As I said on my previous blog entry, this is probably my happiest day in Hong Kong! Being in Disneyland gave me a sense of déjà vu, because everything seemed so familiar. I felt like I’ve already sung and danced in the cobblestone streets there. And when I saw the Disney princesses—Belle in particular—I was torn between feeling like I was best friends with her and that I was she in my past life, LOL!
Anyway, isa pang ikina-torn ko ay ang OOTD ko on this day. See, I brought the black lace shorts I bought from Bangkok last year.
It’s really sooo cute and I’ve wanted to wear it for the longest time. However, you guys know naman that I have issues with my legs. Plus Randy is also in the ultra-conservative side. Aside from these usual issues, I was also scared I won’t be comfy because I really am not used to wearing shorts. I was also scared that while walking to the MTR or crossing the street, Raviv might pull my shorts down and BOOM, another Hong Kong blooper nanaman! But when Randy told me there was no way we would be boarding a bus/tram/MTR on the way to Disneyland with our luggage, I decided to wear these shorts. I just had a good feeling that Disneyland would be more relaxed than Ocean Park, plus we would be staying in a Disneyland hotel. I showed my OOTD to Randy and he gave it a thumbs up. Napansin niya sigurong malayong mas malalaswa ang outfit ng ibang mga turista, hehe.
Anywho, here are photos of my full ensemble on our 3rd day in Hong Kong.
At the lobby of Disney’s Hollywood Hotel after check-in:
At the corridor of our hotel room:
- white blouse with puffed sleeves: Kashieca
- black lace shorts: Bobae Market in Bangkok
- gold metallic ballet flats: Yosi Samra
- red leather bag: Balenciaga City
By the way, I have a confession to make: a bad mommy moment. See, when we left our hotel, it was drizzling. I borrowed an umbrella from the concierge before boarding the shuttle to Disneyland. It was still drizzling when we reached Disneyland (because hello, it was only five minutes away). I started to panic because I didn’t want my baby to get wet. So anong bad mommy dun?!? Weeeeeell, the baby I was talking about was not Raviv…it was…my bag. Hehehe! Of course I also did not want Raviv to get wet—but honestly, I was more scared for my bag. Raviv is a healthy boy so I was sure the light drizzle won’t harm him. As for the bag, well, that’s a different story altogether. But because I did not want to be a terrible mom naman to my little boy, I thought of something: I wrapped my bag in its dust bag (Randy said, “Grabe dala mo talaga ang dust bag?!?” I told him I really brought the dust bag in case of rain and because I always have a water bottle with me. Ayoko nang maul it ang nangyari sa Chloe bag ko dati), wrapped it in my cardigan and put it on Raviv’s lap. I gave Raviv strict orders to take care of my bag. My sweet little boy must have known how serious I was, thus he really took my instructions to heart. Then I held my umbrella over my two beloved babies. Look at us:
And even when it stopped raining, Raviv still took care of his nanay’s other beloved: