小雨 wore the cheongsam of orange and purple flowers I bought for her from The Good Old Days half a year ago, for Chinese New Year. It's a cross style between Japanese (with flower prints you would see on a kimono) and Chinese (with the classic cut of a cheongsam).
Russian president Putin demanded access by international experts to the crash site of Malaysian airliner MH17.
Learnt from Babycenter that toddlers are fearful of being in water as they couldn't see clear boundaries. Alright, I'll bring a wash basin with 小雨 to the pool this weekend. :)
It's the 2nd time I checked out the BreadTalk outlet near our new place but I didn't see my favourite Moshi Mushroom sitting on any tray. I hope it's either still baking in the oven or simply, sold out, as everyone's favourite bun.
小雨 sang the whole song of this today!
Bought a box of 3 Twelve cupcakes, one of which was of course the green tea honey flavour I've been waiting for!
New words from 小雨 today: "Coming!" In her sleepsuit, she opened the bedroom door and said papa's coming to join us for bedtime. "Handphone" as she held up my iPhone to me.
"小老鼠，上灯台，偷吃油.... " 小雨's voice rang in my mind. Tonight's yoghurt art has got to be...
... that a passion and strong belief in yourself transcends all limits and boundaries.
Here's re-producing the inspirational line from the food critic Anton Ego in the film:
Not everyone can be a great artist; but a great artist *can* come from *anywhere*.
To remember this day that 小雨 first sang the song [小老鼠上灯台] to mama. And to tell my little girl (the inspiration from Ratatouille):
Go for your passion! Even when you doubt your own capabilities, papa Kirin and mama Yang believe in you.