January 2008

One is Enough

January 21, 2008 Manila

Nina likes salak (Indonesian’s snake fruit). Something she got from me I think as I like salak very much. I peeled for her just now and gave her one first while I continued to peel the rest. Then I gave her another one and she said: “No, one is enough”

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Come to My Room

January 16, 2008 Manila

I was updating her blog just now (the previous entry about the banana) and she came out of her room (our room ) and asked me this question: “do you want to come to my room?”, while pulling my hand. I told her, “OK, but wait first yah. Daddy needs to finish this one first, […]

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Midnight Banana

January 16, 2008 Manila

It’s 11.25pm now and Nina is still very active. She asked for a banana just now. She was probably hungry. So, her mommy gave her one. 15 minutes later, she came to me and asked me to finish the remaining half of the banana. “Daddy … finish my banana!” And then when I finished it, […]

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Missing Her Mamu

January 16, 2008 Manila

Her Mamu (grandma) just left Manila for Jakarta tonight. Nina seems to be missing her now. She said to her Mamu yesterday in Indonesian, “Besok Nina bangun, Mamu udah di Surabaya yah?” She was referring to the fact that in the past couple of times, her Mamu always left Manila early morning to catch the […]

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The Tent is too Small

January 14, 2008 Manila

Nina had a cinderella tent for her birthday. She got it from one of my friends last week. I assembled the tent for her last night and she started playing with it by going inside. I played with her while she was inside the tent just now. When she got out, I tried to get […]

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Nina is 3 !

January 10, 2008 Manila

How time flies. Nina is 3 today and two of her birthdays have been celebrated in Manila. Earlier this morning, she celebrated her birthday at her school at the Little Gym, the Fort. Her mommy ordered that cute green birthday cake with a big number 3 on top of it. Green has been Nina’s favorite […]

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