Mommy diary: Weekend at Greenhills

Somehow, this thing is supposed to move...

After being down with cough and colds, Zee is back in her fighting form. And because she’s all well and the weather last Sunday seemed nice, hubby and I decided to take her to Greenhills.

Initially, I wanted to bring her to a park. Unfortunately, there wasn’t any park near our place (we opted to ride public transportation so Pasig Rainforest was out of the question) and hubby wanted to buy that FFXIII game…

When we arrived at Greenhills, Zee wasn’t in the mood for walking. After drinking her milk, we let her walk a bit in Virra Mall’s food court. I was kinda afraid, though, because she was so small and people might not see her as she walks around. And she doesn’t look at where she’s going, too.

I guess she got tired that by the first half of the noontime mass, she fell asleep. She woke up after the “Our Father” part and since then began giving the chapel choir an applause after each song.

We wanted to go home early, just in case it rained in the afternoon (which it did), so our last stop was at Unimart. She liked riding in the cart.

Daddy, push!

After grabbing diapers, Cerelac, and some food for the week, we went home.

It was a pretty tiring day for us. Zee had an excess of adrenalin, though, and that night we found it hard to put her to sleep. Still, it was a great day.

Hoping for more sunny days to come so that we can take her out again.

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  • Golden August 17, 2010 at 9:54 am

    Cute! Your daughter is so adorable. Good to know that she’s doing very well now. I love bringing my toddler to the grocery store. The grocery store never fails to amaze her.

    Lots of love,

  • Mrs. Kolca August 17, 2010 at 10:18 pm

    Cute ng first photo. Haha. Looks like she was trying to figure out how to move talaga.

  • Mara August 18, 2010 at 8:43 am

    SO CUTE!

    • moonchild117 August 18, 2010 at 1:56 pm

      Thanks Mara, Golden and Mrs. Kolca! She was really amazed by the cart and the grocery itself. 😀


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