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salmon and orange
Foods high in bad fats, sugar and chemicals are directly linked to many negative emotions, whereas whole, natural foods rich in nutrients – foods such as fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes – contribute to greater energy and positive emotions.
Hello Mommies! I miss joining Mommy Moments. Due to the lack of creative juices, I’ll try to squeeze some ideas from these literal oranges.

With the quote above in my mind, the hubby and I will be taking a road far from what we used to travel…we’re limiting the intake of negative emotion foodsand leaning more to the positive ones. The kids still need meat so I prepare food especially catered for them. When it comes to sweets, we are a little linient with them. As you have seen from my previous posts, I bake with them and have fun doing cakes, fondant and decorating.


I miss my chubby kiddos. When they were younger, they have chubby cheeks that people want to pinch…myself included. While it is never good that kids don’t get sick (it is good to build up their immune system), it is hard when they do. The past week they got “almost” flu, this week it’s scarlet fever. 🙁 Dawty got the virus and has to stay home. Hopefully  the two boys won’t follow suit. This is why I’ve stacked up on fruits especially oranges for a week-long supply of vitamin C. 😉


Orange along with yellow means summer for us! These are some photos of our getaway some summers ago in Italy…and here I thought my kids don’t have orange stuff but well, they do!

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