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Spooky Triplets Halloween Funny Costume

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Spooky Triplets Halloween Funny Costume

If you are in LA during Halloween, and you've kids, you MUST MUST MUST bring your kiddos to the annual Montrose Halloween Spooktacular! Held along the historical and beautiful Montrose Shopping park, stroll along the car-free street with hundreds of spooky friends, get tons of candies from friendly store owners, it a MUST-GO for us every year!

We were in cute sailor theme costume except for Daddy (who prefers to scare the kids with his bloody mask), and we had lots of fun spooking around. The night was cold but thanks to hundreds of people and brightly lit stores for warming up the air, it was not so chilly after all.

On our way home, we drop by their teacher's house (Mrs Gibney) for our last chance of treats! Thanks to her Halloween practice session earlier on during the day, the kids learn how to greet and thanks properly during trick-o-treat.

Can't wait for the next Halloween! Yipee!

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Happy Chinese New Year in USA!

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Happy Chinese New Year in USA!

To be honest, it's quite lonesome to celebrate Chinese New Year in Los Angeles. It's not a public holiday and there's no festive mood in a non-Chinese city we live in. We've no relatives here and it's pretty much like any normal ordinary mundane day. LUCKILY, FORTUNATELY, THANK GOD, there's church! We attended First United Methodist Church's Chinese New Year celebration! The kids dressed up in traditional Chinese costume, the boys look like kungfu master and Charlotte wore this cute modernized Cheong Sam dress (Qipao), LOL. (They were very excited and insisted to wear it on the next day too, haha)
So there was this huge luncheon banquet and we were delighted with the wide variety of Chinese cuisine, woohoo!! Thank God for the church, we don't feel so lonesome during Chinese new year this year. The kids got a surprise gift too, Ang Pow (red packet) from the adults! It's a red envelope containing $ for the kids - a traditional custom that we practice till this day. They were so curious and kept on asking "what's Ang Pow?" I told them it's $$ to buy toys, LOL.

“We who had sweet fellowship together, walked in the house of God in the throng.”
~ Psalm 55:14

VENUE: First United Methodist Church Alhambra

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Cosplay At Home

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Cosplay At Home

Triplets playing pretend at home and they were so into it that they want to sleep in their costume!!! Hahahahahahaha!!!

 

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Lantern Festival: Funny Lip Syncing

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Lantern Festival: Funny Lip Syncing

OMG, they seriously failed in lip syncing the Chinese song on stage! It was the Autumn Festival (中秋节) and we were having a celebration at the church. The organizer requested a performance by the kids and my trios didn't make it for the rehearsal earlier on. So you can see the boys getting bored and nearly get into a fight while their co-performers tried their best to sing. Charlotte was slightly better, she's the only one who act well throughout the shows, LOL! Oh BTW, they were wearing the traditional Chinese costume and Charlotte's dress is a modernized Qi Pao, super cute!

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Trick or Treat!

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Trick or Treat!

Little triplets and their Singaporean friends went for an old fashion Trick-or-Treat at the annual Halloween Spooktacular event in Montrose, along the historical Montrose Shopping Park! Store merchants dressed up while kids ran "door-to-door" asking for treats! There were live music, pumpkin carving demo and of course, lots of candies!!! Couldn't enjoy it more, thanks to Montrose!!

Asher: Bumble Bee
Brayden: Optimus Prime
Charlotte: Minnie Mouse

Friends: Megan & Madeline (twin toddlers), Dylan & Mattheus (brothers)

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Preschool Halloween Parade

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Preschool Halloween Parade

Little Triplets and their preschool friends walked around the neighborhood in their cute Halloween costumes! Ops no trick or treat early in the morning, but we had fun spotting flying ghosts on the trees, tombstones in the yards and creepy skeletons crawling out from windows AAAAHHHHHHHHH!! The little tots performed silly Halloween dance and enjoyed a fun potluck brunch, especially those colorful Halloween cupcakes and spooky cookie lollipops, nom nom nom.

Thanks to the Preschool for organizing annual Halloween parade!

Asher: Bumble Bee
Brayden: Optimus Prime
Charlotte: Minnie Mouse

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睡衣日

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睡衣日

看!大伙儿都穿着睡衣上学哦!难道大家都迟起,爸爸妈妈们冲忙地把还没睡醒的孩子们送来学校?还是,这是愚人节的把戏呢?谁也不会料到这是托儿所校 长为了增添上学的乐趣而想出的点子——睡衣日!校长老师,学生们,甚至打扫的阿姨都不放过,大家都得穿着睡衣上学。看着老师们穿上印有卡通的蓬松睡衣睡 裤,真是太滑稽了,我跟老公都憋着嘴忍住笑,差点没笑出声来。孩子们则乐在其中,大伙儿躺在地毯上一起合照,留作纪念。

美国学校都不强制学生穿制服,托儿所也是如此,只要整齐保暖就可以。还记得我小一时,因为穿错运动制服上学而被全班取笑,真是糗死了,到了中学,穿 的是传统别针式铁纽制服,纽扣还得一一别上,我的天啊,都快迟到了哪还有时间弄这繁琐的纽扣啊?到如今,我还会做噩梦,梦见穿错制服被罚站什么的。可想而 知,我恨透了学校制服。因此如今宝贝们上学不需穿制服,这不只让我这患有“制服恐惧症”的妈妈松了一口气,也为我家这种有“众多”孩子的家庭省去不少时 间。你想,不用烫制服,不需别上纽扣,早上起来随便穿上衣服就可出门上学,多简单啊。

也许是“睡衣日”太舒服了,我们到托儿所接孩子时还看到打扫阿姨在打哈欠呢。哈哈,期待下一个“睡衣日”。

Presenting.... The funniest sleeping postures!!!!!

Posted by WinnieTriplets on Tuesday, December 30, 2014

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