Our life during Covid-19 Restriction

Well, here we go to the theme of the world; Covid-19. Besides some photos with stay-at-home hashtags, I haven’t written anything about this world phenomenon in social media but now I feel the need to write it here, on my blog, because I want to remember it. Yes, I want to make a memory, for…

Asakusa Cat Cafe ‚Neko-En’ – Tokyo

Well… Believe or not, even our Japan trip was in May last year, I still want to write about it! And still want to visit it! Maybe later after all issues regarding Covid-19 are gone. This time is a post for cat lovers 😉 One of the highlights for our daughter during our Japan trip…

You Can’t Judge Something That You Never Had

Do you know a true story that happened in 2010? It’s about an elderly Canadian couple who won $11.2million on the lottery and instead of claimed it for themselves, they have given it all away to friends, charities and hospitals. It was a big news because it never happened before. The couple said, they played…

Nezu Shrine – Tokyo

This is the first shrine we visited in Japan. It was in the middle of quiet residence area close to Ueno Park. There are tunnels of red Torii gates which is like a small version of Torii tunnel in Fushimi-Inari Shrine in Kyoto (but here, was less crowded for sure!). Nezu Shrine is a definitely…

How to throw a birthday party for children

Every year we celebrate Flipper’s birthday 3 times. Well it’s not as luxury as it sounds though. The first celebration is always in the exact birthday where we celebrate it with small cake right away after Flipper wakes up in the morning. That’s it. Sometimes we also celebrate it with dinner with grandpa, grandma and…

She doesn‘t want to be an astronaut

Yesterday after dinner Flipper and hubby had a serious talk about the return of the astronaut Alexander Gerst (her big idol at the moment) from ISS Station to the planet earth tomorrow, 20 December 2018. They talked about if Alex’s happy finally able to stand on the ground normally, what food he will eat for…

The Great Big Book of Families

Check it here: http://amzn.to/2EbKu0i (affiliate link) This book is a great start to teach our children about tolerance, start from family. It’s not a book about a child who has big family members nor a book which has plot or story. This book reveals about many kinds of different families. None of them is bad…

Keep Calm, 40 is Fabulous

Three days ago someone rang the bell and it was my lovely neighbor with a bunch of flower in her hand. She said, “I know you are in grieve today but I hope this flowers will cheer you up a little bit…” Err… what? Three days ago was my birthday and yes, I turned 40….

Childhood Idol

Last Sunday hubby took Flipper and her friend to watch Disney interactive movie in Cinema. The girls got goodie bags inclusive 2 posters from the event. Since then Flipper decided to like the Disney characters, Kion and Sofia, so much and had been busy arranging the best spots to hang the posters in her room….

How to calm down toddler after school/ Kindergarten time

Hello moms with toddler, have you read this article yet? 7 Ways to Help Your Child Handle Their ‘After School Restraint Collapse’  Great article, very true. We’ve been there, done that. Our trick is simple; after school we make a small picnic. On the way home from Kindergarten, we sit under a certain tree. Flipper always…