I love having plants or fresh flowers in the house because they dresses up the house and are pretty to look at. In fact, the Mister likes gardening so much we have a little corner in our balcony where he looks after the few potted plants that we have.
One thing my family really enjoys is spending outdoor time. However there was a period of time we were really afraid of going out and about. You see, like me Junior is extremely prone to mosquitoes bites. But unlike me, he swells horribly and forms these scary looking water bubbles that will be painful when burst and takes a long time to heal.
This blog tour is hosted by Sewing by Ti and the theme is Ch-Ch-Changes.
Those of you who have followed me for awhile would know that recently I’ve been giving a lot of thought into curating a sustainable and intentional wardrobe. I want to fill my wardrobe with pieces that not only suits my current lifestyle but one that can also keep me inspired.
As a family we definitely love travelling and exploring new places. We have been a big advocate in getting Junior exposed to the world which is why we always brings him along whenever we travel. We also believe that he does remembers bits and pieces of where we went and what we did with the help of photos and videos. One thing for sure is that he remembers more than what we think he would.
Happy Monday! This will be the first of many post regarding Seoul as I’ll be putting up some posts regarding places to go and things to look out for especially when travelling with a toddler. I started the Around the World fabric series for a while now to document all these fabric places I’ve been to whenever I travel. Part of the fun is researching these places and eventually making it there and immersing myself in what the place has to offer and its culture.
Annyeonghasayo! (that means hello! In Korean)! We have just gotten back from Seoul and I’m already missing the awesome weather, food and shopping. It was a rough month and a half prior to the trip as both Junior and myself took turns to fall sick. So this trip was certainly something we needed to get out of that rut.
On weeknights when it is too late to play, we read.
On days where we hold parties with the bears, we read.
And when we want to get close to Christ, we read too.
My mum-in-law is a passionate educator and she strongly believes that learning can be fun. This is evident in the little activities that she engages Junior in before he went to school and was still spending a great amount of time at grandma’s.