Bukit Tinggi (Part 2)

21 November 2006, Tuesday


Good Morning

Day 2 was a little more difficult as Aiden started to act up after his 9am feed. He actually woke up at 530am (as usual) for his middle of the night feed but refused to go back to sleep. So we let him play by himself (cause I was so sleepy) until bath time at 830 before his first day feed.

Here he is in action (we did not bring his bath tub so we had to use the sink !!):





Breakfast

We were having breakfast when Aiden decided to show his true colours – screaming and screaming at the Coffee House when I tried to put him to sleep, which took me a good 20 minutes ~ aiyoyo, so embarrassing. He finally went to sleep and I finally got to eat around 1020am …

All of us dutifully trooped back to the room so that he could nap for awhile before we attempted the Japanese Garden


Japanese Garden - 2nd attempt

We finally got to the gardens around 11am...okay no garden pictures but one of the koi pond




Rabbit Farm

Quite a disappointment here as it was drizzling when we got there and all the rabbits were burrowed in their hidey holes (made of hay). There was only 1 measly rabbit out, of which I quickly took a picture with when the rain stopped.





In Summary:
Holidays will never ever be the same as to when it was just me and Lou Kong. Now with a baby in tow, our schedule revolves around his sleeping and eating time. Don't expect to get much out of holidays (sight seeing and all the adventurous stuff) at this stage. But we certainly had an unexplainable kind of fulfilment and joy just by spending time with our bundle of joy.

10 comments:

ShannonChong said...

haha, same goes for my trip to ipoh.... more of a stressful time than relaxing one... but as you mentioned, it's unexplainable joy... if you ask me again, will i bring rachel for trips, i won't have to think but say yes... :D

chanelwong said...

with all the packing but it is still fun going with baby seeing him happy...

Sasha said...

with kids..holiday will never be the same. *sighhh* but its sure nice to see them smile and enjoyed themselves...And i bath Jayden in the sink like you also..hehe

Pinky said...

hey wanna meet up for drinks ie coffee one of these weekends?

milkmaid said...

Shannon/Chanel: Totally agree leh

Sasha: Kakaka, but damn slippery lor. I hold him and ask my hubby to bath him

Pinky: You name the place and date !! Yeah - nowadays drinks is coffee or tea, no longer meet at a bar or whatnot....sigh

Nadia said...

milkmaid: Hi, Aiden is sooo comel! Haha! Yeah, when we travel, I bathe Irfan in the sink too, but now hubs will stand him and hold him, while I "shower" him. We've been doing this the past 2 weeks, and he kinda likes it, so I hope it's oklah. =)

huisia said...

My hubby always baths Jo in the sink, i hate this as i feel sink will have lotsa germs inside.

Pinky said...

how about next Saturday afternoon, 2 December 2006? Hubby suggest The Curve. He will give your hubby a call :)

Zara's Mama said...

Wait till he's older.. then there's the toys, the books, the ....

aisay..

holidays will never be the same huh?

jazzmint said...

eh his photo in the sink looks so cheeky haha...yah with kids all the packing all that oredi make us so exhausted..that's why hubby refuse to bring them far other than within malaysia