July 17, 2011
I’m a mom and I’m allowed to dream big for my daughter. Hee hee. My little girl had a week-long tennis camp, which ended yesterday. It turned out to be a lot of fun – for her and for us, her parents. She didn’t need any coaxing to get ready and go to class, unlike for swimming. Hee hee. The camp location is about a 30-minute drive from where we live. And the community where it’s at, well, it’s just plain gorgeous. I would not mind living there at all! Hee hee. I will eagerly load all our stuff on some material handling equipment, load them up in a truck and then move in to a home that we can call our own. But’ that’s a different dream all together, not to mention a different blog entry. Haha.
I’m glad my daughter had a blast at camp. She wants to do it again next month. Most likely, she will. Tennis greats aren’t made in a day - or even a week! – at camp.
August 26, 2010
We had a fun pajama party two weeks ago in celebration of my daughter’s birthday no. 6. I made her birthday cake myself, of course! It was appropriately themed for the party. The cake was Mocha Chiffon Marble Cake, her special request, filled and frosted with Italian Meringue Buttercream.
We granted my 6-year old’s birthday wish. It wasn’t really all that hard to grant. She didn’t ask for anything outrageous for her age, say, loose diamonds. Hee hee.
The party was super fun, just as we had hoped it would be. Cheers, y’all!
July 16, 2010
In a few weeks, our in-house princess will be turning six. Just a while ago, I was looking randomly at pictures from two and three years ago. My little girl was practically still a baby then! Looking at those pictures, I realized all the more the importance of making beautiful memories with her as much as humanly possible. Time flies fast…too fast! And I hope hubby and I can make memories with our daughter that we all can hold on and look back to with fondness.
My little girl wants a computer of her own for her birthday. She was smart enough to trade a party somewhere other than our house for a present that is really useful. Hopefully, I’ll find a nice little notebook as attractively priced as wholesale computers.
July 10, 2010
learning to ride a bike. My 5-year old little girl reached another milestone when she learned to ride a bike (without training wheels!) last month.
The hard work she and her dad have put into their afternoon practices have definitely paid off. I am so proud of my daughter who never ceases to amaze me. I knew somehow that she will learn to ride a bike this summer. And I was right. My little girl is growing up too fast! When she hits her teenage years, I hope she won’t have the need for best acne products, flawless that is right now. I shouldn’t really worry about those things just yet. For now, I will continue enjoying being my daughter’s best friend and number 1 fan.
June 6, 2010
Look who’s showing off her polished and beglittered nails! Yes, my 5-year old ex-kindergartener!
It’s no secret that I don’t let her play with make-up and nail polish. Call me old fashioned or the ultimate killer of little girls’ joys but that’s just the rule. You can just imagine how ecstatic my little girl was when we were invited to a Hollywood-themed birthday party. She got to have her hair done, her face made-up and her nails polished. After all the “works”, the little girls all got to strut down a red carpet. So for a few hours, my little girl didn’t feel deprived. Hee hee.
It was a fun party and I ate so much! Not good! Hgh pills are sounding good to me right now. Not!!!
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