January 14, 2013
If you haven’t been out and about lately, then you may not know that the Bear-uary has begun. That’s the celebration stuffed with love, hugs and friendship at Build-A-Bear Workshop. It’s during the season when you celebrate Valentine’s Day and all of the people you love in your life. You know, Valentine’s Day is not just for Valentines. It’s also for friends and family, because those are the people you love to spend time with and those are the people who love to celebrate with you.
I always give my friends and family extra special Valentines. This year, to collect the Valentines from my class, I’m using my Cub Condo to make a Valentine’s box. You can find the craft in the latest issue of the Cubazine, a pawsome magazine from Build-A-Bear workshop stuffed with …new friends, fashion, fun, games and more! Check it out at. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the Cubazine button.
January 09, 2013
What’s up, guys?
So, my bread pudding was amazing, but I’ll have to tell you my recipe later. I have something even cooler to talk about.
The Chinese New Year starts on February 10 this year, and because this is the Year of the Snake, Build-A-Bear Workshop is selling pawsome snakes in some stores and on both their United States and United Kingdom websites. I just wanted you to know because it’s such a unique animal and a very special holiday.
Just look at how cute it is!
The Chinese New Year is a huge celebration and it’s known as the Spring Festival. This festival is celebrated for about two weeks every year. People who work far away from their families have time to travel home and spend quality time with the people they love. It’s a beary big celebration!
Check ya later!
First Day Back!
January 07, 2013
Today is my first day back at school and I’m already late so I’m going to make this one quick. I made blueberry muffins with my mom yesterday, and I was like really excited because I was baking them before my dad got up. I wanted to surprise him, but when they came out of the oven and finally cooled off enough to eat, they were kinda gross, like I hadn’t even put any sugar in them at all.
My mom said I still shouldn’t throw them away though. She said when I get home tonight after homework, she will help me make bread pudding with them. And I’ve never even eaten bread pudding, but she said it’s really good, so I’m going to give it a shot.
Anyway, if this is your first day back at school too, have fun! (Wish me luck! Hopefully my bread pudding tastes better than my muffins did.)
Talk to ya later!