My girls like almost all girls love to bask in pink stuff. It's their official color, don't you think? In our house alone, in the kids room, where we also sleep (because it's bigger and saving up on air con costs), splashes of pink and purple are everywhere. Oh yes even in the living room, where their toys, books and other art supplies are perched on some places. They even planned to dye our puppy pink. LOL!
Though that is the case, my husband didn't mind.
So when I found out that Sophie's Mom have branched out at McKinley Hill, I made sure to have my kids check it out. And boy, they were in for a treat!
As expected, come Sunday, before we attended the church service at New Life the Fort, we passed by The Piazza, but as the guards advised me that the shop is located at Tuscany, we don't have an option but to walk towards it.
But the walk towards the place was leisurely, my daughters even kept asking us, if the place really look like the ones in Italy. Which we suggested yes, somehow, "but the buildings in Italy are vintage and more classic," Daddy explained, well for one, they are centuries old. It was nice to bring back the memories of our trip years ago at Milan, seems like a piece of Italy in Manila was brought nearer to us.
PINK is how I would identify Sophie's Mom with! Why not? Pink is not only the color that girls, even my girls, love, it also denoted as a delicate color that means sweet, nice, playful, cute, romantic, charming, feminine, and tenderness, and mostly associated with bubble gum, flowers, babies, little girls, cotton candy, and sweetness.
One thing that's worth a mention is how these cupcakes sparked up her last birthday party. Read about it HERE...
The McKinley branch is actually the newest of the six pop up stores and bakeries and one she consider's another happy place.
When you come by, don't forget to leave some love, by writing some message on their guest board.
Yey, my girls had their posts up on the middle!
Address: Tuscany, Upper Mckinley Road, Mckinley Hill, Taguig City
Facebook: Sophie's Mom