Throwback: Bump Shoot

When we found out that I was pregnant, I made sure to have maternity photos taken. I was about 29 weeks when we had the shoot. I thought it was the perfect time because at least I still haven't gained so much weight and my face and feet weren't swollen yet from water retention. 

For inspiration, I looked at maternity photo ideas on Pinterest (my main go to site). As expected, there were tons of cute ideas so I had to go through all of them and picked my favorites. We didn't hire professional photographer, instead, we asked for my ever reliable brother-in-law, Kuya Radnee, to take our photos.

Here are some of my favorite shots from the shoot.


Subaru Big Event 7

It's that time of the year again! Our third big event attendance. Ran, my husband is a total gear-head. He is a Subaru enthusiast and believe me when I say he knows just about everything about a car (which compensates for my lack of knowledge about them). I am to Fashion and Travel as he is to Cars and Sports. It's almost too cute whenever he gives me these little quizzes about car parts and I answer him correctly, his face lights up and he looks so proud of me like I am his favorite student. Anyway, back to the event, we started attending three years ago. Since then, the first or second saturday of October every year is blocked off for the event. 


TBF: Fifty Shades of Green

Throwback Fashion...


Travel Diary: Bicol

Bicol is one of my favorite places ever! It was where my mom grew up and she made sure to make it a part of our lives by bringing us there every year on school vacations. It has been twelve years since the last time I've visited and I was so excited that I was able to go back to visit my grandparents. Also, I am ecstatic that my daughter, Leia, was able to finally meet her great grandparents. Seeing this place again brought back so many wonderful childhood memories. It definitely has a special place in my heart. 


Travel Diary: Osaka, Japan (Part 3)

The plan for Day 4, which is basically our last day to enjoy Osaka (our flight on day 5 was at noon so we really didn't have time to do anything except get ready and go to the airport) was to go to Osaka Castle and do some last minute shopping. It was really nice to know about the history behind the castle. Inside was an actual museum for tourists to better understand its significance. We went straight to Dotonbori to finish up our shopping list after. 

All in all, I had so much fun and was very appreciative that I got to experience different culture besides my own. This is one part of travelling that I love, it allows you to know the world outside the one that you live in.