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Our family albums are in the Philippines. My mom is a meticulous record-keeper; each album bears a sticker on the spine to identify its contents (“1985-1987”, “Jakarta, 1992”) and the photo negatives are in similarly-labeled shoe-boxes. Most of the albums have cheesecloth cases to keep away the dust, all hand-sewn by Ma herself.

A Cars-Themed First Birthday Party (with links to free printables!)

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Importing a post from my other blog! – NtN We’re back from a marathon trip to the Philippines where we celebrated not one, but two first birthday parties for Peanut! *whew* We had a lot of help from family and friends for both events. One was a Jollibee kiddie party (of course!) complete with a dance number from Jollibee and the crew and a lot of fun and noisy games for kids and grown-ups (a.k.a. […]

Peanut’s Baptism – A Supplier Review

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A long overdue review. Peanut was three months old when we had him baptized… and he just turned one! I intended to churn out the review within a week MAX of the event, complete with photos and rating stars and all that. Mom-hood and work stomped all over such well-intentioned plans. Plans are for wimps, it scoffed. Better late than never. For the uninitiated / non-Filipinos: baptism is practically required in the Philippines (come to […]

A new project

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As proof that I never learn (having just merged one of my other blogs to this site), I recently started another blog about new parenthood and being a full-time working mom in Singapore. To those so inclined, do check out the new blog here and here. Salamat!

With A Flourish Event Stylist – A Pre-Event Supplier Review

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I’m currently organizing Peanut’s baptism celebration. We’re flying home towards the end of the month especially for the event; we figured why not hold it in the Philippines, most of the ninangs and ninongs are based back home anyway. After the church was settled (a story I’ll save for another time), I set about finalizing the reception venue. I eventually found a restaurant that accepted large group reservations at a reasonable distance from the church (surprisingly difficult in the Makati / BGC […]