It’s Spring Break 2018. What’s your plans? Do you have some activities in mind for your children to keep them occupied this week? There are Spring Break Camps or programs offered by recreation centers and sport centers but I decided to just keep my child’s schedule open for local travels. In fact, my darling daughter already planned how to spend her Spring Break. Haha!
She has two fun places in mind that she wants to visit this week.
- Sea Life Aquarium (Grapevine, TX)
- Fort Worth Zoo (Fort Worth, TX)
Although she has been to SeaLife Aquarium before, DD enjoyed the sea creatures. She likes watching them and she is interested in learning more about each one of them-especially the sharks. 😀
This will be DD’s second trip to Fort Worth Zoo, too. She was two years old when we first went. Two-year-olds don’t remember a thing. DD went to the zoo in Dallas with Uncle J and Aunt D but she did not want to go back there. So we figured she wanted to visit Fort Worth Zoo.
As I was finalizing our Spring Break 2018 schedule I thought, it’s all good. These places are educational as well as fun. And they are not very far. Yes we are having a staycation this week. Our goal is to not spend too much in our travels because we are looking forward to a big vacation early next year.
Greeting cards, tulips, and an orchid for our 6th wedding anniversary.
It’s my 6th wedding anniversary to my beloved dear husband. We are going on a trip taking our little one to the zoo tomorrow. I hope the weather would be very nice and sunny. Spring time is the great time to go to the zoo. Our darling daughter is already excited. The last time we were there wasn’t enjoyable because she was constipated. We felt bad about that. Anyway, hopefully this would be a great time for her. She loves seeing the animals at the zoo.
Kids really enjoy seeing the animals at the zoo. It is the best place to see the animals in person and the kids can experience how they look like, the sound they make, and their sizes. The zoo is also an educational attraction for kids and for the whole family.
As for me and my dear husband, he took me and DD to a nice dinner at a Mexican restaurant.
Spring season is here and it’s Bluebonnets time. We love this time of the year because colorful blooms and greens are everywhere. Last Sunday, my darling daughter and I went to take our pictures with the Bluebonnets. The park at the lake a mile from our house have thick blooms of it. Daddy was busy mowing the grass so it’s just us. I tried calling my cousin to see if she and her two girls would be able to join us but I didn’t get a reply. Maybe they were still at the church at the time I called.
She’s just playing but I think this pose is precious. 🙂
Of course, the photo session isn’t finished without mommy in the picture. 🙂
We had a great time together as always. Expect toddlers to be very curious of the things around them. I couldn’t get her attention very long because she picks up this and that, asks questions what’s this and what’s that. She want’s to go here and there. My daughter loves exploring. Thankful for a pleasant day and good weather, we sure did enjoy that day.
Everyday is beautiful no matter what the weather is. Life is changing just like the seasons of the year. So let us make every single moment memorable. Enjoy the beauty of nature and spend quality time with your families.