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The Icon of the PNW...
Have you ever seen Rainier in person? If not, I highly recommend it. I remember seeing it for the first time 3 years ago and being speechless. We seriously thought it looked like a wallpaper 😂 Such an unreal mountain and dominates the skyline all over Washington.
Having a toddler at home is a full time job and at it best when u dnt hv any household helps. After becoming 2 she is now a completely changed monkey. Now this time when she got up in the morning says gud mrng to everyone.She has choices what to wear wat not and also ask me frm where I got these clothes😂 She has taste buds and in love with kimish (kishmish) and dates. She loves pretend plays as sometimes she talks on a fake call with no sim phone lol and talk abt everything she does and what she has been scold f by us..She loves her papa a lot although never shows to him.She can easily irritate anyone with her tantrums and stubborn behaviour, this is what I hate in her. This is the time when she thinks as I think everyone is here for her and can do whatever she likes and ask..Gosh poor us. She denies everything we want her to do like wearing clothes eating food going somewhere etc etc and never ending demands..
All she want is our attention my lil attention seeker...😊😊😊😊
Dats all abt Toddler behaviour ...Aage aage dekho hota hai kya...😢 #Blogger#bloggerlife#toddlertantrums#motherlife#kanpurblogger#lucknowblogger#Anvi#Tishyaturnstwo#thetraditionalmumma#yellowfellow#mylove#daughter#mummasgirl
This time no teeth, as suggested by one of my follower to try different expressions so here is the first one, thanks and I really appreciate genuine feedbacks and suggestions, how's the weekend going on everyone 😊😊 Dress from @zara
To love myself to the point of waking up every morning with a heart overflowing with gratitude for all I was blessed with in life. To love myself unconditionally–quirks, flaws, occasional potty mouth and all. To love myself the way I hoped for someone else to one day love me. Fiercely, and unafraid to show it.But self-love is a process, one that will never be truly complete. There will always be more I could improve, more I can learn, more kindness I can show to myself and others.