Sunday, May 27, 2012

Bicycles for the Small Kids

These 3 bicycles belong the small kids and big dreamers.

They want to be a professional bikers someday. There were countless accidents happened with these bikes and yet they still use them without fear.

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Hawk Stroller Bag



This one is for our Kuya Francis. He loves blue but since its not available on the rack, I bought the yellow and back combination instead. It looks good on him too!


Red Trolley School Bag


Have you ever wondered why there is color coding in our house? There is blue, red and pink.

Guess who likes red?


If you have been following this blog, you would surely know that Chris loves red. So whenever we buy him something like bag, shoes, hankerchiefs, even his underwear - it must be red or with a touch of red.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

School Shoes for Francis

And here is the choice of Francis. I love to shop now for the boys as I don't have to choose for them, they chosed themselves!
Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

School Shoes for C

Christoph chosed this Gibi brand school shoes from the racks. He liked the design so much.

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Pink Barbie Shoes

This is the rubber shoes of our 3 year old Nursery student. She opened it today but doesn't want to try it yet.

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Pink Barbie

This is our new student. She will be in Nursery level come June. See how excited she is?

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Barbie and Gibi Shoes

We went to Robinsons Imus today to buy school shoes for my students. I bought Gibi black shoes for the 2 boys and Barbie black shoes and Barbie rubber shoes for our little fashionista princess. She was excited carrying her 2 Barbie shoes while waiting for our turn to pay at the counter.


Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Friday, May 18, 2012

Dress Up Dolls for Your Little Princess


In choosing toys and dolls for your little princes, safety is always your primary concern. You want your baby to be protected from possible harm and toxins that many toys nowadays carry. As much as you want to give your daughter everything, there is always worry about the safety of many baby products especially those that are made in China. Lead content and toxin ingestions are very scary scenarios that make parents hesitant about the toys they buy.  So when it comes to soft dolls for your little girls, you must find one that is guaranteed safe and free from chemical toxins.

Apart from being safe, soft dolls should also help your child develop their motor skills and keep them interested in exploring and playing. Manhattan toys have age specific dolls designed for curious and creative little princesses. The Manhattan Toy Dress Up Princess teaches little girls to snap, button up, zip, hook and tie shoes. These simple activities that these dolls encourage are beneficial in developing your child’s motor skills and sate their curiosity in a safe way.  Moreover, these baby doll toy from Manhattan is soft and washable so you can always keep it clean and safe for your child to play with all the time.


The Manhattan Toy Dress-Up Princess - Baby Toy is available from the online nursery shop of Hello Baby. Hello Baby also sells a wide range of other baby and nursery stuff including baby toys, nursery furniture, baby travel and baby safety products.


Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Graduation Picture

While I was cleaning my phone for unnecessary text messages and photos, I came across the graduation picture of Chris using my phone.

He proudly displayed his diploma and his medal! Love you son!
Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Monday, May 14, 2012

Dental Clinic Waiting Area

While waiting for Chris turned when we visited their dentist, the boys admired the books and magazines. It was good to see them behaved in one corner patiently waiting for our turn.



They loved reading through health magazines but giggled when they spotted the FHM magazine. Boys are boys!

Toy From Hellobaby

Sent from my BlackBerry® wireless handheld

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Tooth Extraction

Kids don't like to go to the dentist! That's for sure - or at least for my kids. At first, they are very hesitant of going, I had to make up some stories just to convince them to visit their pediatric dentist.

For Chris, he was afraid at first but I told him that the dentist will only look at your tooth and if for extraction, only for the front tooth as it was really in bad shaped as shown in the monitor below. The dentist has to make stories as well.

Here is the story:

Dentist: you know Chris, look at your tooth in the monitor. It looks so bad because there are many worms inside. If we will not take it out, the worms will go down to your stomach and you can't eat your favorite food anymore. Do you want that?



Chris : No! No!

Dentist: So what's your favorite food?

Chris: Fried chicken, hotdog, and eggs.

Dentist: So if you want to eat them, we have to pull out your tooth. Is that okay?

Chris: Yes! yes!



While I was listening their conversation, I couldn't helped but laugh. I love the convincing power of the dentist. After the short story telling, here's the photo of Chris who bravely faced the dentist.



Chris was smiling after he came out of the room. And he proudly showed me his 3 teeth which was extracted that day!