There’s a new toy on the market which has already hooked Stella, completely. And sadly it’s quickly becoming the new Stella Bribe Toy of 2017, replacing Trolls and My Little Pony blind bags. Her toy of choice these days is the L.O.L. Surprise Doll. Yes, it’s a doll named after the most popular texting acronym. […]
When Peter and I went to Tokyo in October, we brought a few of Stella’s favorite Japanese candy making kits. I say Stella’s favorite, but I’m also a big fan. Not because it tastes good. It doesn’t. It’s even on the verge of gross. But the fact that the pouches of powder and plastic spoons […]
Stella has opinions. On everything. And I love her for that. When you ask for her opinion on anything, and if she’s not in a crappy or dismissive mood, you will nearly never see a shrug of her shoulders or hear an “I don’t know.” She’ll pop off with answers and reasons for those answers. Yeah […]
As a follow up to the experiment wherein Stella dressed me for a week, I had Stella dress Peter, her dad, for a week. She chose some real gems for him, and we were again reminded that true style and swag comes from the inside. Check out the accompanying article at romper.com.
Stella and I attempt to make a chocolate shaped bunny from a Japanese candy kit. It was fun to make, but admittedly didn’t look a whole lot like the model on the wrapper. Perhaps it was because Stella COULDN’T STOP EATING THE INGREDIENTS!
Stella participated in the Vivian Luk Charity Fashion Show which benefitted the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation Cancer Fund. She wore dresses from the Little Miss V collection which included a beautifully hand-painted “Kaylen” dress. To donate to HKAHF Cancer Fund, visit http://bit.ly/1Nsv8nF.
I wrote an article for Romper.com based on an experiment wherein I let my 3-year old daughter dress me every day for a week. I filmed it all. Turns out, Stella has a great sense of style. You can see the article here.