Feb 19

Daily Pics: Gong Hey Fatt Choi

by in Australia

Chinese New Year takes on a different meaning with a little one. So much more fuss is made and to see well worn events through the eyes of a little one is just magical. Spending it with family is so very special, more than words can ever describe. The lunar new year is always a turning of the page. New luck and fortune, a new chapter. Change will come and may we have the courage and compassion to accept things as they are.

 

Baby with red plum mess all over his high chair

A prosperous red start to the new year

 

Mum grandma and baby in a chinese outfit

Our little china doll

 

Baby in Chinese outfit with grandparents in red

Thanks for the ang pow Gong Gong and Poh Poh

 

Baby in Chinese outfit with ang POWs

Happy year of the goat!

 

Mum and baby in Chinese outfit

My heart melts 

 

Family photo in front garden

Everyone say cheese!

 

Sisters with ang pow

Show me the money says Squee

 

Car parked at an angle

Special parking

 

Red money tree

Let it rain down under the money tree

 

Feeding baby under grey shawl

Under cover moment

 

Dragon dance drums

Finally the drums start to roll

 

Grandpa carrying baby with love

Not scared at all as Gong Gong keeps his hand on his heart

 

Dragon dance

Loving the dragon dance

 

Baby starring

Completely captivated

 

Dragon dance troupe

Walking the halls, meeting and greeting

 

Aunt feeding baby

Delicious dim sum lunch at Lucky Chan

 

Melbourne in sunshine

Perfect Melbourne sunshine day

 

Chinese red lanterns strung across trees

Celebration

 

Great aunt with baby and dad

Chance meeting

 

Shadow of a couple on a pier

Off for a walk

 

Man by river with city in background

Exploring the Yarra

 

Path along the docklands

And a quick shop at the Docklands

 

Family at home

Home is where the family is

 

Vegetarian dinner

Delicious dinner whipped up by dad

 

Super mum and greatest dad mugs

So very true

 

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