Wednesday, May 19, 2010
Last night, I bought Sophie shampoo from the organic stall in Trinoma. Can't remember really the name of the stall but they carry All Organics, Giga, Human Nature, Milea and other organic products. This shampoo I particularly like since it smells sweet (I chose banana scent) compared to other brands or scents which smell, well, organic (translation: amoy dahong tuyo or latik or ewan). If it's soap or other products okay lang if it smells like ginger or coconut oil but if its something like shampoo which lingers in your hair, sana naman medyo acceptable ang amoy :) Also, if it smells weird, Sophie may not use it. Kikay pa naman yun...
You won't imagine how arte my daughter is, wonder who she got it from? Hhmm... Imagine for the past month, all she wanted for pasalubong are makeup sets. 'Yung madami, Mommy ha' or 'Yung lipstick ko Mommy tsaka yung lalagyan ko ng makeup', she'd shout out from the garage as I walk on. It's not enough that she has 3 shoulder bags (mind you, their not bags designed for toddlers but for adults), kailangan talaga may make up bag pa.
Just last Saturday we went to SM North Edsa to buy her new pair of shoes because she has been complaining of broken shoes (her sandals got worn out from too much use). When we reached the children's shoes section, I asked her what shoes she wants and she replied, 'yung kagaya sa 'yo, Mommy' and I assure you she meant the high heeled shoes. Good thing we saw this Fisher Price Sesame edition pink sandals, the kind that light up when you step on them or squeeze them. It's already a top choice for her, it lights up and it's pink so she forgot about the high heels.