Apr 112014

Finally spring has sprung and we can see now more sunshine than the rain. Isn’t that fantastic? Well, our children are so happy with this new season because they can spend now more at outdoor than the indoor where they used to do during the winter time.


The kids are  exactly right! In fact, we started enrolling them in activities like swimming, martial arts, and drawing. And speaking of swimming, I purchased some goggles and swim caps yesterday for them to use. Our son is in the Swim Kid 1 and our daughter will be in Salamander as they both stopped their lessons last year as they often get sick due to the weather.

Hopefully the  colds won’t strike at them anymore. We need to make sure that they’re eating healthy, have vitamin supplements taken, wash their hands often and most of all can get plenty of rest.

Apr 082014

Spring is over and spending with those two weeks with the kids was super busy like a bumble bee.  I run errands here and there and seems only during the night was my rest time. Well, do I have the rights to complain? You tell me!

As part of their spring break activity, they joined the Designing the Superhero Cape held at the Library, which I thought at first that they will be the one to make their own everything from scratch, but it wasn’t that way. Instead, the facilitators gave them the half cut of the garbage bag, then let every kid choose the printed Superhero Logo / sketches and have the kids colored, cut it then glued to the cape. Continue reading »

Apr 042014

Our daughter was so glad when she got her Cinderella Book that she ordered last March from Scholastic. The book entitled A Royal Wish comes with the magic wand that will light and creates sounds. I find it a kind of interactive because the wand has a role in the story, if when the reader can use it.

Daughter is happy with this book, but I find the wand annoying sometimes because even a little move it creates a sound.  Continue reading »