Been a while since I last dolled up. I believe it was for my birthday dinner all the way back in July, just a week before I gave birth to Liam. That’s 2.5 months of wearing milk-soaked tattered old t-shirts!
Boy it feels good to have some clean clothes on. And spending some time on my face that doesn’t involve wiping vomit off.
I inherited the blue top from my mom, it’s possibly older than me. Belt I got about 10 years ago, but I think it still works. Midi skirt and clutch from Chatuchak, Bangkok. Heels from Payless.
Managed to get some work done when Liam was being a model baby for two straight days.
Glad I took the opportunity to do something productive while I had the chance because he started being fussy from 7am all the way till midnight yesterday – a constant cycle of feeding, puking and earth-shattering cries.
Thankfully, he is fine again today, although a bit needy. But I can deal with cuddles, just not the overly frequent feedings #sorenipples and frequent puking #6romperchangein24hours.
Anyway I am now 100% sure he vomits whenever I ate dairy. So byebye whipped cream, pouring cream, milk, cheeses and butter. Till we meet again when I stop breastfeeding……
I haven’t been very creative with dressing my pregnancy. The two things I’ve been wearing to death….old oversized t-shirts or these basic dresses from H&M which I have been wearing way before I got knocked up.
Sometimes I would slip on an elasticated skirt underneath to extend the length if I felt a little conservative.
# – 21 weeks
# – 22 weeks
# – 23 weeks
# – 24 weeks
I love these H&M dresses! They fit my upper body (which hasn’t seen much changes, DAMN you boobs why have you stopped growing???) but stretch comfortably to accommodate the growing belly.
I am obsessed with dropping in H&M just to see if they had brought in new colours cause I want to buy them all.
It is a haircurler made for uncoordinated, clumsy, accident-prone women and men, just like myself! Husband gifted it to me at Xmas, I guess obsessively showing him Youtube videos of Babyliss Miracurl got through to him :)
I have bought conventional hair curlers before, but could never master using it. I always ended up either burning myself or at the verge of burning my hair off.
Too scatterbrained to estimate how long I should leave the hair on the curler and all the turning and twisting of my wrist and hair without burning my face off….wow, how do people even do it!?
Anyone remember this girl?
In the end, I just opted to tie my hair up coz I didn’t know what else to do with my frizzy mop.
Thank goodness, those days are now over, thanks to this nifty gadget with a weirdass name – Babyliss.
It has three time settings, three heat settings and three curl settings (left, right or alternate). I find the best setting for me is medium heat with 10 seconds….my curls could last for 2 full days regardless of sweat, cold and sleep.
# – First, you need to do is get about an inch thick of hair, comb it out (I use my fingers only).
# – Then, slip the Babyliss Pro Miracurl over where you want your curls to start.
# – Then you clamp the hair. It will begin to wind your hair in. No turning the device manually.
# – After that, it will start to beep slowly and when it’s time to release your hair, it will beep quickly. Easy peasy.
# – The trick for the curls to last long is to allow the curls to completely cool down before styling.
# – After hair cools down, run fingers through to loosen curls and style.
This is not an advertorial, I just really love this gadget and want to share it with the world! It can be bought at Shins in Malaysia at about RM700 or slightly more. I know there are a lot of OEMs out there at the fraction of the price but I think better buy a legit brand like Babyliss lah…
If you’re not into spending that much money, you can check out my hair curling technique using socks here. Yeap, socks…as in the ones you wear on your feet.
Hubs also bought me a Babyliss hair dryer later on hehe. The motor is designed by Ferrari (not joking), will probably blog about it soon.