November 3

Story Telling in the Fire Station

I had been really slow for this past few weeks, I apologized if you didn’t see much updates of my kids progress in learning. Having an active 4 year old toddler is just enough to make my hands so full all the time. I had been pre-schooling the little one from time to time and visiting the local library for some story time and get acquainted with other kids. I believed that in his age, he needs to socialize with other kids of his age so when the time comes when he start to go to school, it won’t be hard for him to adjust. 🙂

Anyway, I got so much to share. Right now, I would like to share to you the special story time a couple of weeks ago that was held in the fire station near the library. We all know that October was the Fire Preventive month, so the fire station invited the library to have the pre-school story telling in their meeting room. The kids were so excited and so does my little one. We meet up at the Library, then walked to the fire station. The librarian read some books about Firetrucks, Firefighters, and other rescue trucks. After the story telling, the firemen tour the kids to their sleeping quarters, kitchen, and entertainment spot. They sure have a very fancy kitchen, equip with healthy foodies. And after all that, they showed the kids their different firetrucks and other rescue cars. The kids were so amazed with what they saw. I was impressed on how equip and complete their firetrucks are.  It was top of the line. Looking at it makes me think of the firetrucks in Phil which is so way far from the firetrucks here in US.

Anyway, the kids had really fun looking around, pretending to be firemen, climbing in the trucks, checking the equipments, and getting the chance to see whats inside the firetruck! It was really cool. Not only that, they also showed how they put on their suit and how quick to wear it. Sounds pretty tough. Well, we all know that firefighter is one of the most dangerous job ever, so I salute this guys who are devoted to their job and showing us what it’s like to be a firemen. 🙂

 BPC #307