Our little munchkin enjoyed very much the weekend; last Thursday night we went to Amigos ( a bar with an English band) for dinner and Andrea was like a big girl enjoying her food and dancing near the stage ( as nobody was there yet…) but we left after three songs for minors are not allowed.

Poor Princess she wanted to go back there as she’s making some actions that she wants to dance; what we did was to take her Corniche and play near Orry (It is a big statue of a goat carrying a torch and has a big clock on top of the board for the counting of days of Asian Games) but sad to say all the parking lots were occupied and we had to scout a place but quite far from Orry.

Andrea walked, ran and greeted kids of different nationalities as she always wanted to play with kids.

As for the following day, Daddy Nath had to go to Intercon alone for Momsy did not want Princess to stay in the pool again and end up with some sunburn so off we went to City Center for wndow shopping. This mall is like a playing area for Andrea she did not stop for a second and kept on running away from me and visiting shops that are familiar to her especially with some Pinay sales staffs. And she never forgets to drop by near Sweet Factory and aske for some chocolate and candies and don’t forget the ballons in different shapes and characters of Disney. We ended up in a filipino-Italina resto: Florian Cafe and ordered for some mixed pancit and happily munched as we waited for Daddy Nath.

As for Saturday, we went back again to the mall for our groceries and Andrea enjoyed her lollipop and asked for more sweets. As we had our lunch we met some old friends and she started her show again: mimicking animal sounds and laughing out loud while covering her mouth with both hands. Andrea gave a blow also of her dancing prowess in the middle of the restaurant while the oldies are all laughing at her.

As we passed by Starbucks, she waved to two English ladies and got stucked to her giving-flying -kiss-to everyone she finds friendly. But mind you she’s tough too, while her Dad was paying the cashier for our groceries an Indian boy shouted at her and she faced him and angrily shouted at the boy back too! She’s really a grown up toddler!!!

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