March 31, 2014

It is April, well, almost. It is still cold like winter. Our little Florida vacation has long become a memory (ah, the palm trees, sunshine, and the money-hungry fantasy land of Disney). I long for a new mini-vacation.

 The kids are going with their routines (including temper tantrums for Annya), violin on Saturdays, movie nights on weekends, early wake up and rushing to schools. We started coding with Scratch, Yung fell in love with Kodable (the little code-learning app).

Almost April already

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It is April, well, almost. It is still cold like winter. Our little Florida vacation has long become a memory (ah, the palm trees, sunshine, and the money-hungry fantasy land of Disney). I long for a new mini-vacation.

 The kids are going with their routines (including temper tantrums for Annya), violin on Saturdays, movie nights on weekends, early wake up and rushing to schools. We started coding with Scratch, Yung fell in love with Kodable (the little code-learning app).

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March 09, 2014

Yung would always say that when he turned four he would sleep by himself.  I would just smile knowing that it wouldn't happen.  Sure enough, the night he turned four, he lived up to his promises.



Yung said goodnight and went to sleep in his bedroom.  Sometimes he would make it through the night but most times; half way through the night he would return to mom and dad's bed.  This lasted about a month.  Then one day after working a week of nights,  mom said that Yung no longer goes to his room at night.  So the next time mom yells at dad saying that Yung is spoiled, I know who she is talking about.

Emma made a nice train birthday cake for Yung.  Emma, Annya and Yung are all doing well in school. They are also taking violin classes.  Looking forward to a warmer spring.  The Summer may take us to another trip to China...


Yung Turns Four

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Yung would always say that when he turned four he would sleep by himself.  I would just smile knowing that it wouldn't happen.  Sure enough, the night he turned four, he lived up to his promises.



Yung said goodnight and went to sleep in his bedroom.  Sometimes he would make it through the night but most times; half way through the night he would return to mom and dad's bed.  This lasted about a month.  Then one day after working a week of nights,  mom said that Yung no longer goes to his room at night.  So the next time mom yells at dad saying that Yung is spoiled, I know who she is talking about.

Emma made a nice train birthday cake for Yung.  Emma, Annya and Yung are all doing well in school. They are also taking violin classes.  Looking forward to a warmer spring.  The Summer may take us to another trip to China...


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