Friday, September 21, 2012

Erev Rosh-Hashana 2012 תשע"ג

A few pictures of the kids, Erev Rosh-Hashana, all clean and ready

Shana Tova, Gmar-Ktiva VeChatima Tova to all!!!!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Daniel and his new Skateboard

Daniel just had his 5th birthday (more on that in an upcoming post), one of the presents didn't make it in time, and that was his new skateboard.

Grandpa Yehuda really outdid himself this time, it took longer since he had to go to a few stores to assemble the kit including the protective gear and even a special sack to store them in - too bad Mia and Daniel didn't understand how to open it and decided to slice it open with their scissors... :-(

So immediately we started to teach Daniel how to skate, not that my father and I are accomplished at this sport, but still, the basics are pretty, well, basic, and today I took Daniel out for a session again. He was very upbeat and dedicated to it before he got to thirsty and anyway had to go to kindergarten. Still he managed to get some mileage on it and even skated down several speed-bumps with success!

A small technical update: I'm consolidating all the family blogs into one all the old blogs will redirect automatically to the new one.

Monday, September 3, 2012

First day of school, first grade - MIA!!!

Mia went today for the first time to school.
She will be learning in Nechalim in Kita Alef...

It was very exciting, waking up, getting dressed... Mommy took her to school for the first time, meeting the teacher and more.

Next day she went to the bus-station to await the school bus.

Daniel started Gan-Chova with the gananot Orit and Kochava (he is known by the title Little Moishie), and will start school next year. Haleli Zion is going to Rachel where she is the ONLY GIRL (our baby princess)!

The kids posed for the first day

(daddy built a bench for her to sit on while waiting for the bus).

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Daniel's 5th birthday

We had a great time at Dandush's 5th birthday!

Lots of great people, shade, comfortable chairs, a bonfire, hot-dogs, marshmallows, cupcakes,  and lots of paratroopers landing around us (sorry we forgot to take pictures).

Happy Birthday danudush!!!