The month where kids starts schooling in the Philippines is here. And honestly it will be another adjustment for my family especially for me.
Before I personally sends Little Zoie at school and wait for her as her class ends for the day. Now I can’t do that. We didn’t get a yaya nor a helper that will help me with baby Matti or even around the house. I still don’t know how to work it out and I still have one more week to figure it out.
Obviously that I’m having a hard time managing everything from house work to blogging because I have been neglecting my blogs since I gave birth. Nope, I’m not blaming anyone here, I’m still just getting used to everything new around here. I’m talking about taking care of an infant now. It is like I can’t do anything else besides taking care of him. I’m afraid I’m having less time with Little Zoie. Good thing, hubby is filling it up. He’s been spending more time with the Ate since I’m definitely hands-on with the little guy.
Right now, I’m just stealing a few minutes from everything else, and now I need to get back to the household chores while the two kids are peacefully sleeping.
The summer breeze is blowing oh so hot as the start of the summer season is making its mark. Almost everyone I know are already gone to their first destination of their vacation plans this year, and up to the next, and some are packing already packing up to go to their first one.
Have any of you, my readers, plan your vacation getaway this summer of 2013? Are you planning on a new destination to visit or you and your family, or friends, going back to one of your summer hot spots from your previous summer vacations?
Well, wherever you may be going for your summer vacation escapade, I just want to share a few safety travel tips that will come in handy as you travel in or outside the country.
- Stay with your luggage until your bags are checked.
- Always keep with you your travel documents such passports, identification cards, credit cards, travel details (itineraries and accommodation). Duplicate a copy of your passports, identification cards and credit cards.
- Don’t wear expensive jewelries: necklaces, rings, earrings, watches and the likes. Leave them at home.
- Try not to stroll around at night.
- Don’t hitch a ride. Ride only marked taxi cabs.
- Discuss with family, if you’re traveling with them, any emergency back up plans for emergency purposes.
- Let your child carry with them cards with their name and your hotel’s address. And other contact numbers you may need such as contact # of your friends or relatives in the country.
- Bring along first aid kits.
These are just a few of safety travel tips I’ve read. Make sure that everything are discussed by the family before the trip, plans and emergency contingencies, and familiarize with it. Be alert with your surroundings as well.
Vacations are fun especially when everyone is safe as they arrive home.
A late post.
Goodness, I finally got the chance to post this. I almost missed this week in posting Little Zoie’s fun last Easter Sunday with her little cousins, and a birthday celebration too.
from my food blog
Actually the family, in-laws, got together to celebrate the 6th birthday of one of the little kiddos. It was supposed to be the main event. But the ambiance suddenly turned into an Easter Sunday when one of the grandmas prepared a little egg hunting for the kids. The birthday party was ignored, and egg hunting was now the fun part for them, especially for my Little Zoie.
Let’s see the fun last Sunday… ^_^
Of course, a birthday wouldn’t be complete without blowing the candles, right? Eating time after this!
Egg hunting is up! Open your eyes in the count of three!
Little Zoie got a little help from her Ninang Bam-Bam for looking some eggs…
I found candies inside the eggs, Mommy… see?
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