A Late Anniversary Post

Yesterday was my blog’s 1st year anniversary and I was not able to post anything on the blog, not even a simple anniversary post. Uh-oh.

At first I felt bad, but yesterday was such a happy day for my family and I realized that missing an anniversary post is not a big deal at all. But don’t get me wrong, up to this day I am still amazed at how much my blog has grown. I can’t believe that I’ve been blogging about life’s celebrations for a year already. I am very grateful to all my readers, old and new, and so I really planned my 1st blog anniversary to be all about giving back. First is my BIG Blog Giveaway which is still ongoing and will end this Friday, then I have a really COOL free party printable coming out tomorrow, and lastly, I thought about adding a more personal touch to my blog by writing a bit about myself and my family. To start off with that, let me share with you guys a little about our fun day yesterday. 🙂

Yesterday, we took Patty and her cousin Ada to a trip to Rizal Park and, boy oh boy, were they the happiest kids on earth! They had fun running around, chasing birds. We rode on a mini train that went around the park. The park also had a huge playground and they had lots of fun playing on the see-saw,swing, and slide. There were also huge animal statues of dinosaurs, elephant, giraffe and other zoo animals. Of course, my husband and I had to be with Patty to assist her while climbing up and sliding down, so needless to say, we were totally pooped by the time we got home.

Here are some snapshots from our Luneta trip yesterday:

Rizal Park Trip to Luneta Rizal Park Mini Train Ride Mini Train in Luneta

There’s also this special project that I had to work on yesterday which, hopefully, will open a new door for me. I’m keeping my fingers crossed and I hope that one day I’ll be able to post about it. Wish me luck! 🙂

So, it may have been a quiet day here on the blog yesterday, but life behind the blog had been a fruitful one. It was a day well spent with the people I love the most and that is definitely the most important thing.

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