Passport Renewal

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My daughter is 3, turning 4 next year. And yes, we haven’t submitted our wedding video requirements, thus we do not have our wedding video yet (GUILTY AS CHARGED). More so, all my IDs reflect my maiden name. Talk about manana habit.

Before the year ends, I hope to update my personal information. Masyado ng matagal! :p

Just to share the answer to the question I had: Do I need to apply for a new visa if my new passport will reflect my married name? Happy to read the first word: NO πŸ™‚

Read moreFAQs regarding US visa passport here:Β

Mother and Child Activity

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It’s a crafting day for us!

Last week, Sachi’s school prepared a Mother and Child activity.

Here we are arriving, first agenda: take pic!
I’m sure you’ve noticed our matching outfits. It’s a requirement. And I find it cute! I used to think I would be all matchy matchy when my daughter grows up and can wear “real” clothes. It doesn’t happen that way. Mas lagi pa syang matching sa yaya nya. Haha!

So it’s quite fun that once in awhile, we get to be intentionally matching. I find it cute that I might actually do this wardrobe terno more often.

Terno gold shoes, brown bag, orange/red dress πŸ™‚ Thanks Ninang Trish for this dress!
Middle photo shows our crafting table. The little girl is all smile, happy with our activity

The mommies and kids of the JNP! (Photo cropped, everyone did not fit on the phone screen lol)
Did you notice Sachi’s feet? Arte pose!
*Also notice there is a dad… they have 2 kids at different level, so dad has to be a slash-mom.

Here I am, can’t get over our matching outfit. LOL :p

From Upper L clockwise: Β Sachi and I – The surprise for mommies – Making our ID tag – Posing with Teacher Leah (the school president and Sachi’s teacher nonetheless) and Bopeep and Trey, and another pic of the class with mommies πŸ˜‰

The tub-o-craft that we brought home from the activity. Thank you teachers for bonding activities like this. Now we can’t wait for the dad and child day!