The snack that could just be a meal. I used to love to go to Guildford Town Centre (A.K.A. Guildford Mall) and get a regular sized “the works” from New York Fries. It was like my favourite snack when I went to the mall. After moving to Korea and then getting pregnant with Josh, I craved
Yeap. You read it right. These are the ultimate child snacks. They will go crazy over these. You can use brownie mix and cookie dough that they sell at supermarkets or you can make it from scratch like me. I used the brownie recipe from the food network website, and the chocolate chip cookie recipe
So this is a view of the typical Korean-modernized A.K.A. new apartment living room view.
Ever since we moved here, it’s been a crazy schedule. We all seem to get up earlier than before (which is just way way way~ too early). And we all seem to want to keep everything clean. Probably cause it’s a newly built house. Kaden helps around the house more, the kids are very happy
We have finally moved. To a condo. Newly built. However, we’re on the 36th floor. So high up that I don’t know if it’s raining outside or if it’s hot outside. Right now it’s supposed to be about 24 degrees in Seoul cause of the rain, but at our house.. it feels like it’s about
I’ve been getting a lot of questions and inquiries about what shampoo I use. I guess it was obvious to most of those people that I was using purple shampoo. I guess since I bleached my hair and all. It’s really hard to get a really GOOD purple shampoo here in Korea. Either you have
Tyler had his first ever peach yesterday. Kaden and I both LOVE peaches and so does Josh and Andrea. We waited until Tyler turned 1 to give him his first taste. In Korea, doctors say to wait until month 12 before you give your baby berries and peaches. So we did wait and gave him
Exactly what I want to do right now. Fly away. Just wanna leave and go somewhere.