Guest Blog By: Amanda “Miss Panda” Hsiung-Blodgett via hartlynkids.blogspot.com May is the month to celebrate the culture and history of Asian-Pacific Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month originated as a congressional bill in 1978 and in 1992 it was expanded from a week to a month-long celebration. This is a [Continue Reading]
It’s raining this morning, for the first time since I’ve been here. I woke up around 8 to lighting, thunder and pouring rain… and I was like, NOW I’m in Cuba. It just didn’t feel all the way like the Caribbean without the rain. I’ve ben waiting for this, hoping it would rain, asking for it to rain, and it finally has. It’s really coming down right now, it’s beautiful, and it smells so clean.
The Getty is kicking the summer off right with a host of free family-focused activities from June to September at both the Getty Center and the Getty Villa. Don’t miss the upcoming line up of concerts, festivals, tours and hands-on workshops. Best of all, admission to both sites and all the activities is free. [Continue Reading]
WOW MOM WITH THE ART OF SPECTACLE AT IRIS BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL This year I gave my mommy an early Mother’s Day present, a date to see Iris by Cirque Du Soleil at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. It was spectacular for all of the reasons why we love the Cirque: crazy costumes [Continue Reading]
We are so honored to be mentioned in the cover article for the May issue of Parenting Magazine. Pick it up next time you are at your local magazine stand and check out “Culture Blind” by Terri Cettina for some good tips on raising a cultured child.