. 1 year later, a healthy little toddler who loves our company is now a big part of the family.
He’s always so cute when he’s playing with stuff that he can find.
I was asked what was the hardest part of having Elias in your lives. I remember my answer straight off the hat was the lack of sleep. But after some thinking, I realised the hardest part is not the lack of sleep or rescheduling of our lives. The hardest part is leaving home every morning.