We went to a maple farm over break, but I am not sure it could be called a farm at all. The whole place consisted of a couple of goats, the sugar shack, and this spinning toy that the kids loved.
Now I know why these things at parks anymore. Kids could get their limbs taken off if their not careful; Kai loved it, needless to say. Good times and Ryan also agreed he enjoyed the carny-folk lifestlye we were able to experience for an afternoon.
You can tell from the picture below how slanted this thing was; the toys weren’t exactly kept in tip-top condition.
This is pretty insane. Kai is only 2 years old, but he is already using chopsticks. If you don’t believe me just peep the vid. He is even eating tofu with them, which is probably one of the hardest foods to eat with chopsticks!
It is that time of the year again. You know, the one where you stick your kid’s head on the body of a digital elf and send it out for all your friends to have a good laugh over.
Yeah so I did this little disco dance class with Kai and our friends who live below us, the McNeils. The kids really picked it up quick and well, I will just let you see for yourself.
Staring Kai-Zilla, Manny-Totoro-McNeil, and Finnegan-Blue Eyes.
Update: Fixed the Video of Kai dancing. Sorry about that, it accidentally got deleted.
So this past weekend we were able to get out for a nice dinner at our favorite restaurant. This was of course in celebration of our 2 year wedding Anniversary, which was a month prior to our date out. It took sometime to secure a babysitter, but Kai had a wonderful time, as did me and Aya. My friends were completely surprised at how much Kai ate for dinner: 2.5 bananas, lots of grapes, some baby food and some baby snacks to boot (this is normal for Kaizilla.)
I have some pics of the night out and a couple of the Kai-man playing around with his cars aka Ba-ba’s. Although recently he’s been saying “car” and “truck,” better than most Japanese people.
We also have this funny video of Kai doing one of his many dances. This is from a children’s TV show, with Aya singing in the background.
Videos after the break.
I have a couple of videos to share with you all, kinda keep you up-to-date with Kai-man. The recent activities have been real creative: lots of talking, new words, new expressions, and singing & dancing.
The first video here is of Kai combining his patented jump, with a nice sweeping circle dance. He really loves music; hey what kan I say, he takes after dad.
One more video after the break.