Our Little Twin Stars and a Blessed Star

Lilypie 2nd Birthday Ticker Lilypie 1st Birthday Ticker

Prince Jayden and Princess Shannen

Prince Jonaven

Sunday, January 28, 2007

Our Big Day

Today's our 1st-month celebration. As Daddy's & Mummy's guest list numbered more than 70, the party was held at Por Por's house as our cubby home would have been too small. It was a hectic day for both Daddy & Mummy, but nevertheless, a very happy one as the party was well-attended, but more importantly, it's a significant milestone in their lives, as well as ours.

Yeah! With so many pressies and ang pows, we've got it made!

Friday, January 12, 2007

Pig Trotters' Day

Today's our 12th day since leaving the safe comfort of Mummy's tummy. It's is also known as the Pig Trotters' Day as it's the tradition to celebrate this day with the titular dish. Grand-aunties Christine, Jenny, Ah Tai, Por Por & Gong Gong came to visit and to partake in this dish. Mummy is not wild pigs' trotters, but grand-aunties Christine, Jenny, Ah Tai and Gong Gong all enjoyed the dish.

Monday, January 8, 2007

Nudist Sun-bathing

Upon the advice of our PD, Dr Terence Tan, we were to be exposed to the morning sun for 10 mins each day for the next 1 week upon our discharge. This is to ensure that our bilirubin levels are kept low so that we will not be at risk to jaundice.

Sunday, January 7, 2007

Home Sweet Home

Mummy is very glad that Jayden Gor Gor is now back home with us and that our family is complete. Upon our arrival back home, Daddy & Mummy gave each of us a tour around our home, introducing to us the kitchen, hall, bedrooms, etc. to make sure that we assimilate into our surroundings. But not that it really mattered to us, for what we really did for most part of our days, is sleep, in the cosy comfort of our cot, kindly passed down by Auntie Cecilia and lovingly fitted by Daddy.

Friday, January 5, 2007

A Sad Day

Jayden & Shannen on Mummy's last day at the hospital

Shannen all dressed up and ready to be discharged with Mummy

Jayden undergoing phototherapy
What was meant to be a happy day for us was marred by news from Dr Terence Tan (paediatrician) that I had to stay back at the nursery for phototherapy as my jaundice level was still high (12). Mummy was very sad that she had to leave me behind and couldn't stop crying. The kind nurses at the nursery assured Mummy that I would be in good hands. It was with much reluctance and tears that Mummy finally tore herself away from my little writhing body, to leave for home with Shannen Mei Mei and Daddy. But not before whispering to me to be strong and that she would be coming back to take me home the next day.