We finally have our own bicycles! Yippeeee! We have already gone biking during the holiday and it was fun! I look forward to more biking with the boys and even with Tita Bambi and Kevin. It’s so nice that we can bring Job with us because he has a seat that is attached to my bike. Hubby and I assembled it together and it was so easy to attach it and there were tools, screws even spring pins were included in the box when hubby bought it.
I love the way it looks in my bike especially with Job in it. I can’t help it, but I find him so adorable and looking so cute sitting in the seat with a helmet and strapped for safety. When I rode it, it was not heavy at all. I am so happy that we can finally go biking together as a family. We still have to teach Kuya Bogs though to ride his bike without the training wheels anymore. I hope he will learn fast too so that we can go see more places here in town.
Our next project… a family car! Soon Lord… You will give it to us! 🙂
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I am just glad that the malls now in the country have placed baby changing stations in designated areas. Some are inside the female restrooms while some are located specifically for nappy change and other baby-related activities like breastfeeding.
Back in the days, well, when I was still single, I often see moms placing their little babies on top of tables and change nappies or cleaning the baby’s bottoms or changing their clothes. It is such a poor sight then, but thanks to the minds that created baby changing tables and stations, moms and babies alike now have the full freedom to unclothed the little ones privately, without others having to raise their eyebrows.
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*image grabbed from SimplyBabyChangingStations.com