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Well this year is just speeding along.

Unreal that we are in February already.

At the end of last year I decided that we should grow an avocado (pear) plant from the seed. It took so long before anything happened and then it slowly but surely the roots started pushing through and then a good while after the stem came and leaves sprouted. The children and I have been mesmerised by the slow but steady growth.

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We started the year out, all of us marveling at the beauty of life.

Watching this little plant grow and grow is very similar to watching these little people that I call my children grow and blossom into big people. I know I have a few years until they are really big people but like the little avocado plant they are doing it slow but steady.

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These two had birthdays at the end of January. They are now 16 and 14 respectively. Ack when did this happen LOL. Happy Birthday to them. Remember when we started our KidFriendly journey just yesterday they were little bits. But slow and steady is what we are about right?! Sigh.

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I know this is a bit late in coming but it is never too late for happy salutations right.

Happy New Year:D

may 2017 be like this sweet little plant and our kiddies full of growth, wonder and steadiness.

Maybe you could grow your own avocado tree, it is really quite doable.

I got the idea from here http://shareably.net/grow-personal-avocado-tree-at-home/?utm_source=scrape&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=scrape&utm_term=pG2LuEGUT8_Tya4FgzmibKkgjrs_0rZ7oZV2Z3CxOzw%3D

Have a great week all may it be Kidfriendly.

 

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List and things

Excited to be visiting here more often.

It’s weekend time and with Christmas right around the corner …teehee there is sure to be many things to be done.

My kiddies have written and re-written their Christmas wish list. And boy are those lists long! I keep having to remind them that there is no guarantee that they would even get one of the items on their list. My crew don’t really believe in Santa Clause cause they know that we the parents/grandparents and aunties buy all the presents but that doesn’t stop me from reminding them to be good or else they would get coal wrapped as a gift. (Nevermind I would not know where I would find coal in Jamaica LOL)

We are looking forward to this this weekend. It is usually a delightful mix of cultures and colours. I enjoy having the children taste the different foods and snacks.

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What are your plans for the weekend! Hope you enjoy it all… in between the homework of course

 

 

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