Sentosa Flowers 2012: Enchanted Spring


The water dragon.

This years Sentosa Flowers' theme is Enchanted Spring.

Family photo opp with the water dragon.

We went on its second day and we were not disappointed.

Exactly 6 months after giving birth, wearing no make-up.

The crowd is overwhelming. As usual, we had to Q-up for photo opps. Might as well i take advantage. Haha!

Kyla wearing matipid na smile. 

Misalyn of Al Ain City Daily Photo was right, this place looks like Al Ain Paradise.

I love my baby girl's smile here.

It was my mom's first time to witness the festival and she loved it.

Haha! That was pretty heavy huh!

 It took us couple of minutes to wait for our turn to be photographed. Initially, Kyla wasn't interested to join the Q but when she saw this photo she asked daddy and mommy to Q-up with her again.

Kyla wanted to carry the bigger one but i warned her it was heavy.

Baby Gian woke up in time for the photo opp.

Daddy and mommy's God-given angels.

We celebrated the Lunar New Year and Baby Gian's half year birthday at the same time. We've created another beautiful page in the book of our life. Thanks to our Master from above for keeping our family happy and healthy always. May this year of the water dragon be another blessed year for us.

 Catch the Sentosa Flowers:Enchanted Spring from 10am to 10pm before it ends on the 29th of January 2012.

28 comments:

  1. Looks like a delightful outing for your family and a beautiful family it is! Wonderful, colorful captures for the day! Have a good week!

    Sylvia

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    1. it was a delightful place to visit, Sylvia. thanks!

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  2. It looks like a beautiful place to visit. Those flowers are gorgeous.

    Have a good week!

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  3. beautiful place Che, the designs are gorgeous, and so are all of you. you look great and doesn't look like having left-over preggy fats just 6 months after birth.

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    1. yay, thanks Beth! i still have few more pounds to shed and i'm back on my pre-preggy size. wish i can get rid of the water retention in my arms.

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  4. I can't get over looking at those flowers in different colors and in those amazing arrangements. What a great job putting all those flowers together to form a dragon and the heart shape arch too is so pretty !!!

    Thanks for sharing these beautiful photos, they made me want to visit Singapore more and more. Someday I will swing by there when I come to visit PI again to see this place and to see your beautiful family !!!

    C**y

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    1. looking forward to that one sweet day, Chay!

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  5. Such lovely creations!
    Beautiful post.

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  6. you are looking so sexy and pretty twinzy!!!! the kiddos are as cute as always...fascinated by Kyla's "matipid" na smile haha, and loving her huge grin in the other photo..which is really her natural photo pose hehe,mwah!

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    1. awww, thanks twinzy. trying hard to look sexy. lol!

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  7. Awesome! I just love flowers - and it is amazing how they work with them. Thanks for sharing your photos.

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  8. What a great place to spend some time!! I'd love to visit it!!
    Here's My Photo

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  9. Wow, so cool! Looks like a greatband interesting place to visit

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    1. yes, very interesting and cool place to visit!

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  10. Wow you are having a great time. I love that dragon flowers!

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  11. Another great place for photo op! The flowers are so colorful and make a beautiful backdrop for a pose or poses!

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    1. we had fun doing the photo opps! ;)

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  12. What a beautiful place, I'd love to visit it!
    Beautiful photos of the flowers and your family.

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  13. beautiful photos with your children

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  14. A beautiful place to visit, they flowers are so colorful and pretty. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing. Happy Scenic Sunday!

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