The Best SA ever in Aichi

Looooong time no see!
We’ve been traveling and visiting our family and friends all April, and I don’t own a laptop, so I couldn’t update my blog!
We are back, but we will be moving in 10 days, so I will be MIA for a while again…

Anyways, while we were traveling with kids, we desperately needed a place to let our kids play and release all of their energy.
They get so crunchy when they just sit down in car seats for too long.

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My life Lately…

Last few weeks, I wasn’t feeling well.
Not “I’m having cold” kind, but I don’t want to get up, I don’t want to do anything kind.
I did’t want to meet anyone kind.
I was grumpy, and I was impatient.
I felt my heart beating very fast and loudly without any reason.
I didn’t know why I feel so restless and nervous.
I tried. I tried to play different kinds of music and change my mood.
But it made my head spin.
I tried to watch TV and laugh. But I couldn’t.

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Lazy Mom’s Guide for Baby Solid Food

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When I’m home and on “lazy mode”, the last thing I want to do is prepare the lunch.
I can do without lunch, but my kiddos need to eat.
So I stock up on foods in the freezer and warm them up.

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The Lazy Mom’s Guide to Keep Your Room Relatively Organized


Let’s be clear…I don’t mind the messiness my kids creates when they play.
But my husband does. The mess drives him CRAZY and he acts like a girl with PMS.
And when he’s moody, it does no good.
So I’ve been learning how to maintain the mess AT THE MINIMUM.
I cannot have clutter-free room with 2 kids, but here are my method to keep the room as organized as possible.

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What Japanese Do on Their Baby’s First Birthday

As some of you already know, Baby L turned one-year old. And we did couple things that is common in Japan for the baby’s first birthday.
So I thought it might be fun to share what we did!

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