Theme parks during the summer time are the most fun activities for kids, however, I need to admit that for me its a love- hate relationship , because I don’t know what things will trigger Tom and may leads to meltdown. it can be a major success or a total mess. There is no in between.
My both kids love water activities and therefore we decided to take them to Wet’n’wild Toronto.
To minimize meltdown as much as possible, the day before, I made a schedule for Tom and showed him which activities the water park has to offer. I love the fact that their online guide breaks down details about its rides, attraction and other things I should know before arriving.
One of the thing I really adore in Wet’n’wild is that it’s clean and well organized. It feels so fresh thanks to the bright colours and the friendly atmosphere.
Since Tom is terrified from splash pads, even though he loves to swim in a pool, I was impressed by the amount of slides which were accessible to him. His favourite one was the wide slides in the Wet’N’Wild Jr. area.
My older son, Liam was amazed by the other adventures like the Hurricane and Typhoon, and the Crazy Kanuck, both are so sweeping and curving and Blast through high-energy water .
The place is wide and has a lot of area to calm, also there are many picnic tables for eating and relaxing between rides. My kids loved this place, and I am sure We will be back again, probably this season.
There is something about dolphins and whales that makes Tom so happy.
The first time I noticed his fascination was when we visited Ripley’s aquarium. he got so excited by all the under water species, his joyfulness was absolutely undeniable, so we decided to take him to Marineland, which located in the city of Niagara Falls. Marineland is not only focus on a sea world, but also has an amusement park and zoo for land animals, so you can actually spend a whole day in the area.
Tom favourite part was petting and feeding the beluga whale. The look on his face said it all, He was listening to the Instruction of the trainer and followed the right steps. I was deeply moved when I saw how much fun he had getting close to the friendly Beluga, touching and feeding it. I defiantly think that it was an unforgettable experience for him.
When you have a child with special needs it can be extremely challenging to predict his behaviour.
Tom has difficulty in transition from one activity to another, especially when he is having fun, therefore after the amazing performances by dolphins, sea lions and whales, he didn’t want to leave the place and insisted to stay in the venue and to feed the dolphins. All the way to the car, he was crying and screaming “Everyone loves MarineLand”
Whether you are planning a summer vacation or looking for a fun activity for the kids in the weekend , visiting the museum is a perfect opportunity for families to bond. Kids love interactive places, where they are free to explore, create and learn.
Ever since I remember, my son Tom has always loved the sea world. it seems the fishes movement along with their silence, makes him so happy and relaxed. I think it’s the silence under the water that makes him so peaceful.
Summer had finally arrived and there are so many fun activities for kids. Finding a place which will fit my autistic son needs, can be challenging, simply because I have to find the right destination, which will not be too noisy or too crowded. A place that will provide a a calm environment, like a wide field, where he can run and play.
The last time I have been in Masada, a castle on top of a rock plateau, was on high school. I completely forgot how beautiful this place is. Masada has stole my heart, not only that its an historical fortress. that built by king Herod, but also the scenery around the Masada ,with an overlook to the Dead Sea, is just spectacular.
Slowly, but surly the holiday season is on it way, which means that my vacation in Israel is getting closer… I was far away from my family and friends for two year and the idea of seeing them in about two weeks from now, makes me so happy. I guess there is something about the spirit of the holidays that makes me feel so emotional.
I just found a best tech gift for the gadget lover (like my husband) – Google Home Mini, which is a voice-controlled speaker that can be used to play music, control smart home gadgets, answer trivia for questions and more. It’s actually the google’s version to Siri or Alexa type product. The idea behind it, is that the product is even smaller than a donut, but has the power of a superhero.
Yesterday I went to the pop up shop that was open for two days in downtown Toronto. The “Donut Shop” was packed with people who come to celebrate the arrival of the new toy. Google gave away free donuts and the chance of winning a Google Home Mini, packed in a little pink box.
Toronto Women’s Fashion Week is already over, but there are quite a few who are already on my radar. One of the reason I decided to attend to Toronto fashion week is to celebrate the local talent that we have here in Canada. TWFW is a great opportunity to discover these talented designers from all across Canada.
Here are five designers from Toronto Women’s Fashion Week SS18.
Pascal Labelle sets the catwalk on fire with high quality outerwear pieces, that reflect the urban lifestyle. His one-of-a-kind bold pieces including mixing materials like cashmere and leather, with attention to all the little details. It’s not only his passion to design, but also his desire to listen to his clients and understand their needs. Pascal drew inspiration from their stories and their lifestyles. The brand is follows by the motto: United by difference.