Yay to having birthdays on Saturday! Well, at least I know the whole world wouldn’t try to bother me with work but just well wishes. 😀
We started my birthday celebration with a juicy burger at Omakase Burger! Burger is juicy and together with some sweet potato fries, it’s the bomb! Anyways, KM and I decided to share the burger since I’m looking forward to binge further when we head to Pasarbella.
I’m a little bit slow and I wasn’t about to expect anything when the husband excitedly told me that he’s bringing me to this cool place.
When I got there, I was pleasantly surprised that we have a ‘farmer’s market’ in Singapore! Something I’ve missed since I left uni back in Aussie. It’s definitely not as massive as the ones in Aussie. But it did provide me with a variety of organic vegetables and fruits from our local suppliers. I must warn you, its pretty expensive since it’s organic and home grown.
This is one of the highlights there. Check out the dude who is cooking a massive wok of paella!
You can check out their fish / seafood section too!
More pastries anyone?
Not forgetting to take a shot of these cute little macarons! I was too distracted to buy minimoh’s clothes and essentials, I made him leave pasarbella before it’s time.
We headed down to Queen Street. Mummys-to-be, this is a wholesaler place that was recommended by a couple of my friends.
Shen Kwong Trading Co. Blk 269B Queen Street #01-246 (S) 183269. Tel: 6338 3260. It’s open from Mon- Sat. Till 5.45pm.
To manage expectations a little, their items are not the prettiest but you can find comfy cotton wear for the little one. They are sold in half a dozen for a range of $12-$13. You can find comfy pants and shorts for the baby too. Mittens and booties sets are sold at $12 for 4 sets. Other traditional items are also sold there e.g. bean bag to put on the baby’s belly so he/she would feel a little more secure, rubber mats to change for the little one (it’s $1-$2 cheaper than John Little or other department store), towels are also sold there. Napkins are also sold there to clean up messes.
As you can probably tell, I’m into my kid’s shopping more than my own. KM and I spent about $110 for all the essentials that he’ll require when he’s out.
My day ended with a bunch of my closest friends dropping by my place to surprise me with a nice chocolate cake and some capitaland vouchers to go shopping!
I’m a really blessed girl. Having people to care for me and showing their concern for my little one on the way makes a whole load of difference.
Twenty nine this year with a twenty nine weeks old baby in my belly!