Sunday, August 1, 2010

PBW--Kindergarten Summer Festival

---Wakaba and Haruka, enjoying their summer vacation---

We went to a Natsu Matsuri ( mini-summer festival )at Haruka's school at kindergarten last weekend and had a load of fun just like of the last year . It was more fun for Wakaba coz she have met again her former classmates in kindergarten ( same school ) and stayed with them til the event was all over. It's hard to take photos of them coz they would ran away from me lol! Although it wasn't that crowded ( only invited people can join the event ) the atmosphere felt like a big festival coz there were tradition games like yo-yo tsukui ( water baloons ), wa nage, etc to be played by the kids and some booths, too. Last year, Haruka was afraid of the horror booth that we have to accompany her but now she went alone lol! My little girl is growing up fast, she's even wearing her big sissies summer yukata now that I thought 'twas big to her and that we bought a new one for Wakaba to wear this year. Gees, anybody help me for not letting them grow up that soon???
---Haruka, waiting in line to join for a game---
---Wakaba wearing her new summer yukata, love the color combination of black and pink flower and rabbit design------Mama, onechan wa? ( where's Ate? ), Haruka wanted to play together with her big sissy but Wakaba was busy goofing around with her former classmates------I prefer the 'yo-yo tsuri ' ( where you can catch balloons with paper and hook ) rather than 'kingyo tsukui' ( where you catch goldfish with paper nets ) coz the poor fishes will die in a couple of days---
--- Got her water balloon!!------Wakaba, listening to the guest performing with drums------Mom should have at least one photo ( again lol ) while hubby doesn't like to being photographed ( ibo-broadcast ko lang daw kasi dito lol)---
---Fireworks as one of the highlights of the event------Wakaba and her former classmates---
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16 comments:

niko said...

waaaaaaaaaah oo clang help mo rin ako ambilis rin lumaki ni yenggay :D hihihi

love all your photos.. cuteness ni wakaba at haruka.. hihihih yochan tlga yaw pa picture :D edi ikaw n lng hihih

Mrs. Kolca said...

oh dear.. your daughters are both lovely in their combination of pink, white, and black yukata.. the event should be a must-attend during the summer.. looks like a lot of fun! :D

anne said...

Wow thanks for the info, yesterday I and friends were talking about Japanese trends and tradition, kimuno and such, and I was really curious about geisha. It is really sounds interesting how they danced and how they play the guitar., especially when they serve the tea. The kimuno that your kids are wearing, reminds me of our topic last Saturday.

anne said...

anyway mine is here thanks http://www.terryannemary.com/2010/08/pbweekend-with-cousins-at-japanese.html

Vernz said...

awww. Klang, love those japanese traditional clothes ... kacute pagkids ang mag-suot ... mine is up too at On This Side of Town

eden said...

So cute tingnan ni Wakaba at Haruka in their Japanese clothes. Meron pala kayong Kindegarten Summer Festival. What a fun celebration. Baligtad tayo ng weather kasi we are winter here. Enjoy your summer vacation. Hugs to the kids

Dhemz said...

awwwwwwww...ang saya-saya naman...I always love looking at their traditional kimono dress....love all the pics mamiClang....:)

oh dear...I can't help you with that....Akesha is growing up super fast too...my gosh....ehehhehe!

Lucia ♥ said...

Your girls are so adorable! Ah just feel like giving them a big hug :) Sad thing they grow up so fast...sigh. I also wish time would not pass us by so quickly...

marvinbenito said...

Dako na si haruka!taas na kaayo ug buhok..hahaha..

marikoy said...

Nice photos... ang ganda ng costumes nila, so colorful and cute. :-)

Beth said...

ang saya!!! ang cute nilang dalawa. parang andaming holidays and events sa Japan no? I remember me napanood ako dito, un nagpapalipad ng maliliit na air balloons na candle lang yata un gamit? ang cute nun! sobrang romantic din :)
sana someday, makapunta ako diyan! :)

Bambie dear ★ said...

ang saya talaga ng summer dito sa japan, kahit super init.. matsuris and hanabis lang ang much anticipated para sakin.. sarap pa-pictue kasi ng naka-yukata. I love the photos.. ang saya din kapag nag-aaral na mga kids.. ang dami din kasi activities kaya enjoy din sila.

*♥Shydub♥* said...

Awwww what a fun pictures. dako na gyud imu mga baby clang. and they grow up pretty and sweet.

chubskulit said...

Oppps namiss ko to hehehehe.. Ang saya saya naman ng festival. I really love your angels' smiles hehehe kakagigil.. Clang, please email me pala their bdays, sowi I know you gave it to me then but I can't find it wahhhhh..

sassy mom said...

I love the yukata. The photos reflects how much they enjoyed.

anney said...

awww ang cute naman nung 2 sa suot nila!

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