Monkeying Baby C

Alycia who adores Baby C loves to monkey her around by putting caps, hats, toy sunglasses and other silly items on her baby sister. Here, she put a Minnie Mouse cap on baby and insisted that I snapped a picture of them together.

We spent more than 6 hours at SJMC today. First we brought Baby C to see our pediatric nephrologist, then we brought her for an ultrasound scan of her kidneys and then we consulted the pediatric surgeon. Total bill came up to over RM350. I shall update Baby C’s kidney reflux in my health blog, so stay tuned…

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Dream Vacation

The long holidays are here again. I’ve asked hubby repeatedly if he could bring us back to our hometown for a short break as we have not gone back for over a year. I miss my hometown and the heavenly hawkers’ food. My 2 older gals miss their granny and grandpa too. If hubby could plan his schedule properly, we would be able to go back for a short break next week, keeping my fingers crossed.

It would be really ideal if we could all go to the beach for a vacation this school holidays. My 2 older gals have never been to the beach and I think they will go crazy if we brought them to the beautiful San Diego beach for a beach vacation. Whilst hubby and I could go waterskiing and kayaking, the gals can build sand castles. I have seen the beautiful San Diego rentals by the beach and they are just awesome. These luxury vacation homes can be rented from San Diego Beach Real Estate and I particularly like the ones facing the ocean with a spectacular view of the beautiful beach. San Diego is the perfect destination for a family holiday. Activities are aplenty from sea sports to outdoor activities, sight seeing, shopping and San Diego restaurants that serve a wide selection of sumptuous cuisines are also conveniently located everywhere. I know all of us will surely have a swell time vacationing in San Diego. There I go again, daydreaming again of yet another vacation!

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Denver And The Majestic Rocky Mountains

Did you know that the Rocky Mountain Foothills just 15 miles outside of Denver was once listed among the Seven Wonders of the World? The breathtaking beauty of Ship Rock and Creation Rock, the largest of the monoliths, tower 300 feet above the Red Rocks Amphitheater. These massive brick-colored sandstone monoliths are taller than Niagara Falls. The Amphitheater has seen several world-renown acts, including the Grateful Dead, Dave Matthews Band, John Denver and The Beatles. The major attractions in Rocky Mountain Park are hiking, backpacking, fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, mountain climbing and sightseeing. Denver is a great place to visit. Excellent hotels and Denver Restaurants serving a wide selection of cuisines are located in Denver, making this place a popular tourist destination.

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