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While walking along a park in WuXi, this mother and son caught my attention. Don't call me 8, I could not resist not taking their pictures ...

The boy looked no more than five years of age... at first, his mother (i think she is the mom) took a pic of him sitting on the rock and he gave such a cute smile and "V" sign to his mom...

after that, it was his mum's turn to be the chee kok...
I heard some instructions and scoldings from the mum
or perhaps it was her normal tone
of speaking to the boy ..(i dont know)

... and....after a few takes and some reprimands,
he finally got it right!!


  1. haha.... u still considered as 8

  2. These pictures are absolutely adorable! What's an "8" by the way?

  3. 8 means busybody... haha... Agnes, i tried to go into yr comment box but it just wouldnt allow me to go in.. funny..

  4. Ohhh....hahahha... well like this I will teach and encourage my boy to handle the time I will be his

  5. It is a sweet moment photo.
    WIsh I brought my camera too when I saw a srilankan lady screaming in the meat shop. Story in my blog....

  6. hehehe...good observation...i did that too

  7. captured cute!:)

    thanks for the hop!keep comin' back..

    great site here!

  8. The pictures is good. Dont they know you took their pic's too? hehehe

  9. future pro photographer in the making mah....lolz

  10. at that moment, it was kind of cute cos the lady was teaching the young son how to do it right..

  11. precious moments that the kid will look back when he gets older and the mom is way older.

  12. hehehe sorry ah..i'm also 8 okay i like to hear what and how they ask them to take pic damn funny wan...

  13. those incident/ or pics reminded me of my niece. i took pic of her, in return she will take mine. but she didn't know how. She is only five years old. I kept on instructing her while i did my pose. It took 3 clicks befor she got it niece)

  14. Aw how cute this photo is..mother and child taking photo of each other.


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