Daddy Kenji finally bought his first telescope through online shop, he didn’t spend much on the beginner piece. He was so excited after knowing that we can see the moon from our study room. He invited baby Zaanse to see the moon together with him through his new telescope.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by IKEA but all opinions are my own. We have a makeover of this playroom to a nursery room a month before birth of Xavy and I guess it is time for a room tour ~
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by IKEA but all opinions are my own. Ever since Zaanse reached 2 years old, we have tried to keep her toileting routines (passing motion, tooth-brushing and washing up) as consistent as possible. She was doing well on this important developmental milestone ~
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by IKEA but all opinions are my own. Here goes part II of Live One Night Without Lights. This was the original plan before Daddy Kenji suddenly pulled up the camping plan, and he cut queue to make his activity happened before mine. Anyway, before starting the run-down of the details, I would like to share some of my thoughts on this IKEA campaign …
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by IKEA but all opinions are my own. Camping is always one of the items in Kenji to do list (too bad, I am not fans). Coming along with this project with IKEA [ Live one night without lights ], here you go again, he brought up this seemingly impossible task – camping. After some discussion aka negotiation, the final decision was to spend a night @ East Coast Park (ECP), just Kenji and Zaanse. As for me, I ...