Sunday, September 9, 2012

Fun Factory

This is our first time at Fun Factory. I usually set a limit on the amount of tokens/tickets/card to buy when we go to arcades, usually I start at $20 then maybe just go a little higher from there, usually not more than $30. It's enough to entertain her before we go ahead and go home or do other things.

It's still entertaining for her even if she's not actually operating the arcades.

Treating ourselves with Cinnabon sweets.
While I was shopping, RC got bored and ran to this corner and decided she wanted to dance.

 She's usually good  whenever we go out that I don't bring the stroller now at the mall. I also set a time for her playing like the arcade and then she has to help mommy buy some things.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Free / Cheap Activities for Kids

Most of our activities cost about a dollar of less. I get a lot of toys or materials second hand and for some that are new, they are usually cheap like washable paints, paper, puzzles etc.  A lot of things we use are are already things that we have even when RC was not around.

To practice social skills, we also go to free activities for kids and go to the parks around the neighborhood. I love free, yay!

sponge stamping

trying to paint her and mommy's nails (more like painting fingers)

scooping and pouring colored water

practicing our sense of touch while walking around the neighborhood

borrowing a tricycle at the park

stamping and making binoculars with toilet paper rolls

cute drawings

cardboard house
For the Kids Friday

Monday, September 3, 2012

Get to B-Dubs this Football Season

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Buffalo Wild Wings for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

The NFL season will be starting within the next week or so,and anyone who enjoys sports has been anticipating the start of the NFL season.  The preseason is  mostly a test of the others who may not make the final cut of team players.  So, while your significant other is engrossed n NFL football every week, there is a way that you can enjoy the day with them.  You can take the entire family to Buffalo Wild Wings.  So, not only can your family enjoy a tasty meal, but your significant other can watch live football while you’re eating.  Your kids will be happy with the menu items and Mom doesn’t have to cook, so everyone will enjoy the great meal.  So, we can all agree that we should Protect the football. Get to B-Dubs.


How else would anyone enjoy football season? Either you can stay at home and end leftover pizza or stale wings, or you can all go to Buffalo Wild Wings and enjoy time away from home and still allow someone addicted to football to enjoy being away from their computer on game day.  Another option would be to send your football crazy husband to Buffalo Wild Wings, while you stay at home and enjoy a day without football. I am guilty of being not “into” football because it was a sport I did not grow up with. I think most Filipinos like basketball games better.  It all balances out and everyone is happy.  Not only is your husband at the restaurant enjoying chicken and football, but you can be at home enjoying a quiet night with the kids.   Football season is anticipated by some, but loathed by others.  Just try to make it enjoyable for everyone by visiting your local Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant. Protect the football. Get to B-Dubs!

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