We are animal lovers and since my son was 5 months we have been going to SeaWorld at least once a year. 10 years ago when I was pregnant with Nico, I did the beluga interaction program, and when I told Nico about it he wanted to do it. Every time we have visited the park, he asks if he could do it. But here it is the thing, you need to be at least 10 years old and 48 inches. So, we promised him that for his 10th birthday he was going to get as a birthday present the water interaction program.
We were initially scheduled to go on February, just a couple of weeks after his birthday, however due to the hundreds of sea lions that needed to be rescued by SeaWorld team, the interaction had to be rescheduled. We also switched to the dolphin interaction because even at this moment, some of the rescue team members are not available for the beluga program. (I have to praise here my son for his maturity and understanding of the circumstances and not being disappointed.)
As you already know I have team up with my dear friend from Cool Moms Cool Tips to have a monthly healthy link up. We want to get healthier and we also want to encourage everyone to join us in this #CoolJourney. This month is all about being hydrated and drink water.
Día del Niño (Day of Child) is a celebration that I grew up with. As a parent I want to teach my son to be a responsible adult, and this includes to learn to do some chores and have discipline. One of the things I want my son to learn is how to cook.