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Happy 2nd Birthday Little Arief!


  1. hi!
    i came here casually... but your blog is very interesting... i would like to know more of brunei..
    greets from chile!

  2. yummy yummy ... birthday brings joys aint it :)

  3. Happy Birthday little Arief... btw... your son?

  4. [<( - _ - )>] ®: tks for dropping in. More about Brunei at the Visit Brunei Blog

    - m o g L i e -: yeah and May is especially so with so many Taureans online! Heheh!

    rezafaizal: Tks dude! Yes Arief is my youngest and only son heheh :)

  5. YEY! look at him go! Happy birthday little one. Seems like its one birthday after another. What do you do with all the cakes?

  6. Happyyyyy Birthdayyyy SPIDEYYYY!!! We love you lots!!!

    Aunty Lobengs, Uncle Lobengs and Baby Lobengs!!!

  7. Isn't he the cutest and look how happy he is with his cake! Happy Birthday little boy. Luv,E.

  8. Happy Birthday to Anak Brunei Jr...hehehe..future blogger... Wishes from Juan Pablo and family.


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