Ching Ching is a flight attendant from Hong Kong while her husband is an engineer from Australia. Ever since they fell in love with each other, they have been working hard to make communication across different time zones between Hong Kong and Australia. It’s interesting to notice two clocks at their house.
Although they are now both in Hong Kong, they keep the two clocks as memories that they’ve worked it through the geographical difference. Phew! You two made it!
Ching Ching and husband have been working hard to read through the books from taking care of the diets to educating
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Follow us along on:
“La vie est une fleur dont l’amour est le miel,”
(Life is like a flower of which love is like honey.)
Growing love from Paris
With baby girl Fleur (meaning of Flower in French), we can feel the lingering love all over in this family under the magic of “honey” in Victor Hugo’s word.
Rooted the seed of love from Baby’s name
Although baby Fleur is from an Australian family, baby Fleur got a French name as her parents Gabby and Tony got engaged in France back then! They named their baby as a way to celebrate and remember their engagement in France. It’s like a living fairy tale!
Let’s get drowned in love of this love story…
Shared parenting activity: Read with kids
We have so much fun in reading and playing with Fleur! Gabby shared with us that she loves reading, so she’s delightful to read over the stories over and over!
Precious Family Time at Beach
We enjoyed a lovely morning in Repulse Bay for the shoot, at G&T’s
I wish someone has taken pictures for me when I was a kid with my parents! So I know how much they love me ever since and then I would treasure the moment a lot.
Hope you enjoy as much as we do for the photo shoot with this sweet family!
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“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”
― Charles W. Eliot
Reading becomes a bigger part of life when we grow. Be our accompany to experience the world together. We selected our favourite books to showcase this time with you by artist and illustrator Oliver Jeffers.
Diving in the world of book is so much joy! Do you read with your baby? It means a lot when you engage with her/ him and explore the new world together.
That is to experience ups and downs, learning new things together, as a magical experience.
With the emergence of smartphones and tablets, we are using smart devices for reading more often and we are moving away from paper.
Will screens replace paper in the future?
We explored the issue with Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups, check out on photo article below written and captured by us on “Future Reading: Paper or Pixel”.
Are paper books really disappearing? BBC 24 January 2016
Your paper brain and your Kindle Brain aren’t the same thing PRI 18 September 2014
How green is my iPad? New York Times 4 April 2010
Welcoming the birth of a baby can be done by celebrating with families and relatives for a feast! We work with Hong Kong top party planner Sweet Soirees HK to put together the party on a forest-inspired theme inspired by the meaning of the baby’s name – Silas.
Baby boy’s name is Silas – meaning god of trees and forest. We decided on the theme “Forest” and it got worked out nicely.
“We absolutely loved putting this party together. With two gorgeous bespoke cakes, face painting, play area and bubble show – it was a hit! Not to mention eco-friendly gifts.”
Photography | Little Stories – the Moment by Amy
Party Planner | Sweet Soirees HK
Venue | Mayfair by the Sea
It is a subtle kind of love, of dad, but it is true.
Yes, I always thank my mum, but I actually do not miss the part for my dad.
Not only to thank mum, but also to thank you dad, my dad and dads in this beautiful world.
Enjoy the amazing time with your loved family 🙂