Two close friends are leaving for the US with their baby very soon. They’ll be migrating there and it’s still indefinite when they will be back here for a homecoming visit. Because of this and to celebrate the husband’s birthday as well, we called the group for a special dinner treat at Trinoma last week. As usual, we had a long and fun chat until late night. The time’s not enough actually to catch up with each other’s lives and recall our funny memories way back during our High School days. You see we’ve been friends for more than a decade now so the bonding and friendship is truly special and just unbreakable. Solid. How I wish we will still get to see them in the future either them taking a vacation here or us going there for a short getaway. Who knows we’ll all also migrate there, own one of those Outer banks homes and we could refer here for artemide lighting and the bonding still continues. Only in a different land. Here’s to more decades of special friendship and wishing their family the best of everything.
Tuesday, December 03, 2013
When Knights Were Bold is the latest kit that Kate Hadfield Designs released last week. This is the perfect kit to work with every fairy tale and knight-action related pictures that your kids may have like a school play featuring medieval times wherein knights come in shining armor or when people buy gold bars or do barter with such. It is packed with knightly goodies and not-so scary dragons, according to Kate.
Too bad, I scanned the email late. I could have availed the extra 10% discount code that came along with Kate’s newsletter.
My son’s recent fancy about musical instruments or music in general is just astounding. Whenever he hears a music that he fancies, he’ll ask us to download it on our iphone and iPad so he can play and dance with it (for fast music) over and over. Whenever he watches Imagination Movers on Disney, he asks in his sweetest voice if we can buy him a trombone, violin, guitar or any used brass instruments. He used his plastic xylophone sticks and mini-couches to assemble a make shift drum set. This frame cluster freebe from Chelle’s creations would be great to scrap photos of music-related fascinations as that of my son. Click on the image to visit the blog.
Sunday, September 01, 2013
My son’s school is fond of doing craft activities for special occasions like Valentines. The teacher helps them make a card, a poster and other craft that are just easy to do yet really nice. The kids later on give them as gifts to their parents. Sweet, huh? I wonder what they are up to this year.
My Pinterest feed is oozing with lots of Christmas Craft Activities for toddlers. I’m re-pinning them so that my son will have something to do during weekends. Doing crafts and arts is a great activity while cooling down and resting after an outdoor play. Sometimes, my son rushes to his craft door in his bike helmet in excitement. Glad that my son finds crafts and arts a fun activity, too.