The gas that is used as a painkiller is gradually wearing off. So May’s feeling better and then have her breakfast. Here’s her taking a break from all the things earlier.
With a cup of hot milo on her hand.
2 pieces of Gardenia with butter and strawberry jam.
Complimentary admission pack from Pantai.
The paediatrician walked in and said that Baby Kayden has gone through all the test is ok. When enquire further is there’s anything that we need to know. He said, if you don’t see me, meaning that’s no problem. We ok’ed that. Baby Kayden is supposed to come at this time to be breastfed. Both of us waited for 15 minutes and still no signs of him.
Still no signs of him, I went for breakfast. As I walked out from the hospital, I can see dark rain clouds forming. Went back to my car to take an umbrella and head for a good bowl of Lum Mee.
As I reached back to the MW (maternity ward), the doctor advised that everything is good. So May should be able to discharge the following day.
My parents and grandma dropped by after breakfast. We went over to the nursery to check on baby Kayden. He’s sleeping.
My parents left, so I stayed on for a while in hope that they will push the bassinet over. But that didn’t happened.
With no signs of him coming, I head home to catch some sleep. It’s still raining.
After packing some things to be brought to the hospital, I dozed off.
My BB ringed and someone is asking me if I need any cash for credit card bills. There goes my nap. Lai called later and asked how are things. I put down the BB and walked down and after a while head out for lunch.
Since my aunt and uncle is here, we head over to Yulek Coffee Shop for lunch as there one stall that sells Teochew Braised Duck and Porridge that I wanted to try.
Braised duck is more commonly eaten by the Teochew ethnic. A portion enough for 4 person.
Braised duck aside. They also have braised egg, which taste as good as the duck!
You probably get the picture, the Teochew would serve almost anything braised, so this is a piece of braised Tofu. Which is smooth and soft.
The last dish, is of course Teochew styled Ham Choy (salted vegetables), goes well with the following Teochew porridge or rice.
My first lunch treat for the family as a father. Which surprisingly quite cheap which is about RM35. The duck is good and braised sauce goes well with either the rice or porridge. The eggs and tofu are equally good. The Ham Choy is also pretty good, not too salty and perfect with the almost tasteless Teochew porridge. The address as follows
Yulek Coffee Shop (Corner Lot)
56100 Kuala Lumpur
We head over to the hospital after a satisfying and economy lunch. And to our surprise, it’s Kayden feeding time.
You guys must be thinking, now only got the baby pictures right? Haha. So who do you think he look like? I will leave the pictures do the talking then.
Baby Kayden’s little feet!
He’s tagged 13736! That’s what you need to remember when you are in the delivery room. Just to avoid your baby being exchanged with someone else’s baby.
Grandma with Baby Kayden.
At 3.45kg he’s the heaviest baby among all the babies born. Surprise because when we did our check up on Monday, he’s only still 3kg.
Who turned on the lights?
Give me 5!!!
Or not I will box you with my fist!
My double eyelid eyes! Like who? Daddy of course!
Sai Goo Cheh and Baby Kayden. (Aunt at the age of 11)
After all the hoo haa, most of them left. I stayed on with Jasmin at the hospital.
We sent baby Kayden back to the nursery so that May can get some sleep.
Both of us head home to prepare the baby cot.
Finished putting the finishing touches on the cot.Took a shower and had dinner at home.
Head over to hospital again with Jasmin as some of the gang wanted to visit May and baby.
Lin and Sui Lin were the first one to arrive. Follow by Lai, Kel and Jason. We head over to the nursery to check out the baby.
May is telling stories about the labour procedure, and surprised that Lai asked a lot of questions that no one thought a guy would ask.
The guys left for dinner at Hou Kee. I told them I will join them later as the nurse had told earlier that will bring baby Kayden for another time of feeding at 9PM.
Again no sign of him coming. We went and checked him out at the nursery. No wonder, he’s still sleeping. Since visiting hours is until 930PM, we head home making sure that May is alright.
Reached Hou Kee and had a plate of Hokkien Mee, which for the 1st time tasted real good.
Head home, May BBM (Blackberry Messenger) me that still no sign of baby. Told her to rest.
Reached home, took a picture of a hamper from my company.
Baby stuffs galore!!!
Wanted to blog about this earlier, but finding myself dozing off. Head to bed at 12PM.
All in a day of the birth of Baby Kayden. Would like to thank everyone who sent their wishes. Both May and baby Kayden is doing great. More post to follow.