Thursday, September 8, 2011

The birthday of a great photographer... my dad

Today is the birthday of my beloved dad. Just skyped and wished him a happy birthday an hour ago.

Looking through my old albums, I couldn't thank dad enough for taking so many photos of me when I was young.







Mom's sister married dad's brother and in total there're 7 kids in the family... we're closed knitted and grew up in a shop house. I was mom and dad's first born, but there're 3 cousins who're older than me. So, I'm no. 4 in the family.

Mom said I was a happy baby. How could I not be happy when I have such a happy childhood?


"bao bao" 抱抱...

A cool baby...

I love this photo... as if I can hear the laughter of 2 happy girls (me & my cousin).
"Ha ha ha... don't be joking...you mean I'm gonna own a public listed company one day?! ha ha ha... you must be joking..."

Another addition to our family when my younger cousin was born. Who'd expect that cry baby would one day have a very good career (and a love for LV bags)?

A photo taken in the shop (dad & uncle owned 2 shops together...selling textile & cloth).
So, we're the "Material Girl"!

That's not a doll! That's my adorable brother!

My 2 brothers

Daddy's girl.


I'm truly blessed to have such a wonderful (& handsome) dad.

Happy Birthday, Dad.
Thanks for those sweet childhood memories.
I love you.

4 comments:

Joyful.Mum said...

The second last photo somehow resembles how you look when you grow up - a very pretty and happy Yuin Ting! It was truly blessed to have wonderful parents!

薰衣草夫人 said...

珍贵的成长记录.也祝安哥身体健康!

goodaspirin said...

Every family has this.
Thank you for sharing the importance of being close to one's family.

YuinTing said...

Hi Joyful.Mum, thanks for your compliment. Smile is girl's best cosmetic, ha ha.
I can see you come from a close knitted family too. We're lucky to have wonderful parents.

夫人,謝謝您的祝福。我父親天天運動,所以看起來比真實年齡年輕。那些成长记录無比珍貴,真感謝父母給了我一個安穩快樂的童年。

Hi goodaspirin, you're right, every family has this.
"You don't choose your family. They are God's gift to you, as you are to them" - Desmond Tutu.