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Sunday, 8 March 2015

A Short Recap of End of 2014 Happenings.

So, as you all know, I've been slow at updating this blog so I'm gonna try my best in doing a recap of what's been happening...

I've graduated from pre-school last year and have just started my primary school in January. We had a graduation ceremony and another party in school on our last day before school holiday started.

Last day of school

Last school holiday was a holiday I looked forward to the most. I will tell you why...

First, I was excited since at the end of that holiday, I was going to start a new chapter - Primary One. I had ballet performances in the beginning of December in One Utama shopping mall for their Christmas events and on one of the days I had the performance, we bought my new school uniform right after I was done with the show. 




On the 5th to 7th of December, we had our PJ Family Day in Ulu Rening. It was our family's turn to organise it. We really enjoyed our time there. We played games planned by each family and we also played with water at the nearby stream. The theme colour was Orange. It was an exciting short weekend getaway for all of us!
















So that was our last holiday of 2014 before my most awaited and memorable trip after this holiday. I will tell you about that in my next post very soon. Watch this space! :)











Sunday, 1 March 2015

Idzhar's 3rd Birthday Bash

Wow! I've written this waaay earlier but I forgot to actually post it so here's one extra late posting about my little brother's birthday last October.

Idzhar turned 3 recently and we celebrated it at Tok Abah's house. After months of asking and receiving a different answer every time, he finally decided on a theme for his party - Olaf In The Summer!



Since Idzhar's birthday is at the end of the year and during the monsoon season, it's quite tricky to organise a summer themed party when it rains heavily every single day. Mommy was quite nervous organising his party this time remembering how Idzhar's party turned up to be like last year when it rained almost all day and left very little time for the kids to play at the bouncy castle outside. So this year, Tok Babah decided to have tents covering the whole outdoor area including where the bouncy castle was. We were not taking any chances in case the rain decided to pour non-stop this time.

Like all the parties before this, mine or Idzhar's, mommy started her planning much earlier from choosing the party packs,



the personalised stuff to be filled into the bags,






the balloons,






the bouncy castle,



and last but definitely not least, the Olaf cake!



Dadda handled the ordering-of-the-food part and he ordered good western food from his friend who's a chef. Tok Babah also contributed to a delicious roast lamb and colourful salad.

















I was so excited to celebrate Idzhar's birthday. Both Idzhar and I dressed up according to the theme on that day. Mommy told the rest to dress in either white and blue or yellow for the Olaf in The Summer effect.


Most of our relatives and friends came and some of my friends and Idzhar's friends came too. My friends even showed up in costumes! I invited a few of my friends and even gave them a map to show them how to get to Tok Abah's house. 






We even got to make our own pizza organised by dadda's friend, the chef!



And then it was time to cut cake!






I hope everyone had fun that day. There were so much fun and laughter. It was so good to get to catch up with friends and family. It was raining that morning when we woke up all the way till 2ish in the afternoon. Miraculously, almost exactly at 3pm when the party was scheduled to start, the rain stopped and the sun decided to show itself. It didn't rain for the rest of the day and the party was a blast!

At the end of the day we were all so tired. Birthday boy was tired and excited at the same time. I'm glad that he was happy and enjoyed himself. 

It was indeed an exhausting but fruitful and fun day! 





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