Happy Birthday Yee Ma! We had her favourite cake from Notte's Bon Ton Bakery. She let Mya and I blow out the candles. My Mommy likes that cake too. It is pretty yummy but you have to drink milk with it.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
My godmother treated us to dessert at Thomas Haas today. I loved my dessert...we were supposed to share but mine was goood that I couldn't help myself...so yummy! Do you see the dessert that looks like 1/2 a dome? It was so yummy. You should definitely try one yourself. Later on Thomas Haas himself...came outside and he gave us each a chocolate to try. He was so nice! He even especially picked one for me that didn't have any alchohol in it.
Friday, April 23, 2010
Here I am practicing my diving. I'm not sure why but it's taking me a long time to get it right. Do you see me in the 2nd photo trying to get away from my Mommy...sometimes I just don't feel like taking pictures. Uncle Kevin was here watching me but I didn't get any photos with him. Thanks for coming to see swim Uncle Kevin.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Sunday, April 18, 2010
Here I am with my Kei Ma (Godmother). She's teaching me some neat tricks that we can do with tennis balls. My Daddy, Uncle Kevin & Uncle Fernando played tennis. It was a really beautiful day and we were very close to English Bay. It was too beautiful for words...I think that's what Mommy says sometimes.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010
We had a Professional Day at school today. I met up with my friend, Ben, at Granville Island and we played at the Kids Market. We also fed the pigeons and seagulls. Ben didn't want to feed the birds at the beginning but he kept asking me for more bread at the end. My parents then drove Ben home and he ended up inviting me to his house for dinner...I had such a great time. Ben-thanks for a great time!
Saturday, April 3, 2010
Uncle Kevin is visiting from London. I'm having such a great time with him that I haven't had time to update my blog lately, sorry! Here we are visiting with the Laughing statues in English Bay. The other photo is from beside the Westin Bayshore in Coal Harbour. Aren't those statues a little scary? I think so too. We walked all the way from Coal Harbour to English Bay. Boy was I tired by the time we got there.