We went to Toys R Us, Solenad 3 in Nuvali today to buy number two’s gift for Ashly later. Since number one attended LELAC practice until 8PM, we weren’t able to eat dinner at home. Actually, I kind of planned it to be that way. I’m craving for some Inday’s BBQ!

By the way, number two got to register in TRU’s gift registry…15 minutes before they close! As you could’ve imagined, we were rushing the whole time to finish the 30 top gifts, but we pulled through! Nice one, number two! Hopefully, your guests will buy some if not all of them 🙂 I just learned today that the registration in Toys R Us gift registry is free! You just have to exercise your hand in writing down some details in the form, and of course your child should be there to select his most-wanted toys.

So after buying the gift, we went straight to the Fiesta Mall part in Solenad 3 to satisfy my craving. Inday’s BBQs are so yummy! Totally irresistible! We also had some of their isaw…yum!

So if you’re looking for some chunky and saucy BBQ, go to Inday’s BBQ in Solenad 3 in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Each BBQ costs 25 pesos, and an isaw is 20 pesos. Quite pricey as compared to regular street food, but since it’s closer to our place and I know their preparations of their BBQs are clean and good, I always go back to this shop.

By the way, we dropped by Tr. Matu’s house before we went to Solenad. Why? Because I’m so forgetful.. I left my phone in school. Good thing, Riz was in elem (just about to leave for her best friend’s wedding). I was able to use her phone to call Dave to tell Tr. Matu to bring my phone. Whew!

Also, we were able to get some oregano for number four, and there were extra mangoes in the bag. Thanks, teach!

Thank you, Lord! 🙂

My family day at Enchanted Kingdom

Last Sunday, we had the opportunity to go to Enchanted Kingdom (EK) at Sta. Rosa, Laguna. My brother who went home from Dubai was the financier, so we did not worry about the money. Actually, we had planned to go there for almost two times – July and December of last year. I think it is just fate that those plans did not push through. I have thought of two reasons for that. First, because we can go there when the right opportunity comes, such as last Sunday — we didn’t need to spend that big money for the entrance. Second, we wouldn’t enjoy the experience if we would go there without any relative. Originally, we planned to visit the place, just the three of us. But last Sunday, I realized that it was more fun to have a relative to take care of Zoe while JE and I are checking some of the rides that are definitely not for kids, such as roller coaster and up, up and away. I am so thankful for the opporunity; it’s quite tiring, but lots of fun goes with this experience, especially when I saw the pretty smile on my baby’s face that was brought by this magical day at EK.