Singapore: Best Friends Forever

One million memories, ten thousand inside jokes,
one hundred shared secrets, one reason: best friends.

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With mummies who have been best friends since primary school, it's only apt these two little girls are best friends too! It was so cute watching them converse with each other, they were just so in sync, and seemed to enjoy each other's company the most! To my amusement, they were happiest and laughing most naturally when posing for photos with each other. 

I hope one day, my best friend and I, we will get pregnant and have kids at the same time, so that they can grow and laugh together, just like these two. #ohmyheart

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Singapore: The Koon Family

"You're one in a melon!"

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Just like her Big Sister C, Baby E celebrated her first birthday, with a refreshing watermelon smash. It was definitely a welcome respite from the Singaporean heat. ...and ... them pearls and tutu (Big Sister C's exact outfit a few years ago) - so completely adorbs! 

I absolutely loved being a part of making heart memories.

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Singapore: The Ong Family

because I have a sister,
I'll always have a friend.

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Nay and Maddy are the sweetest pair of sisters I've photographed. Within the first 5 minutes of my session, I know that if I wanted little sister to do something, I just need to tell Nay what to do, and Maddy will immediately follow her. She's like her little shadow, her mini me. 

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Singapore: Fantastic Friends

the greatest healing therapy is
friendship and love.
- Hubert Humphrey

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I was quite excited to photograph back-to-back sessions for 2 families who are also good friends. Photographing one family with 2 little ones is already boisterous enough, adding two more into the mix, made for an evening of loud laughter and crazy fun playing tag. I didn't have to give much direction, but I definitely got a workout, running after them.

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The Ang Family

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The Wong Family

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Singapore: The Chin Family

'Aunty where you? Aunty go hide... boy boy count.
Aunty, Uncle, where you? Tunnel.... Aunty read book...aunty...' 
- Master Chin, 2 years old

It's always amazing to catch up with friends, and photograph their growing little one. We spent a day out at Universal Studios Singapore, hung out at home with play doh, paints and puzzles, had lots of good conversation over yummy food. Thank you so much for your friendship, Ben and Serena. You are such a blessing to us.

Singapore: Calvina Dawn, EB, + ED

Let it go... let it go....
The 'heat' never bothered me anyway
- adapted from 'Frozen'

KOI-loving, and dedicated, honest mummy blogger (calvinadawn.com) whose life revolves around her two adorable little ones - EB and ED, and her gorgeous doggie - Calvina Dawn is easily one of the nicest persons I've photographed... and her two young ones, were just completely photogenic and personable too! I really enjoyed Frozen-loving EB, breaking out into passionate song and dance, while singing 'Let it Go!'. There were also many laugh-out-loud moments, especially with inquisitive doggie-loving ED. #ohwhatfun! I need another session with you guys! The hour just flew by too quickly!

p/s: at her request, I've selected photos which does not feature daddy heavily.

Singapore: The Tay Family

Let LOVE take FLIGHT

What an absolutely lovely way to begin my first big stint, photographing families in Singapore! With a skilled mummy, these gorgeous little girls were mom+dad's mini me's in matching Air Force uniforms. Completely affectionate and so ready to pose and smile for the camera, big and little C, made me feel as if, I was part of their fun.

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Singapore Family Portrait: The Owyoungs

There is no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million.
- Walt Streightiff

The cutest little girl who smiles a lot, isn't afraid of the heat, and is so very inquisitive. Little V is a carbon copy of her cheerful mum, who was one of my first friends in primary school. 

When I first transferred to Singapore, I was scared and felt completely out of place. I was sitting all by myself on the first day at school, when Sophia, who was sitting behind me started speaking to me. I still remembered how our conversation went on and on - until 15 minutes later, she realised and asked, "Eh, why you didn't even ask me my name leh!". :) And the world is indeed a really small place (ok, Singapore is a tiny island lah), her husband and I were actually tuition class mates!!

It is truly an honour to meet her little family. The little girl was all good natured chuckles. The morning at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, was definitely made even more beautiful with the company.