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Time flies too fast! Can you believe that we’re more than half-way through the month of June + shall be ushering the next month in more than a week’s time?

Oh well, June is actually one of my least favorite months + that is no thanks to the rain + storms + the perpetual inclement weather that we normally experience around this time. It means less chance to spend time outdoors + more time to mope inside the house as we wait for the typhoons to leave. It also means more chance for you + your children to get sick.

To beat the June jitters, you might want to make sure you have:

  • the medicine cabinet well-stocked since you never know when this might come handy. {I’ll be back with a post on what to put in your medicine box soon}
  • just scheduled you + your children’s flu shots! nothing beats being prepared to beat those sickness blues away, so book that appointment with your doctor as soon as you can
  • stocked up on bug repellents, as mosquitoes + other insects tend to thrive in a moist environment. Protect your little ones from insect bites by having your all-natural bug sprays ready. I will share Human Heart Nature’s Bug Shield in one of my future posts.
I am sure that others will beg to disagree with me, about June being my favorite month, that is, June is also well known to be the wedding month, after all, + while I write this am sure a lot of couples are having arrangements with MS party planner + the likes, + are busy organizing their dream weddings. Go ahead + do not let me dampen your spirits one bit. Just don’t forget to check out those heart-warming Mississippi weddings for inspiration, right? ;)
Oh well, the recent typhoon has just left the country + we are enjoying a bit of sunshine today. I will make the most of it by bringing the little man to my godchild, Blessy’s 10th birthday party later this afternoon. + just to keep my hopes up, I’ll expect more exciting things to come with whatever’s left of this month! I hope you do, too! :)

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is a 30-something work-at-home mum who blogs in between home chores + child-minding. i love coffee, books + reading, collecting lovely postcards, + spending loads of time outdoors with my little man.