The Babybirds Family is a small family that consist of the husband Ing, the wife Nyanya, and the little baby, Rinjani, or you may known her as Baby Melon. We live in Bandung.
Ing, spent several years working as a graphic/new media designer in several companies in several cities before he got bored and decided to move back to Bandung and started his own company with his friends. Now, when he’s not busy massaging Nyanya’s back or changing Rie’s diapers, Ing can be found at WADEZIG! office creating cool stuff.
Nyanya was a Visual Merchandiser in a company in Jakarta, before she decided to quit and moved to Bandung to live with the husband. After several years enjoying her freelancing times at home, She’s now working full time again as a visual merchandiser.
Rinjani, or famously known as Baby Melon, was born on April 13th, 2010. She has big sparkling eyes, chubby cheek, rounded face, and the most important one, she has more than 600 Godparents!
This blog was created long before we got married. We created it because we lived in different cities back then so we thought, beside all those online social networking we’ve already in, an online journal would be perfect to beat the LDR problems down by sharing our stories with each other as often as possible. That simple.
Now that we got married, living our life together in the same house accompanied by this cute little baby, we keep blogging and sharing stories here. Not only with each other anymore, but with everyone. Friends, and family.
The old blog, which was only a common blog, has evolved into a home now. Just like us who are finally united as family called The Babybirds. This is our home. Our virtual home. Everybody is welcome here. Please sit back in our living room and read our stories, or check out our photo album, or our artworks on the wall, or please come to the backyard and join us doing fun projects, or even just for a small chit chat with the husband, the wife, or the baby. Anyway, enjoy your stay, please make yourself at home :)
This blog is part of The Babybirds Networks.