>One thing I like about Thailand is that it’s a child-friendly society. They have a recognized Wan Dek (Children’s Day) when kids are treated like guests of honor in an important event. Family elders usually take their children out to celebrate. Restaurants, parks and playgrounds swelling with children is a normal spectacle in the Kingdom on Children’s Day. I quickly joined in the fun when I became a mom.
These outdoor fun photos were taken on an ordinary day. I like the children’s day tradition but since it happens only once a year I don’t depend on it as a reason to be out enjoying the day with my son. I have time off from work – I take Cj out. That’s how I operate.
We went to the children’s museum and after looking inside, spent time outdoors. It’s a huge place. The only quirk was I seemed to be the only single mom there out of the record number of Thailand’s single parents – 2.5 million. Yes, fellow moms, millions! and I could not find one in the Children’s Museum playground that day I was out there with Cj, lol….
Boys will be boys….*sigh*
And was I relieved when his attention shifted to these hanging greens. Aren’t these the thingies they use for boxing and kicking? How about swinging? (Walang alamag talaga) I do know what does the look on Cj’s face mean: Mommy, get rid of the camera and join me!
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