The 13 reasons you should get a mini babe


Seriously – I’d do anything to get one of these. I’d feed it and love it with all my heart:


1. They’re cute.


2. They’re creative.


3. They’re sweet.



4. They’re social.

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5. They’re multi-talented.

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6. They’re into sports too.


7. They’re really touchy.


8. They’re natural posers.


9. They always find a way to smile.

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10. They’re so vanilla.


11. They know how to relax.


12. They know how to have fun.



13. They’re just like us.

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Sleepy baby captured in Wonderland while dreaming



Just in case you haven’t seen this, here’s something to stop and smile about. For the most part that I’ve been bloghopping, art has repeatedly proven its value to its ability to recreate reality into an awesome fantasy, which is always inspiring to see. Just take a look at these.

I’ve only seen this recently, but outside of her freelance assignments, one creative mom has been gaining worldwide attention for her creative collaboration with her son, that is, without the son’s knowledge. Before the Western world have heard of this work, she’s already compiled it all into a book, Sleepy Baby, in Taiwan last year.

Artist Sioin Queenie Liao, who is very much inspired just by watching the sleeping three-month-old Wengenn Liao, first published this series of adorable photographs, Wengenn In Wonderland, on her Facebook account. To create each snapshot, Queenie simply set up the props, stuffed animals and other materials beforehand, then once Wengenn fell asleep, she put him at the center of her vision, which has pretty much taken shape into reality, and start taking pictures of the beautifully-composed fantasy.

The mother of three also takes adorable photographs of the other two waking children in fairy costumes, which is really sweet. I guess getting creative makes the work of being a mom a lot less heavy.

See how Queenie’s keen and loving eyes pictured her son as he dreams:






I don’t know what is it about Asian babies, but they’re always born with irresistibly chubby cheeks. Exhibit #1: Wengenn himself. Exhibit #2: The picture 10 found and forwarded to me. It’s currently set as my BBM display picture so I can stare at it all day:




Exhibit #3: This is Garfield and me. Only I was fully awake and posing, obviously.



Have looked through everything on Wengenn in Wonderland? Which fairytale-esque photograph of him is your favorite? I found it extremely difficult to pick just one, but I’ll have to go with the French artist. He’s so poised.




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I can do this all day.


Seriously. There is no greater joy than making your little friend happy.



Go make someone smile today.

As tickling works the same to humans ;)




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Sometimes, the greatest inspiration comes from the tiniest thing …



I can do this.


Yes, you can :)

As they say, whatever
your mind can conceive,
it can achieve.

Go get ‘em, tiger!




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To have and to hold


At the end of the day, humans and animals aren’t all that different.

We just want someone to play with, to curl up with, and to have and hold on to.

I’m gently reminded by the fact while watching this charming video:



I hope these fluffy little clouds set you up for a bright day ahead.
And remember:

Enjoy your loved ones
while they’re around :)




So Cute


Today, I’m grateful that this cute little panda LED lamp, a 25th monthiversary gift from 10, reminds me to curve two points of my lips up, even if it’s just a subtle curve. The baby panda’s sooo round and super cute, I kind of wish it was squishy, which would make it a soft toy instead of a lamp. Its package label says, ‘Press my navel! I give you big surprises’. I haven’t the slightest clue what kind of surprises it’s been emitting every time I make it glow, but I sure like surprises that make me smile.

The plain, artless face looking back at me resonates with many other kawaii characters permeating the Asian culture, notably Hello Kitty. For years, scientists of cuteness (yes, I’m that nerdy, I always wonder why people of all ages simply cannot resist watching cute cat and dancing baby videos when they’re supposed to be working) find that Hello Kitty’s simple expression, regardless of whatever’s going on in the kitty’s head, offers her observer the comfortable space to project their individual emotions onto her. Looking at her face is easy because you cannot tell whether she’s happy or sad, therefore her plainness can reflect anyone’s personality and is translatable across every cultures in the world.

It’s almost as if you can trust and share your feelings to her, but at the same time, her pureness and innocence make you want to hug her, to protect her.


If there’s anything in this world I cannot resist, it’s bear-hugging cutesy stuff and pressing their navels, like petting dogs and rubbing their bellies.

Although … I’d still prefer squeezing my life-sized papoy ;)

What are you grateful for today?




Now you see me


When the world is telling you to be somebody else but yourself …


 Stand up :)

You were never made to fit in anyway.




- Image courtesy of Cutest Paw

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