The moment I saw these two lovely sisters unwrapping the present, I felt like a kid again! One of the best moments during our childhood years was actually unwrapping a present, don't you think? Especially when the present was from our dear, beloved parents!

Back when we were a kid, everything was so BIG. The feeling of excitement, happy, thrill, fear of a monster, was beyond words to describe. It was HUGE, ENORMOUS - the feelings! I remember how scared I was back then of a green dragon, a monster actually 'created' by a very dear auntie who took care of us when we were little. We called her Mek Tan. She took care of us when mom at school, teaching. Sometimes during weekends she brought us to her house. I love, love going to her village, but I don't like the monster part. I can still clearly remember how I imagined the monster would look like. BIG green dragon, waiting fiercely to catch any kid who came by near him at the scary muddy, swamp. LOL! I laughed so hard when I finally realised there was none such a creature! Yup, she created the dragon so I won't sneak from the house and play at the swamp near her house.

Ok I'm side tracking again!

Where was I? Oh ya, the feelings! The excitement of getting a present from my mom and dad was totally awesome! I just couldn't stop grinning from ear to ear because I was the happiest kid on earth that day!

So I really, really was excited seeing kakak and adik opening up a present given by their wonderful mom. I hope the pictures above would give justice to the feelings I have inside when I get to witness this beautiful moment. Their smiles and happiness are priceless!

Mom planned this for her beloved family during the 10th anniversary of their marriage. I was so honoured when Kak Rafiza requested me to capture their happy moments together during the day. There were lots and lots of moments that I wish I get to put them all here. They were having picnic, bubble time, giving present time, jumping time, mommy and daughter time, daddy and son time, sisterhood and etc. If I were to put it all here it would take days. Yup I guess now I know why I took sooo long to put entries on my blog. There are so many little stories to tell in a session. That I was having a hard time to choose all the little stories at once.

So my new strategy now is to tell a little or two here. And later on, if I have time I will upload more. Because what is most important the family gets to see all the moments when they receive their CD. And I still get to share some here if not many. Rather than I wait, and wait for the right moment to tell all the little stories at once, right?

Till then, hope to see you soon!


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KL Photo Award finalist Milin Kassim is a custom, natural light portrait photographer. She specializes in newborns, babies, children and family portraiture. Contemporary in her approach, Milin strives to capture memorable, heartfelt images of childhood. She especially loves, loves to capture family connections and relationships; that sweet love and special bonding family members have for one another. And she has a big, soft spot for children natural expressions - be it sulking, cheeky, giggle, shy, angry, curious, etc. Those expressions melt her heart in a way she could never possibly describe in words. With thoughtful attention to details, Milin dwells in her dreamland of picture-processing giving a special touch to each of her images; turning them into artistic portraits that she hopes will tug the hearts of families for many, many years to come.


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