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Dr. J feeding daughter haagen dazs! hahaha
*** where's the photo??

During daughter's very first check-up, she was a week-old then, the family came in full support when we went to Dr. J's clinic. Family means hubby, daughter and I, plus O's family and lola L.

Aside from getting her shot (I forgot what it is), daughter had her ears pierced also. Ouch! She cried loudly, angrily, I think. Luckily, lola L was there to give her a dancing swing and coos.

It was almost lunchtime when we're done and since Dr. J doesn't have any other patients scheduled for the day, she and her family joined us for lunch at Max's. Afterwards, we all went to Shangri-La Plaza and bought a blue and yellow stroller for daughter. I love the duck prints. We had the stroller cleaned and washed with alcohol so that daughter can use it so that we can enjoy going around the mall. Daughter's a baby mall-rat! Hahaha.

Had dessert and coffee (them) at Haagen Dazs before going home.

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