Follow up on the bread toaster.The next day, this arrived. A SUPER HEAVY transformer that accompanies the bread toaster, because the toaster was designed for Japan voltages only.😂😂😂When JY said it needed a transformer I really imagined just a regular electrical plug. Not this huge thing which is as big as the toaster. I had to swallow down all the inner protesting voices and just manage a meek, wahhhh very heavy hor. 😂Did I mention it costs $170 for the transformer only. 🤐
I'm not sure why we are still able to post on Dayre, I would have thought the paid version would be kicking in by now, but no matter,I'll take what I can get.Yesterday, I woke up from a very late slumber into almost mid-day, to ringing chime of the doorbell. Scrambling up, I yelled out One Minute!, but the person on the other side apparently couldn't hear me at all. He started calling JY, who started calling me etc etc. Long story short, I received a curious brown package a few minutes later.
Hello.So I DID get immune to reading that motivational quote on my screen. 😕 Hahaha, knew it. But I've been keeping myself busy from last week onwards work wise, because JY suddenly drilled it into my head that HELLO I have very 3figure pathetic income for the last few months.We're definitely not at the comfy financial stage of being able to rely on a single income. So yes. I had to stop my self imposed maternity leave and back to work.
54kg and counting. Gulp.That's a 6kg jump from my pre-pregnancy weight. No wonder JY keeps telling me to go prenatal yoga whoops.Also, I'm still naively thinking that a baby doesn't need many things. The mummy chat I'm in has all the mums sharing all of the items they've been stocking and it's really quite overwhelming!
I think.. I may have felt my baby's first kicks yesterday while lying in bed.I wouldn't call them kicks. More like gentle fluttering.So magical, and now I just keep wanting to touch my tummy to try and feel more of it!It definitely makes the fact that I have a little human growing in me, a lot more real.
We checked into Nest at the Trees, which was a really cozy abode designed with mostly wooden elements. We didn't get the lodges (in the pictures) as I imagine those are for groups of 10pax and more for skiing trips. Ours were rooms in the main hotel itself, but it was close to the onsen which was pretty great!I had my concerns with doing onsen while pregnant, but decided I was just going to soak my legs. The days spent in Niseko were so cold that the hot soak was very, very welcoming.
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