The Last Time

Whenever I see TaeRi, I cannot disregard her unusual birth. Holding her tiny hands in mine is an incredible almost sacred experience. No, she will not be idolised but she will be loved! 😀 As I was composing my congratulatory note to accompany the flowers which I’ve ordered from Floral Garage Singapore for Ryan, Valerie … Continue reading

Nothing Beats How My Korean Drama Princess Enters The World!

There’s nothing more dramatic if not traumatic on the arrival of our little princess TaeRi about the way she enters the world! Valerie said that the pavement onto which she had given birth was like a homicide scene! In retrospect, it could actually be quite daunting if one were to stumble on it when the … Continue reading

Surprise! I’m TaeRi 태리 :)

But… But… There was no appointment. Can you believe it? The stork delivered without making prior arrangement! This has never happened to anyone in my family (extended inclusive) even though Vanessa, my younger daughter, was nearly born before arrival nearly 3 decades ago. In Australia, around four to five in 1,000 births are recorded as … Continue reading

You Will Always Be My Love!

Actions speak louder than words. Ryan’s determined love and patience finally won the heart of my precious Valerie. Here’s 2 videos to share the courtship and marriage of Ryan and Valerie. The first video tells the story of how Ryan first noticed Valerie and immediately fell in love with her. Time and distance did not … Continue reading

I’m Getting Married In The Morning!

I’m getting married in the morning! Oh well, not me but Ryan and Valerie got hitched officially on 9th October 2014 and by that, I mean they’re legally bound by Singapore’s marital laws 😉 Before they register their marriage, Ryan had to seek Valerie’s parents’ blessings and asked for her hand. Below are some traditional … Continue reading

The Bonding Tool @ The Shilla Seoul 서울신라호텔

Our trip to Korea in May was for the purpose of taking pre-wedding photos of Ryan and Valerie but that didn’t stop us from exploring Seoul with whatever time we had on hand. In fact, we lived the days as if Armageddon was around the corner. The few days passed very quickly. It was, in … Continue reading