I have never realised how hard school holidays can be. My daughter gets bored quite easily. She always wants to go outside and explore. She always wanted to go to school (twice a week is never enough for her), or go to the playground, or the beach, or even do grocery shopping. The last school break, she had a sleepover at my parents, which probably was the highlight of it all. So when the winter break started to come in, I was trying to figure out what new things we could do or places we could go (on my days off, that is).
Tuesday, 21 June 2016
The Wellington Night Noodle market was held last week and since it has been a while since we've been on a night market, I managed to convince Patrick to drive us to town. I thought it would be a good idea to attend the event on the first day 'cause I know for sure the weekend will be packed plus, I work on weekends so I won't have time to go. We picked up Kaelyn from school, got ready, and hopped on the car. When we got there, stalls are ready and vendors are starting to cook up the food. We walked around to see what's on the menu of each stalls then sat down and waited. I saw on their website that it starts at 4pm but we overheard someone that it actually starts at 5pm so we waited for quite a bit.
Wednesday, 6 April 2016
I probably post more beach pictures than anyone else you follow and I'm not even ashamed. It's my favourite place, my safe haven. It's where I always find my peace. When I realised that K loves it as much as I do, I couldn't be any happier. We are lucky enough to live across the beach and explore things that come with it.
Tuesday, 29 March 2016
Friday, 25 March 2016
Today's weather made us wear our warm sweaters and comfy slippers. It's officially starting to get cold and definitely got me feeling lazy. All I wanted to do was cuddle under our thick blanket. I'm secretly wishing for a four day weekend too but who's going to make you folks some coffee? This sudden change of weather lately gave K some blocked nose and cough. Again. This is already the third time she's been sick and we're not even into full blast winter. Luckily it did not give her high fever like last time. I hurriedly made some soup and sinigang to give her some comfort. I also asked Patrick to make her some lemon ginger drink to ease her nose and throat. Thank goodness it's starting to go away. There's been too many sleepless nights that