With the Tooth Fairy of Wylie Children’s Dentistry
It was one of the awaited event every Fall season-the Glow in the Park and Boo on Ballard Fall Festival in Wylie, TX every last Thursday of October. We always go every year. My darling daughter enjoys trick or treating and seeing some friends downtown.
Lots of activities and all the stores in Downtown Wylie participates in Trick or Treat. Glow in the Park is held at the Olde City Park while all the trick or treating and Fall festivities are held inside the downtown business area.
Boo on Ballard Street in Downtown Wylie, Texas.
There were free hotdogs, water, and cotton candy, zip lining, bubble pit, face painting, barrel rides, and disco. Lots of fun! Almost everyone were in their best Halloween costumes. This year we got to see the Tooth Fairy. We weren’t able to catch her last year. Yay! K was very happy. The Tooth Fairy granted K some pixie dust. So sweet. 🙂
I am glad that we had a nice weather in this event. Last year’s was very chilly. We didn’t get to do the foam pit because I did not bring extra clothes for K. So she just spent most of the time in the playground. Then we ate hotdogs, tried out TCBY (The Country’s Best Yogurt) frozen yogurt place on Ballard Street and went home at 8:00 P.M.
Free hotdogs and cotton candy.
TCBY – The Country’s Best Yogurt on Ballard Street in Downtown Wylie.
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It was a very pleasant day driving today. We are here on Padre Island in Corpus Christi, TX. It is our small family’s summer vacation this year. Darling daughter is very happy because she’s been wanting to go to Schlitterbahn Waterparks and Resorts. So we had to try going to the one here in Corpus Christi. If I was not mistaken, were were in two Schlitterbahn Waterparks four years ago. We went to one in Galveston Island and the other one in New Braunfels. We all liked the two locations. Schlitterbhan in Galveston Island was indoors. Though the Schlitterbahn New Braunfels wasn’t, there were lots of shady areas because of big trees within the resort. We’ll see if this one in Corpus Christi is nice.
The targeted time to leave the house didn’t go through. We were supposed to be on the road at 9:00 A.M. today, but we had to leave around 11:00 A.M. instead. It was an 8-hour drive overall from Lavon (TX). We arrived at our destination around 7:00 P.M. and headed towards the front desk to check in and everything. After that, we drove to the beach and relaxed a bit. Then we ate dinner at La Palma Mexican Restaurant off S. Padre Island Drive and Whitecap Boulevard.
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Swimming lessons at YMCA.
This week is my darling daughter’s second level of swimming lessons. The class is introduced to water movements. The first level swimming class was about water acclimation where the students were taught to feel confident in the water so they won’t be scared whatsoever. Level 2 is about water movement. Students are taught about recommended and proper water movement in swimming. Also, breathing techniques are introduced as well as proper floating and to get off the water by themselves.
K was joined with my friend’s daughter Ari because my cousins’ are on vacation. The instructor teaches the students in the 5-feet deep water then takes them to the 8-feet deep water for the jumps.