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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Brandon's Taekwondo Promotion Test (Red Belt)

Thursday, Dec. 8th was Brandon's Taekwondo promotion test. It was right after school so we had to go quickly through the snow to get to our car 3 blocks away. Brandon was definitely nervous because he cried. He didn't want to go. We keep reminding him to have confidence.

Everyone was relieved when the test was finally over. Brandon did a great job. Mommy and the Instructors were proud of him.





Congratulations for earning a trophy for "Most Improved".
 
 










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Monday, December 5, 2016

Built a Snowman on this First Snow Day of the Season

So little Brandon and I woke up to a snowy, Monday morning. Lucky for us, there was no school as it was Pro-D Day. Of course, Brandon wanted to play outside and build a snowman. I allowed him. I just watched him from the window as I worked on my laptop.




We also planned to go to Metrotown Mall to get photos with Santa. Traffic was horrible, but we got through it. We got there and just missed the first session of Santa's Photo Op. We had to wait about an hour for the next one. Lucky for us, there was wifi in the mall and we play some PokemonGo gym battles and catches while we waited in the line. So lucky we were the first in the line. The line-up eventually got longer.



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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Visit to the Museum of Vancouver #atMOV

Our next visit right after checking out the HR McMillan space Centre was the Museum of Vancouver. This is a separate museum in the same building as the Space Centre, but on the opposite side. Admission was also separate as well but we have inspiration pass to go inside for free.




There were displays on items we see back in the 80s. They were also items that were back from expo 86. This was long before little Brandon was born and this was when mommy was his age.

Some people thought neon lights were cool and amazing while others did not like it, so these were taken down. The museum have kept it for display.


Little Brandon had a hands-on experience with an old typewriter. I remembered my mom had one when I was his age. These things were way before electronic typewriters or even computers and printers were widely available.



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Friday, October 28, 2016

Dropprice $150 Amazon Gift Certificate Giveaway

Dropprice $150 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Ends 11/7

Welcome to the Dropprice $150 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway!

Dropprice is an innovative startup that rewards moms for being social. Essentially, they empower moms to drop prices of kids & baby products with a click. The price continues dropping as more moms click “Drop the price”. Every week new promotions are launched and moms drop prices by sharing them on social media. See the chart below to understand the power moms have and how important it is to share with other moms.

Dropprice $150 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Ends 11/7

In today’s promotion for the FuzziBunz Cloth Diapers, it started out at $39.90 and for each mom that clicks, the price drops a bit. The price will continue to drop for each mom that participates.

Dropprice $150 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway Ends 11/7

You can choose to share on social media to get more moms to click “Drop the price”, or you can “Buy Now” at the current price. Keep in mind that when the price gets low, they usually sell out and you will no longer have the chance to buy that item. As an added bonus every item on Dropprice ships for free!

Do you want to give it a try? This is such a fun and exciting way for moms to save lots of money by collaborating with each other. If you would like to have a chance to win a $150 Amazon gift card, you can experience dropping the price by following the instructions below.


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ONE (1) lucky winner will receive a $150 Amazon Gift Card
All you have to do is help moms drop the price of the Diapers and you will be entered to win a $150 Amazon gift card. Just click “Drop the price” on the entry form below for a chance to win. For even more entries, share it on your social media networks via the entry form — every time one of your friends also clicks to drop the price, you’ll automatically receive additional giveaway entries!

Contest is open to US Residents only, 18+ (Giveaway ends November 7th, 2016 at 11:59pm EST). All entries unless otherwise noted are optional.  Please enter the giveaway form below. Winners will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!



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Disclosure: I received no compensation nor products for this promotion.  All participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment.  No blog promoting this giveaway have been compensated for this giveaway. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter or any other social media. 




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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Pumpkin Patch Field Trip to Aldor Acres Farm

It was the day of the Pumpkin Patch Field Trip to Aldor Acres Farm and I was one of the parent volunteers. I had to get him ready for school. I drove to the school and parked my car.

When the teacher assigned groups, Brandon got upset because none of his friends were in our group. He was crying all the way to the school bus. Then I heard the teacher said that the kids can sit anywhere and finally Brandon slowly started to calm down. I took out his NDS to share with his friends. The boys had a good time sharing the games on the bus ride.

At Aldor Acres Farm, the group parted ways and checked out what's around. We first went into the barn on the right side. The kids played on the hay stacks and held baby bunnies. Then we went over to the left side of the barn. There were bigger bunnies, puppies in the pen, and more hay stacks for the kids to climb on. They enjoyed that. I was carrying the kids backpacks while they played.


The kids got messy with the mud puddles. I was glad there was a hose to rinse most of it off. It started to rain and got chilly as we were finishing lunch. After lunch, it was the hay ride to the pumpkin patch. The kids were so happy to pick their own pumpkins.



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