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Sugar Overload


Daughter and I had fun with the Sweet Tooth Fairy today. This is a great bonding activity with your kid or anyone who is a kid-at-heart. :)

First stop was at the Made In Candy store. At first glance, these cute candies look like cute erasers with yummy scents. But it has yummy flavors as well. I love the colors and the different designs of the candies.




Next stop was at Morelli's. We had a blast trying out some flavors before settling on Caramel Dulce de Leche. So creamy! And well, we just love "caramel-y" flavors on anything.



French Vanilla and Caramel Dulce de Leche. More scoops please!




Chicago Popcorn. And because we are still craving for sugar, our feet lead us to Bacchus Epicerie to buy popcorn.



Royce. Last stop was at the Royce counter. Hmmmm ... what to buy, what to buy? ;)


Went home with rum raisin and nama. Happy happy joy joy. :D

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