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Xin Yi is 7 months now…

February 28th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Amazing ! When you see your baby grow up day by day. The warmness and sweetness is just undescribable.

Xin Yi has been a very nice and good girl so far (not much of trouble to me as a father, hahah!). She is always so joyful and cheerful. 

Through out this fatherhood thus far, I notice that baby is actually a very good mean of getting to know others (I mean strangers).

This is because I like to carry her to walk around the playground in-front of my house and taking stroll around the neighbourhood. I can tell you whenever I go, the people around me  suddenly become so friendly and “defenceless“. They start smiling at Xin Yi and waiving at her. When I step forward to greet them and talk to them, I can see that they feel very comfortable, though I am still a stranger to them.

I guess these are the basic natures of man – innocent, kind and friendliness.

We stop talking to stranger is because we afraid of being hurt. The protection ability is also part of our human nature.

Overall, I think we should just need to strike a balance between those mentioned nature and exercising our wisdom to apply them in the appropriate circumstances.

Anyway, it is time to showcase some of Xin Yi’s recent photos:


“Am I adorable?”


“You are just so funny”


“When can I stop posting?”


Yeh! I like the toys


“Am I more beautiful than the flowers?”


They are all my toys…” (no lah, I just borrow them from Kaima, heheh!)

Tags: My daughter-Xinyi

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 heidi // Feb 29, 2008 at 8:33 am

    so Xin Yi to be your weapon now…..

  • 2 Eddie Law // Feb 29, 2008 at 10:53 am

    No lah, is not weapon (weapon is to hurt someone) but is a “bridge”. A communication bridge, hahah!

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