Scout started taking his unsupported baby steps at months. People say boys start walking at a later time as compared to girls. I guess he's in a hurry to explore the world. So, we set out to explore the world of walkers.
I used to play football when I was young.
While going around St. Francis Square trying to look for a pair of shoes for Scout, I stumbled upon this football shop that sells jerseys and shorts for kids (their smallest size is 14). I know it's going to be a bit big for Scout, but it's dri-fit. Scout perspires easily, so I thought this material would help minimize it a bit.
I grew up in a family who values education. I've seen both my parents sponsor other kids in their quest to finish school. We were blessed enough that my siblings and I got various forms of scholarships that my parents were able to save enough from our tuition to send other kids to school. I didn't think that I would be given the opportunity to do the same.
A colleague's son was promoted to Eagle Scout over the weekend. She asked me a few weeks back to help her come up with an edible celebration piece. I immediately said cakes and cupcakes, but I was given a budget. So, I had to come up with something else.
I was on my way home via EDSA that day when I saw Krispy Kreme's bilboard for this:
(image from Krispy Kreme Philippines)
I thought, this should be an interesting project for me.
I just got this today at True Value Shangrila, as Ace Hardware was out of stock, for the Panasonic airconditioner that we just purchased. Since it's just a basic manual aircon, it doesn't have a timer built-in to it.
(image from Panther Philippines)
It was actually a good trip since I haven't been to Shangrila Mall for a while. So, I got to go around a bit before going home.
I'm guessing that it's been available in the market for a while, but only got to find out about it now while I was reading the newspapers today and just so happens that we have just purchased an aircon. It pays to read!
Well, let's see how this device helps with our future electric bill...
(image from Messy Baby)
It was actually A who discovered this product. He's actually pickier than I am when it comes to whatever things we give to Scout (to which I thankfully appreciate). We were probably in Rockwell then since Messy Bessy has a physical stall there in the supermarket. Believe it or now, A is a big fan of Messy Bessy items. So, imagine how more secured he feels when the group has released their Messy Baby line.
Since Scout has outgrown his Moses basket, we've shifted him to a playpen. And, as expected, I went to Mothercare for help. I buy major Scout purchases in Mothercare because I have to accumulate a total receipt amount of Php 30,000 within a year after my purchase to be able to acquire their discount card. Plus, both our home and place of work have a Mothercare store in the area.
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