Our little fan girl made a card for Krystal Brimner today. 😀
Krystal is the one who played Annie when we watched Annie The Musical and Mia was totally smitten after Krystal sent us a message saying she wanted to meet her!
In response, Mia brought out her coloring materials and made a card.
She wrote: Continue reading →
It was the opening night of Annie The Musical and we couldn’t be happier that our 2-month wait was finally done!
We availed of the 25% Early Bird discount last July and we were so excited for Mia to have her first theater experience as part of the audience.
We are big Annie fans and I remember a time when Mia would sing along with the movie soundtrack EVERYDAY. The whole playlist was our morning alarm clock and it never failed to Continue reading →
Helloooo! I have been wanting to post about this since their recital day but the chores always keep getting in the way!
Okay, so without further ado, we took Children’s Theater workshops again last April and May and I’m so glad we did it for the second time around.
Set in a bedroom with a giant TALKING BOOK and toys that come ALIVE, Mia played the child in pajamas who witnessed all the MAGIC. It was entitled “The Best Toys” and I think everyone did great! Continue reading →
It was six in the morning and our alarm hadn’t rung yet when Mia woke me up in her whispering voice and asked,
Where is our Over in the Meadow book, Mommy?
“It’s on top of my desk…”
Oh, there! Okay, you can sleep for 5 more minutes and then we will read again together Mommy, okay? Continue reading →
Remember when she insisted on singing with the show band of Bellevue Hotel earlier this year? This summer, we took the opportunity to nurture that spark. If you missed that story, here it is: I’m Taking Note Of Today. (Come back here after! 😉 )
March came and we started scouting for performing arts workshops. Which one to go with? We thought. There were so many to choose from! Many factors to consider too – fees, proximity, schedule, reviews, and the age group as most would only accept 6-year-old kids and above. Continue reading →