My Dad Is Superman


I’m telling you, among all men
My dad is Superman!
Believe me, I’ve got proof,
I caught him sitting on the roof!

He said he had to fix a thing
I bet he flew there like the wind.
And the thing he had to fix
Were bad people and their conflicts.

I have proof, I know for sure,
He keeps every kid secure.
Just like me when I am sick
This is his great old trick.

He has mighty arms to hold
And a heart made of gold.
He is strong and lifts me high
Like I’m flying in the sky.

The biggest smile in the world
His love for me won’t grow cold.
Do you believe what I say?
Mom tells him: You save the day!

I haven’t caught him on the tape
But sometimes he wears a cape!
He says, a hero to become,
You need to think and act like one!

So, I’ll think and act like my dad.
I have nothing else to add.
You don’t believe the words I say?
Okay! My dad is my hero anyway!

Through a Child’s Eyes


How we love to act like grown ups! Sometimes more than we should!

Let me tell you a short story…

It was a lovely evening and we went out for dinner. We wanted to eat sushi and we gave this new restaurant in town a try. Since I put my foot inside I didn’t like it much! It was too dark and they put us in a big table so the communication wasn’t very easy especially when you have a baby in a high chair trying to feed her and talk to the others. My in-laws and my lovely niece Kaydence joined us too. I love them!

We order, the food comes… and… not the best sushi I have had. I sat by my niece and my daughter and surprisingly my daughter wasn’t behaving as usual. She wanted to sit in the booth instead of the high chair because she wanted to be near her cousin. Didn’t want to eat much as well. She is a very good baby but that day her crankiness added another factor on me not liking this restaurant. Ohhh, enough with mom’s problems! Let’s get to the point!

All of us didn’t like the restaurant. When we left, we were making comments of what we didn’t like about it, we ask little Kaydence: “Kaydence, did you like it?”

“I loved it” she said. “It was like we were in a movie theater!”

How sweet is that? How creative kids are? She had so much fun! The dark lighting made her think of a movie theater and she remembered the fun things we did. We talked, laughed, danced to the music for a little bit. I could see other kids smiling at us because maybe they wanted to join these crazy dancing people.

But all we could see was this dark place and this not-so-good food.

I have a little prayer today:

In my darkest days

In my longest nights

When I face battles

And I can’t see the Light,

Just hold me on your shoulders

As if I would be a child,

We see everything better

Through the children’s eyes.

Oh yes! My daughter and other kids teach me this lesson every time I forget! Sometimes I want more shoes when actually all I need to walk is two bare feet. I want more stuff when actually what I really need to make me happy is just a hug.

I want to close with this thought:

I was privileged some years ago to meet the writer Philip Yancey at a conference and as he was talking he said something I would never forget. He said:

“I was asked from a child what Heaven looks like, so instead of telling him what I thought, I asked him the same question. “What do you think Heaven looks like?”

The kid answered with his eyes shining: “I think Heaven is made of chocolate! Chocolate fountains, chocolate trees, chocolate rivers.”

I paused for a little bit and answered back to him.

“Yep, I think it’s just like you said!”


© Ledia Bostic



Fun Days of May (Continued)

 As I promised on a recent post, here are more special days and fun activities you can do in the second week of May! 

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May 8th

No Socks Day –  Do you know that you can make fun crafts with socks? You just need some buttons and some thread. The website below will show you how. If you make yours please send me a pic! I would love to know that you made a day full of it.


May 9th

Birthday of Eleanor Estes. You may ask who is she? Learn more about her clicking the link below and today write a list of all the children authors you know.


May 10th

Clean up your room day! – Yes, don’t let your mom or a sibling to clean your room. You do it and have fun with it. If you clean it very well your mom or dad should give you a prize.


May 11th

Mother’s Day – Celebrate your mom and surprise her with fun gifts you make for her. Here are some of my favorites crafts.

I will post more about this day tomorrow. Keep following me. 🙂


May 12th

Kite day – Make your own kite and fly it high in the sky. Flying kites is one of the most wonderful children’s memories you can create with your family.


May 13th

Tulip Day – I love tulips and the idea below is brilliant. Your family can have so much fun doing this project together. Also make it a competition which one will grow faster and bigger.


May 14th 

Dance like a chicken day! – Click below to get instructions and have a fun and crazy evening with your family dancing like chickens. Ready? Start the music and DANCE!!!!


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Keep in mind that May is the month of flowers so give lots of flowers to your dear ones!


© Ledia Bostic



I Have A Secret Weapon


I Have  Secret Weapon

It’s called a smile,

I use it to make my parents happy,

And to cheer my friend Betty.

If I want grandma to cook for me,

Just a smile I give for free,

Makes her buy the cutest things

She gets younger like she’s got wings.

I don’t know how I do it,

But it helps me a bunch,

Just a smile to my grandpa,

I get candies to munch!

Yes, my secret weapon works,

It works just like that!

The only time my smile don’t work,

Is when I snuggle in the bed,

Oh, there is no turning back!

My parents sing my bedtime song,

And so, my power is all gone!

© Ledia Bostic