Just a good day

The weather has been so great lately that I’ve been spending a lot of time outside – just the perfect time of year. I was working on my soccer skills and got a few action pics I thought I would share. Chat with you later…


My first rave

Music pumping, bass thumping, people dressed up in costumes, and glow sticks waving in the air – that was the scene Friday night at my school’s rave. School officials actually called it a Storybook Ball, but us kids preferred to call it a rave. We were suppose to wear a costume from a book and I wasn’t going to go, but at the last minute I decided to go so daddy had to dig up last year’s Batman costume because my costume this year isn’t from a book. I’m glad I decided to go because I had a blast and got to get my groove on.
I’m the blue and grey Batman in the middle of the pack. You can see me real well about 30 seconds into the video.

All’s Fair with love and Grannie!

One Dallas tradition that I hadn’t taken part in yet was the annual trek down to the State Fair of Texas….that is until this year when Grannie treated her favorite little boy to the annual event – that’s me!

I wasn’t exactly sure what the Fair was going to be like, but daddy and mommy said it was going to be like Pleasure Pier in Galveston, only bigger. I was pumped and ready to be on my best behavior so I could be spoiled by Grannie – and she didn’t disappoint.

My mission for the Fair was simple – have fun, ride some rides, see some animals, and win enough stuffed animals for mommy, daddy, and me – mission accomplished. I had a blast. I got to see Big Tex which has been around for longer than Grannie has been around. She told me she remembered seeing him as a kid and that daddy saw him when he was a kid. When we got there, we didn’t waste much time getting down to business – we spotted the roller coaster and we were going to ride. Grannie said I didn’t have anything to worry about, but she forgets she’s not 6 anymore and little metal carts  flying around on temporary railing at terminal velocity speeds is a little something to worry about, but by the time I pieced all this together it was too late – I was strapped/trapped in and ready to go. I didn’t scream one bit, but I didn’t like it one bit either. Grannie, on the other hand, loved it and screamed the whole time (wonder where daddy gets it from). Needless to say, I had trust issues the rest of the day – with Grannie and any ride that claimed to be fun. So this left us with plenty of tickets to play games.

We played all kinds of games and for the most part the carnies made sure I would win a little something at least. Of course, all the money we gave them helped. I walked away with a hippo, duck, giraffe, bear, Scooby, balloon, and more and Grannie had to carry them all – even on the roller coaster.

One thing we did while we were there was look at all kinds of animals – they were kinda smelly. And we saw some little piggies race – that was so funny. Our piggy, Forest, came in last even though we were all yelling, “Run, Forest, run!

After the Fair, Grannie and I were so tired, but already talking about next year’s outing to the Fair.

PaKo Productions presents….

This is what I mentioned the other day that has been keeping me busy – directing Angry Bird action films. I aspire to to be the G-rated Quentin Tarantino and I draw on inspiration from the likes of taat2d, angrybirds12birds and can only hope to get sponsored like superugly18 who is huge in the Plush Toy YouTube genre.



Hula Baby

Problem: It became clear to me that I was the only one in my class who didn’t know how to Hula Hoop – I wasn’t even sure if you spelled it hoola or hula for that matter. So I talked it over with my folks and we came to the conclusion that they were falling down on their duties as parents and never taught me how to hula or even bought me Hula Hoop. Of course, their defense was that we no longer live in the 50’s, but they should know the Hula Hoop is timeless.

Solution: Grannie heard I couldn’t hula and didn’t have a hoop so she rushed to the toy store and bought me one. We made it our mission to get my hula on and that’s just what we did….

Catch up

It’s been a while so sorry to disappoint – I have been busy learning and getting use to my new school. I have also been busy with another project I will tell you about in a few.

So about school, everything has been pretty cool. I love music, art, and PE the best. PE is actually a lot like Stretch-n-Grow that I refused to do for 3 years at my old school. I may have been wrong about that, but I will never admit it to anyone. I’m learning some of the same stuff I did at my old school, but I am getting even better at it so it’s all good. I do color in the lines a lot better now. Daddy does tell me that it’s okay to color out of the lines every now and then or when I get inspired then he started spouting off names like Picasso, Matisse, Pollock, and so on. He says it will make a lot more sense when I get older so I will just have to trust him on that one.

My teachers and classmates are pretty cool other than the two girls at my table who keep taking my crayons. They make me pretty mad when they do that. Mommy and daddy want to get involved, but they know I have to figure out how to handle this situation on my own so I develop those people/negotiation/coping skills. Other than that, they are actually pretty cool and every now and then, we walk to the office together to return stuff. I also walk to my class by myself now – mommy and daddy can’t walk past a certain point now so I have to do it on my own. It isn’t the best walk, but not so bad – haven’t got lost yet.

The other day was one of the best days at school because we had Spirit Day. It’s kind of like a pep rally from what my parents say, but without the sports teams. Below is a video from the rally.

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