So a couple of days ago I was on Youtube (I am addicted to Youtube right now) and as I was going through all the make up videos and hair styling videos, I came across an interesting subject. A lot of the girls online were posting videos of raw, extra virgin coconut oil and how it makes your hair super smooth and shinny! Sooooo the curious monkey that I am.
Today we went to the Pororo Theme Park http://www.pororoparksg.com/ At the entrance, a very nice lady measures the kids temperature and squirts out some hand sanitizer. The kids get to play in 6 different areas. A baby play area Proro’s house A gym(playground) Pororo train (not really considered a playing area) another baby play area ball pool coloring and drawing area and a small theatre (also not really a play
It was a really nice day, a slight breeze, not too hot temperature, and pretty sunlight. Kaden and I set off to Robertson Quay to meet up with S unni and her family. AKA: Kaden’s boss’s family They’re moving back to Korea and they wanted to have dinner with us. I guess it was kind of like a farewell dinner(?) I know, I look really awkward in these pictures but
A few days ago, okay maybe weeks ago I can’t really remember, I started following @salonvim on instagram. They seemed to be a HOT hair studio in Singapore. Through their Instagram feed, I found out about L’Oréal Professionnel’s PRO|FIBER Hair Treatment. I went to their website and found this information. http://www.lorealprofessionnel.com/int/pro-fiber Basically what this does is, it rebuilds your hair and strengthens it from within. Not just making it strong on
This little monkey is so hard to tame while we eat!! She just goes crazy!!! But even though it’s hard, we still went out to Robertson Quay yesterday and had dinner. Then took a walk along the water. We didn’t bring our pram because Andrea can walk pretty well but it had just rained so I had to Ergo her. (Poor me).
Last night, Kaden had the company car so we went out for dinner. We went to Robertson Quay and when to a Japanese place called “shunjuu“. (Not like we can go to Robertson Walk without car, we can walk there from out place but it was raining and I didn’t want to go far). Shunjuu specializes in sumiyaki, which is charcoal grilled. You know the little skewer tapas that they