When we had the very first snowfall this year, the children's school was cancelled/closed so to give them some things to do, we went out to the drive way and shoveled the snow. It was freezing that day so we made sure to bundle up good so we won't get sick.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
As winter sets in, the weather is getting so unbearable outside. The kids gets bored from just staying indoors so on our son's birthday, we decided to go to Kalahari Resort in Sandusky Ohio. It is our tradition on our children's birthday to take them somewhere where they can have fun and visit new places instead of having a birthday party. We could not go on the day of his bbirthday since he have school that day so we decided to go on the weekend.
I love this man-made falls in the front.
When they took off, I gave my husband the camera so he can take a picture. When he came back, he told me an interesting story.
Friday, January 15, 2016
When I was growing up, my parents raised up to be responsible around the house. Each kid has its own chore to do. We take turns in cleaning the dishes, doing laundry, taking care of younger siblings, and we help our parents whatever they want us to help the with. I used to ask myself why other kids don't have the responsibility that me and my siblings have but now I understand. My parents just wanted to teach us valuable skills that we can use when we become adults and they certainly did a great job. I admit, there were times when I felt like complaining but it's just the way it is so we just got used to it.
Both of our kids are great. They might have some attitude sometimes but nothing major that we can't handle.
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Thursday, January 14, 2016
I am loving this guitar stand that I saw online. I was surprise to see that it's only a little over a hundred considering that it has 6 slots on it. This would be a greatthing to have for bands who travels a lot and perform in different places. Musician has so many accessories including guitar pedals and other things that they use regularly.
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One of the judges during the annual Doodle4Google contest in 2014 was an astronaut. Rylie was so excited that she got her Doodle4Google book signed by him and she also got a picture with him during the meet and greet. He was a very nice and friendly man. I remember my son was really quiet when he was telling us things about being an astronaut. It was my first time meeting an astronaut so it was very memorable.
EJ was very excited upon seeing the NASA workshop sign when the activities have started.
Doodle4Google was a great experience for the whole family. We will cherish the memories we've had in California. If yourkids are into arts, watch out for the Doodle4Google contest, they do it every year. A $30,000 scholarship would go along way plus the school get a $50,00 education grant as well if your child win. My kids did not get any inspiration for the theme last year so they did not submit any entry.