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Last days of 2005

To mark the end of 2005, allow us to present Noe's beautiful eyes of 2005

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Noe's First Step

Noe took his first step! Yes, like, walking step. Without holding onto anything. I (Rani) saw it myself. It was in the bedroom. He was standing in the middle of the bedroom. First, he stood up from sitting position, without holding onto anything. The next thing he lifted his left foot, take a small step forward.... he kept standing up very very briefly afterwards before falling into sitting position again. Well, it was a first step indeed, although it was not a complete walk yet.

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My article in Cita Cinta

My article on Austria on a Shoestring was published by Cita Cinta Magazine in Indonesia. Yay! I hope they'd pay me. Now i'm motivated to write more... wish me luck!

You can read the article here which is actually a summary of my travelog published in my last year's blog.

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Our present - downloadable

'tis the season to share our joy to others!

We'd like to share with you something that might be useful for you. Allow us to present... A ringtone for your cellphone made from Noe's lovely baby laughter! Download here in WAV format (355kb) or MP3 format (165kb).

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2005 Noe's Video List - Updated

We're in the process of migrating to the new blog engine, which hopefully can be launched by new year. Beta version is actually available, but it's still barren .. email or PM me if you wanna test the beta or help out.. thanks. Some december entries will be available in that location too.

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First Malay Wedding

Azlin invited us to come to her brother wedding. This is our first time coming to a malay wedding. Luckily, the Indosing-mums egroups discusses the culture and ethics of coming to a malay wedding in Singapore.

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Different Treatment for Domestic Workers

Dibawah ini adalah surat listrik yang saya kirimkan ke KBRI Singapura:

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First Pincer Grip

We went to Giant Supermarket to do our fortnightly shopping. We bought finger food for Noe to see whether he's ready to feed himself with hands. To our surprise, there is Ikan Lele / Sembilang / Catfish in IMM. We've been wanting to eat Pecel Lele and there is still leftover sambel pecel in the fridge, so Rani bought a pair of Lele. Look at how fresh and nicely they cook in the wok, just like a YinYang sign.

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