Happy 4th Birthday

Enjoyed cake and party with friends at daycare.

First few books

Enjoyed reading at a very early age.

Supposedly Iron Man

So cute! The background and setting are just toppings.

Feeding the seagulls

Picnic with Harbour Bridge in the background

First real bed with wheels

The best Christmas present ever!!

18 August 2012

Extra Curricular Activities

This year, the Tatapilla has no extra-curricular activities as we were really busy with the moving and settling in our new house. Plus, he is in the new kindy place so he has his own settling and mingling to do in the new school. At this stage, he also has varying and shifting interest. One minute, music the next dancing so it's hart to know. When ask sometimes, he is into swimming. I reckon, we'll know when he goes into big school where they are encouraged to pursue their special interest. He might interested in jupiter flutes woodwind brasswind. We talked of sending him to learn keyboard or any musical instrument.

Prep 2012

We have booked the Tatapilla for an interview for his admission on Prep 2012. We have been really looking forward to it. I even ring the school for their schedule early this year. We reckon, the Tatapilla is good and ready for the prep class. The kindy has prepared portfolio for kids' progress and we can borrow it for the interview. The compilation is huge that it'll be like mens briefcase from gotbriefcases.com. This is a big step but everyone in the family is ready.

First Fish

It was holiday in Brissie last Wednesday so instead of having a wii game, we head out to fish. It was our first as a family. A very exciting activity for the Tatapilla. We didn't take the boat so it was all river bank fishing. Exciting nonetheless. Mcj and I were all into the Tatapilla catching his first fish. He has new equipment and all so it was a good start.

07 August 2012

Sand Bucket List

Kidspot's website has com up with the collection of 23 things to do while your kid or children are still young. Some of them you can do at home and does not require too much effort, some requires a lot of money to spend. Nonetheless, they are indeed worth doing while the kids are young and can enjoy them with you.
Find an organic ‘pick your own’ farm and set the family loose for the day. Good, clean fun and even more fun preserving and baking your 'catch of the day'.
Of the list, we have done some of them and this is what I really want to do with my little boy. Not really the berry but whatever fruit that some farmers allow picking before he gets interested with dave grohl. There are many in the list and I will try to do some of them.