For the first time since becoming a mom, I am now a fully stay-home mom with no help whatsoever. I know I risk sounding spoilt and pampered here, but the fact is that I have had help since Amy was born because we were fortunate to be living near my in-laws, and subsequently we lived with them.
Crazy rich asians. Just the title was enough to make me laugh. How could I not pick this book up?? Plus, I’ve been seeing recommendations for this book everywhere, and I was looking for something light and funny to read. So I got this book, not really knowing what to expect.
Once upon a time, I had a little girl, and that little girl was chubby and cute and sweet. I mean, she had a bit of a temper, but that’s how all babies communicate, right? Anyway, as I was saying, she was nice and sweet and cute…
Guess what? We went back to the Royal Botanic Gardens last Sunday!
Our friends were away for the weekend and lent us their car, so we thought, why not go to the city again! And the hubby wanted to do a picnic, so we cooked spaghetti bolognese, bundled everything and everyone, and off we went.
One of the things that excite us about Melbourne is the outdoor life. Even before we moved here, the hubby and I were talking about going to Melbourne parks every other weekend. So last weekend, we made a visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, specifically for the Ian Potter Foundation Children’s Garden.