So last time I did a quick video and post on what make up products I use for my MOMMY Make Up.
Some of you asked for a detailed video if possible so here it is!!
Ok, so the whole point in this “Korean style makeup” is to make your makeup look like it’s very natural and thin. By thin, I mean you should look like you barely have any foundation on. Notice there is no foundation in my list of makeup products? That’s why I mix BB cream and concealer before applying it on my face.
If you want more coverage, then apply a bit more of concealer on the areas that are needed.
Remember, the more silky smooth skin you have the better, the more even toned skin you have, the BEST!
Our sea horse pool was ruined the other day because of a couple of lizards… They poked holes into our pool with their claws and I had no idea. Until this morning. So while Josh was at kindergarten, Andrea and I went to Toys R Us and bout this pool for $13 SGD.
Josh said he likes this one better than the other one. I guess the roof on the other one was uncomfortable for him.
Lately, the kids have been totally hooked on this DUTCH LADY chocolate milk. It’s individually packed so they drink it up like it’s a small piece of candy or something. They finished 8 packs in 2 days.
Josh and Andrea love it more because of the Disney’s Frozen characters that are on it. I guess the packaging really does matter to kids.
Josh has been in this “I’m not going to eat proper food but just junk food” kind of state for the past few days. I was finally able to crack him out of it with some rib eye steak today. But as you can see in this picture. He’s eating fruit loops and half an apple.
I decided to take out my Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6 to film the kids while we are in Singapore. Now that we’re only going to be here for a few more months. I thought it’d be nice to film them playing and just keep a few video files so that we can take a trip down memory lane when ever we want to.
Yesterday while shopping with dad, the kids wanted to play at a playground. This whole “I want to play at the playground” ordeal started when we went into Paragon Shopping Centre. Josh now knows that there is a small play area in that particular shopping mall so every time we walk into it he says “and what about the playground?”.
So Kaden and I promised him that we would go to the playground today instead of the indoor play area yesterday. It was a really hot day but promises are made to keep right? We headed out around 9:45am and came home around 11:50am.
Today, Josh’s kindergarten had a National Day Celebration event at the school. We were to bring finger foods to the school to share so I made Pretzel covered chicken fingers that ”Giada at Home” made on the FoodNetwork.
I had to wake up super early to make this but it was well worth it. Everyone seemed to enjoy it!
Although waking up at 6am and making this was soooo tiring, it was good to see everyone enjoy what I cooked.
After getting the chicken fingers prepared and packed, I had to get ready and then get the kids ready.
Andrea was super excited that she was going to kindergarten too. She wanted to wear her backpack and go with Josh.
And because she was going too (with her backpack) she walked all the way there too, just like her OPPA.
When we got to the kindergarten, people were already seated and the kids were going to their classrooms to put their bags away. We got there a bit late so I had to take Josh straight to his classroom.