Aside from the fish pond, we love the Sunday tiangge at our parish church.
Pambahay short and sando sets for 3 for 100. That is right! One set only costs 33 bucks. I used to always go here to buy Aki’s pambahay clothes. Too bad, Aki is now a bit too big for their biggest size.
Dresses for little girls. For bigger toddler, this can be a top. Also 3 for 100. My picture is lousy but this dress with its giraffe prints was really adorable.
This is top is perfect for the summer. Guess how much? 3 for 100 too! If only I have a little girl or younger nieces.
The Sunday tiangge is also my go-to place to buy my pambahay shorts..
As for the food, we love the buritto, pancit palabok, bibingka, and the year round puto bumbong. Unfortunately, the sellers of imported but cheap diapers and homemade passionfruit juice don’t sell anymore.
By the way, April 15, 2012 will go down in our family history as the first time Aki sat throughout a mass from start to finish. I thought that day will never come. Ever since he discovered the fish pond, Aki would drag our hands and lead us to the fishies. When he was not feeding the fish, he would be running in the church grounds. Way to go my not-so-little-big boy!