Being Micah

September 2, 2008

A happy baby

Filed under: dad writes — micahchan @ 2:15 am

Dad writes:

There are moments in the day when Micah is really bubbly and happy – usually after a good, long nap. We managed to catch one of those moments today on camera.

Micah would smile a little when he was just a few weeks old, but was not very interactive for the first few months. Just providing basic care for a young infant can get pretty draining. Now, at 5 months old, Micah’s wide smiles and enthusiastic vocal responses provide mum and dad with some comforting reassurance that as parents, we’re at least doing something right.


  1. great photos! what camera are you guys using now? the photos are very clear and sharp color. love reading this blog and i’m sad when i log on too soon and there aren’t any new posts. 🙂

    Comment by christine — September 2, 2008 @ 8:03 pm | Reply

  2. Hey, i think Micah qualify for becoming a baby model or baby star! He looks so cute and the photos are nicely taken at the right angle. For your info, this series resemble Micah’s mummy when she was a baby. Well, i’ll show you those pictures one of these days!

    Comment by Agnes Tio — September 23, 2008 @ 9:33 am | Reply

  3. Wah, so nice to see little baby Micah smiling, just being happy. It is going to get better as the months goes by, as they will interact and smile and giggle more. Just make sure you have your camera next to you. Micah is such a charming boy. It is nice to see Micah smiling without his teeth.

    Comment by ailin — October 9, 2008 @ 3:50 am | Reply

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