One for the family

We went to Telok Tempoyak in Batu Maung the other day. Normally, if we go to remote places like these, I will bring several cameras with me. It is very nice to capture the family moments together.


The four sons and the horizon. Wei, I straighten the photo with PICASA already, so horizon senget somemore or not ah?


The husband and the four kids (one blocked by hubby). It was in the evening but there wasn’t any spectacular sunset because it was about to rain. I told the hubby that he seems to be wearing the same bermuda in every picture I took.


The eldest and the youngest. The youngest is very close to the eldest and loves to sit on his lap. He very cheeky with the #2 and hence, #2 very garang with him. Meanwhile, he is very buddy with the #3. When #3 is in school, he will be missing him and keep looking at the clock to see when his kor-kor will get home from school.


We found the hubby perching on the stilt.

“HOI, uncle! Nanti jatuh dalam laut lah! Apa lu buat, uncle?!!!”

16 thoughts on “One for the family

  1. Wuah!!! At least this time the sea water didnt spill out from my monitor.

    Hoi! Itu Apek buat apa???

  2. Your hubby last time join lion dance troupe is it? very good balance la..

    the first jetty pic is very nice… should frame at home. very peaceful.

  3. Hi there, go outing with the whole family is very interesting, right, especially if everyone seems to enjoy the trip. Hubby & me brought the 4 children to visit crocodile farm located about 30min drive from our place. They all enjoyed watching the young crocs feeding on dead chicken, which was given by way of hanging the chicken to the string & the crocs will jump (is that the right way to describe)to get it. There were many other animals & they all like to see the baby monkey most!

    i wonder what was your hubby doing, in the last picture.

  4. *slaps forehead*

    wei why your ATM do that? tak jatuh ka??? got makan ikan bakar there or not? fresh liao!!

  5. :mrgreen: That husband of mine a bit siao wan lah. My son’s thing jatuh into the laut. So, we thought it is over and done with. Manatau, when we weren’t paying attention, he found him perching there with a rake. The tide was high but the sea is not deep.

    Paul – Now that you said it, yahor, like lion dance like that. But he is very agile, he can climb coconut tree also.

  6. bengbeng – It is in Batu Maung, a different corner from Gertak Sanggul. Batu Maung is near the airport, sort of.

    agnes – Ya, he is great with kids.

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