Monday, December 31, 2007

Talk about Business

Months ago, mom was asked to make a business plan. She talked to dad that it is something that she would love to do but due to her hectic schedule, she can’t find time to do the planning. According to her, business isn’t as easy as one, two, and three. It involves careful study and extra time to be able to come up with Organizational design. The Performance Management as well as the Change management should also be taken into consideration. I am looking forward to studying that when I grow old so I'll be able to support mom in her plans. Wish me luck, guys!

Online Slots

Have you ever played online slots or casino slots? Well, don’t ask me because I don’t actually know how to play slots. But when I happened to visit a great site that offers such, I am kinda interested to try playing one of their games. Just by looking at the site’s design, you’ll already know that what they are offering are the marvelous interactive online slots games.

Online Games is Back with Gammon Fortune

I often seen mom and dad playing games online right after their blogging tasks. I don’t know why they love online games so I asked them. They told me that by doing so, it rekindles the childhood in them. All the while, I thought that playing online is just a waste of time, although, I must admit that I’m actually enjoying watching them as they shout for joy. Recently, I learned that to play backgammon will allow them to earn dollars. So I opened the site. It’s all about online backgammon, which is new to me. But then again, I am willing to learn the game especially that one of the highlights of the site is the backgammon online.


Mister Gammon Who

As I’ve mentioned earlier, mom is missing her childhood days every time she looks at me. I just told her that during her off from work, we'll play all day long so she will able to rekindle the memories she had or hadn't been fulfilled. To make me feel alright of what she had just said, she further uttered that her childhood days wasn’t a sad one, though. She did play with other kids too but not so often. She even told me that when I grow a little bit older, I have to enjoy my childhood so when I grow old, I can say to myself and to anybody else that I had really great time playing. Enough of these sentiments, let's talk about the brighter side. For all of you guys, whether you are young or old, you’ll surely love playing backgammon online. You got to see these games, or you’ll be missing half of your younger years. If you have been playing the same old games, the backgammon is a nice pick. But rest assured that whatever games you would love to play, you could play the online backgammonanytime.


Backgammon is Back

Mom have mentioned that every time she looks at me, she is missing her childhood days which hadn’t been fulfilled. But it wasn’t a sad one, though. She did play with other kids too but not so often. Good thing, mom has found ways to rekindle her childhood memories and that is her good news for all of you guys, whether you are young or old, you’ll surely love playing the backgammon. You got to see these games, or you’ll be missing half of your younger years. If you have been playing the same old games, then it's time to try playing on the backgammon tournaments. But rest assured that whatever games you would love to play, you could play backgammonanytime.


Excitement at Gamblux

Mom have written many reviews similar to this one. She said that she have been enjoying online games since. Although it eats her time. So she thought of finding a new game which can pay her back, and that means a few dollars paid-off. She told me that it's just so easy, after browsing the casino online where I've learned more about casinos, I kinda get interested as well., The online casinos can really be a fun way of earning a few dollars. Hanging around at gamblux.com is a win-win experience, which you will surely love. This is true for they have different games which you can play anytime, and of course the money at stake can make them more exciting

Phelios Games

It’s the end of the month of December, and by next year mom will finally get her new CPU. The thought of having a new CPU makes me more excited. You may ask why. Well, mom had good news for me yesterday. She said that she’ll be teaching me to play the mac games. Not just that, she will also teach me on how to Download Games that I can play anytime. All these game downloads will definitely make my new year filled with fun and excitement.


Games for Kids

I’ve been counting the days before mom can finally get her new CPU. What makes me more excited is the good news she had shared just yesterday that she’ll be teaching me to play the mac games. Actually, there are more Games for kids that I could play. While enjoying all these games, mom also added that I have to understand the global warning. Hmmm… this seems to be a real exciting experience.


Thursday, December 27, 2007

Gentle Kiddo





Monday, December 24, 2007

Teaching Kids How to Eat...

  • Bread and butter. Place a small slice of butter on your bread plate. Break off a bite-size piece of bread, butter it with your butter knife, replace the knife across your bread plate and enjoy your morsel of bread.
  • Soup. Dip your soup spoon away from you and into the opposite side of the bowl. Tipping your bowl to get every drop of soup is usually not okay, nor is wiping your bowl clean with a piece of bread.
  • Salad. Salads should already be in bite-size pieces, but if you're faced with, say, a huge piece of lettuce, it's okay to cut it with your knife and fork.
  • Food that has to be cut. With your fork in your left hand and your knife in your right, cut off one bite-size piece at a time. Depending upon your family's custom, you can either change your fork back to the right hand to eat, or eat with the fork in your left hand and your knife in your right.
  • Finger food. This is a tough one. If you're at a picnic and you're eating messy ribs, you might be tempted to lick your fingers (and you can probably get away with it then). In a more formal setting, finger food might come as bite-size pieces you can pick up with a fork or appetizer pick.

SOURCE: http://allrecipes.com/HowTo/Kids-Guide-to-Table-Manners/Detail.aspx

Saturday, December 22, 2007

A Ride With Adeee

Sunday - We all went to the mall for our family day. We've been used to it and I am always looking forward to that day. Mommy rented me a car where I had seated as we strolled around the mall. And it was adeee who pushed the car. I really had great time passing by crowded people, going up and down through the elevator.





Hmmm...One more time mommy?


Kiddie Supplies









































Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Apple Bagel Sandwich


Here's what you will need to make it:

* 1 bagel sliced in half
* 8 apple slices
* cinnamon and sugar

* 2 slices of cheese

* cookie sheet
* spatula


Here's what you have to do:


1. Check with a grown-up before you start this.

2. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees. You can use a regular oven or a toaster oven.
3. Put the bagel halves on a cookie sheet.
4. Put 4 apple slices on each bagel half.

5. Sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar over the apples.
6. Put a slice of cheese on top of the apple.

7. Bake the sandwiches in the oven for about 10 minutes or until the cheese starts to melt.
8. Using oven mitts, take out the cookie sheet and place it on a safe surface so that it can cool.

9. Using a spatula, scoop up half of your sandwich and eat up!

10. Bon Appetit!

Acting Workshop

A day has come when I have to do what my stagemom wants me to...

A laughter beyond tears...

A smiling weeper...


Burst into laughters...

I can't help it mom. Let's try it again some other time, okies?

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Saturday Night Out





Sunday, December 16, 2007

Out for Fun






Saturday, December 15, 2007

Juicy Kiddo





Thursday, December 13, 2007

Kids' Guide to Table Manners

I've got something for you my dear readers. If you are a kid, or a mom you can apply a no-tears approach to taming the young barbarians at the feast. You probably know that having good table manners is a win/win for kids and the grown-ups who love them. So when you teach your children or even yourself a proper behavior at the dinner table, you're giving them as well as yourself life skills that will pay off now and in the future. Below are the guide which you may find useful...

Basic Training

It's never too early or too late to learn the basics of "company manners," and just like learning any skill, practice makes perfect. Here are eight easy ways to exercise your good table manners:

* Wait for the cue to sit down. Unfold your napkin, place it over your lap, but don't pick up your fork just yet.

* Watch and wait. When a parent or the host picks up a fork, that's your green light to do the same.

* If you're eating "family style" and sharing food from serving dishes, pass them from left to right. Take only as much as you will finish, then pass the dish to the person on your right.

* Sit up straight and bring the food to your mouth instead of hunching down over your plate. You are not your dog.

* Speaking of bringing food to your mouth, use your utensils unless everyone is eating finger food. Note: you can eat pizza and still use good manners.

* Chew with your mouth closed; talk with your mouth empty. And if you want to lick your lips, dab them with your napkin instead.

* Ask your family how their day was and share something from your own day; eating in grim silence isn't any fun and making conversation is essential to good table manners.

* Are you finished? Resist the temptation to push your plate away. Place your knife and fork side by side on your plate with the handles pointing right. Straighten your napkin and leave it on the table, near the left side of your plate. Some parents might let you leave the table early, but you should ask permission first.

Know Your Way Around

Which fork do I use? Is that my bread plate? Are you drinking out of my glass? Here's how to face the most complicated place setting with confidence.

* More than one fork? Start from the outside and work your way in. The smallest fork on the left side of your plate is usually for appetizers or salad. If you're having soup, you might find a large spoon on the right side of your plate. If you're having bread, your bread knife will be placed on your bread plate.

* Your bread plate is above and to the left side of your dinner plate.

* Your glassware is above and to the right side of your dinner plate.

* Sometimes a dessert spoon or fork might be placed above your dinner plate.

Social Graces

How to behave like a civilized human being.

* Say please and thank you.

* Try a little of everything you're served, even if you suspect you won't like it. You might be pleasantly surprised. And if you really don't like it, just don’t say anything hurtful.

* Is your family hosting a party? Ask how you can help. Maybe you can take coats or serve hors d'oeuvres.

* Are you dining out? Ask your parents if you can order for yourself. (Hint: don't point at the menu when you order.)

* Do you need to use the restroom? Ask your parent quietly.

* Did you accidentally burp? It could happen. Say "excuse me" and hold back the giggling.

* Are you going to sneeze? Turn your head completely away from the table and cover your mouth with your napkin.

* Here's one even grown-ups forget: if you're a dinner guest, send a short thank-you note the next day.


SOURCE: http://allrecipes.com/HowTo/Kids-Guide-to-Table-Manners/Detail.aspx

Monday, December 10, 2007

Scrappy Gifts from Tita Eden


New obsession=brushing teeth


WANTED: I so totally caught you standing on your wagon!

Too cute to spook...


This is one of my favorite photos of you and I together.
I love to hug you and even though you make faces I know you love it too.
You will never be too big or too old for me to hug.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

A Kiddie Meal Gift from Tita Eden


Mom brought me a watch from Bababee and she told me that it was Tita Eden's gift for me. They had their lunch at Bababee and Tita Eden is too nice to buy me this one. Thank you Tita dhen...Regards to my dearest Chantal, mwah!