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Best Wishes For Mom On CNY

For the past few years, it has become a tradition in my family for the younger generation to say a few words of "blessings" for the elders... and normally it draws lots of laughter and joy when the young ones bestow wishes before receiving their Ang Pau-s. 

And yesterday... my Mom is the happiest of them all... starting with my siblings, from the eldest to the youngest, she receives the most Blessings from all of us....I should have recorded the whole scenerio on video... now I cannot remember what was being said... LOL...
Mama receiving Blessings from her eldest grandson... 
I wonder what was being said that drew so much laughter... 
Whatever was said, she must love it very much!!  LOL...
ahhh... Andy's turn...
I remember this...
His wishes to his grandma is "Can Walk, Can Eat!"
(Sik Tak, Han Tak)
Cos my mom loves to eat just like me!
PASSED.... Big AngPow received!
While one grandson is so loving and wanted to plant a kiss...
this grandson avoided being kissed.... aiyoh!!  LOL...
Our first CNY family picture for 2014...
Some family members are still missing...
Hope we can have a complete Family Reunion one day!

Comments

  1. Wah .... so sweet. Should call me too. Hehehe

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    1. You should start doing that with your parents too.. hahaha...

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  2. Oh such a happy family! Normally we just skip all these traditions as there will only be few of us here in the family lol

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    1. This only happens in my mom's house.. cos there are so many of us...

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  3. Sweet & nice family photo. Laughter everywhere. Like the laughter your mum had in the 4th pix. Hahaha!!!!

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  4. so sweet. Your mum looks gorgeous in red.

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    1. Yes, she loves to wear red.. and I like it too.. :)

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  5. hahaha, so sweet and warm and so happy family.. i like that!! and what was being said that drew so much laughter?? i think most probably the very usual dialogue from the elderly "last year i will give you angpow, next year you cannot take anymore, but must give instead okay??"~~ :D

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    1. Yeah yeah.. my mom must be implicating that to my son... hahahaa...

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  6. Hello Claire,

    So many nice photos for your mother to remember this lovely event. Can really see that she was really happy on that day. Wishing your mother good health and happiness always!

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  7. Nothing makes the old folks happier than to have everyone in the family home for Chinese New Year!

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  8. So sweet, like the way you took picture of everyone giving blessing and received any paw!!! =]

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