Sunday, 30 May 2010

Welcome To The World, Baby Girl

A new addition to the family and a new cousin for Raimie. A daughter for Zaini's younger brother; Aus and his wife Siti. Baby Farah was born on 28th May at 6.50am at Hospital Putrajaya. Welcome to the world, baby Farah!

There'll be more addition to the family soon. Both my sister and sister-in-law are expecting their first baby in October. 

Raimie's great-grandmother is in town, so we get to eat keropok lekor (fish sausage) that she brought from Marang, Terengganu. The special part of eating this keropok lekor is not only the keropok but also the equally yummy accompanying sweet chilli sauce. Yummy...

Instead of frying the keropok this time, we ate it boiled and baked. Healthy, eh?

25 comments:

  1. Congrats to Aus and his wife :D

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  2. Wow! Congrats to them! Can't wait for mine too! =P

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  3. wahhhh sronok nya Raimie, makin ramai sepupu sepapat nih.. comei nya baby Farah :D

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  4. @Cindy,
    Yours is coming soon. :)
    How is baby & mommy now?

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  5. @dot,
    adalah 3 org sekrg. By year end, jadik 5. Meriah family. :)

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  6. I enjoy snacking of keropok lekor...yum yum.

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  7. Congrats! to your entire family. Farah is just beautiful :)

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  8. wow, an addition to the family. Congratulations!

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  9. Ooh! I want to eat keropok lekor! Drooling!!

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  10. Oh yes, welcome to the world!! : )

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  11. @Mei Teng,
    They are yummy!
    Which one do you prefer - chunky one or the one cut thinly and fried?

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  12. @Poetic Shutterbug,
    Thanks!

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  13. baby and mum looking good! have been going for evening walks lately! 2 more weeks!!

    *oh, and I love LEKOR!! Yums! Have already eaten dozens of them before I "go to jail" (confinement) .. hehe

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  14. @Ayie,
    It's always a joyous occasion to see new addition to the family. :)

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  15. @foong,
    Pity no more for you otherwise I'd offer you some. :P

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  16. @Cindy,
    Aaahh.... yes couple of weeks before having to be in confinement. Enjoy your food now! LOL

    Does Japanese do any confinement at all? I've been told by friends who gave birth there, Japanese women are already active after the 4th/5th day of giving birth. Wow!

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  17. boiled n baked? sounds no delicious but healthy

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  18. @Bengbeng,
    Keropok lekor can be eaten either fried or boiled. But I think only Terengganu people are familiar with eating them boiled. :)
    We baked it because I don't like it soft after it was boiled. :D

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  19. I totally have no idea about how Japanese confinement is... haha...

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  20. congrats to Aus and wife. i love keropok lekor too, very yummy.

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  21. @Cindy,
    It'd be interesting to know abt Japanese way. Hmm... anyone can enlighten us? :)

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  22. @LR,
    Thanks! :)

    Yes, keropok lekor is soooo yummy. :)

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  23. kepok lekor.. ,meleleh ayor liur tgk

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  24. @yatie,
    jgn meleleh je.... ngap satu! Hehehe

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