Monthly Archives:December 2011

Thought It Was A Lake Fog ( Momimhar posted on December 24th, 2011 )

Our family was heading to my in-laws’ place this morning and it was very foggy and cold.  I thought it was gonna snow but there were no chances.  We could barely see the road.   In a weather condition like this, caution should always be observed on the road more importantly when traveling with baby.  My husband thought it was just a lake fog.  But no.  It was still like that when we arrived Tyler.

Pardon the spots in the pictures.  My mirrors need some cleaning :).

cool foggy morning

lights on to see the road

foggy

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Categories: Christmas, Texas, traveling with baby

Love Gift Wrapping ( Momimhar posted on December 22nd, 2011 )

Wrapping gifts is very easy if everything you need like adhesive tapes (double-sided is handy too!) and dispenser, scissors, wrapping papers, staples and staple remover are on hand especially when you are wrapping gifts for everyone in your family this Holiday season.  I love gift wrapping.  In fact, that was my favorite thing to do when I was working in a department store three years ago where I started as a holiday worker and hired as a customer service associate later.

nicely wrapped gift

I am very busy with preparing gifts this year.  My daughter just turned 1 this month and my hands are getting full because she is in the toddler stage now.  She is growing healthy and smart, and developing very well too.  She can walk independently now and jabbers a lot.  These milestones are very memorable like the previous ones.  My husband and I always make sure we give the attention she needs every day.  My little princess will surely get lots of presents this Christmas.  Last year was not much.  I bought her something she will really enjoy.

Christmas gift for baby

My husband will get something he had been wanting for a year now :).  It is fragile and breakable.  Something that smells really good.  Besides me, it is the passion of his manhood.  Did you get the hint? 😉

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Categories: baby development, Christmas gifts, gift ideas

Affordable Silk Trees ( Momimhar posted on December 20th, 2011 )

We have two artificial plants inside the house-two medium-sized trees.  My husband had them for years now.  I am planning to replace new ones next year in connection to our home redecoration project.

I saw nice silk trees that would look perfectly nice in the corners of my house.  And they are affordable so the budget won’t be broken.  I prefer big Silk Trees better because my child will not be able to pull off the leaves easily.  Since they will be placed behind the couch for child safety, my baby does not have the chance to mess with them.

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Categories: child safety, home, lifestyle

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