It gave Aiden a chance to meet her and he connected with her, even if not at first sight.
Thanks to Grandma we have some books to read to Aiden.
But his interest these days are far from books.
Grandma even gave him an old used phone to play with.
He didn’t mind at all that it wasn’t a smart phone.
Buf if he gets hurt that is a different story… (of course)
Thank goodness it wasn’t a big boo boo.
At least sometimes he can calm himself down.
If it’s not too painful.
You’d think his reliance on the blankie would go down since he is always with us.
But if anything, he’s become more dependent of it.
好鬼馬呀, this boy.
There he is walking in invisible heels again.
For some reason he would lift up his shirt.
To tell us if he’s full? hungry? Who knows?
He’s just so happy, I think because he knows he entertains us.
Where did he get this from? so F.O.B.!
Boy is he excited to feed himself!
We haven’t really tried letting him feed himself with a spoon in public.
So I guess we just have to plunge forward!
He did make a mess, but he also sat pretty well.
I’ve given up on the “proper” way to hold a spoon.
If he can pick up his food with a spoon, by his own method, that will do.
No need to make him feel he can’t do anything right.
Last time we were on the ferry, Aiden was asleep.
We went again since they had a free ride day on the ferry and the 電車.
This time Aiden can truly enjoy the ride.
So much to see!
Just gotta make sure he doesn’t go into the water. :X
Good thing he wasn’t super hyper.
He didn’t try to run around either.
So the ride wasn’t too bad.
Grandpa hadn’t join us on this trip.
This time because he went to play badminton.
But we’ll be meeting up with him later.
Our trip is almost over…..
We will miss the food and company.
We won’t miss the crowds, although Aiden might.
One thing I will be relieved when Aiden can eat the foods/proportions that Dr. Wong wants him to eat when we return home.
This whole trip was mostly carbs.
We anticipate him to take a while to adjust to the restraints in the States.
Probably missing all the love and company surrounding him in HK.
He’ll miss going out every day.
He will miss waking up in the same room as Mommie and Daddie.
It saddens me most to think of all the things that will make Aiden less happy.
Because that smile and laughter of his is just so precious.
Grandma bought Yakult for Aiden.
Something Daddie loved to drink when he was a toddler.
Aiden knows this is for him and he held tight on it.
But this pack is supposed to be low in sugar. The regular one cost $12 for 5 bottles, while this one $11 for 3
Auntie Isa’s turn to hold Aiden.
He sure does like the Lau sisters.
And he likes these flourescent bubbly seat lights too.
Last day in HK: Aiden should get to do another “adventurous” thing.
Standing on the subway (while holding onto the pole of course)
Gosh how these little things just make him so happy.
Aiden, how much will you have changed when we are back in HK?