Why are you so small?
I am not sure. My parents we 10lbs and 9lbs. I happen to be 6lbs.
Where do I get my binkeys?
I get them from everywhere but the smaller infant/newborn ones are my favorite bc my mouth is very little @little_simbabear
How long did it take me to learn tricks?
It took me longest to learn how to ring the bell to go out but everything else was just being repetitive. Saying the same word over and over. I know bed time, trip, turnover, down, poop time @jamieoliver2
Can you swim? Yes but not a fan, rather sit in a warm tub @cabochrisking
🍰Vanilla birthday cake macaron, orange citrus macaron and more favours by @dyleseestoronto, popping up ONLY TODAY at @HyundaiCanada's Booth at the #TorontoAutoShow ! Flavours galore until 4 PM... with a different #Toronto favourite popping up here tomorrow from 10AM-4PM and on Family Day! 👀👀👀👀🍭🎂🍩🍬🍦 / 📷 credit to @saileyelric #HyundaiCanada#KONA#KONACity#partner#tofoodies
Saturday getaway at Kealakekua bay
Just down the street from PCR’s coffee lab and campus is Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park. Kealakekua Bay is a naturally gorgeous, culturally and historically significant site. Its significance spans hundreds of years but is well known as the site of first contact of the Western world with Hawai’i Island by explorer, Captain James Cook. It is also where he was later killed. Kealakekua is surrounded by sheer sea cliffs, crystal clear water, and wildlife. Over three hundred acres of Kealakekua Bay were designated as a Marine Life Conservation District, and another 180 acres of the land behind the bay were added as a Historic District to the National Register of Historic Places. Pali Kapu Keōua (the forbidden cliffs) pictured here were caused by a massive ancient land slide and within the cliff’s caves, became the burial site of Hawaiian kings, chiefs, and dignitaries. On this southern end of the park, you will also find the Hikiau Heiau. The heiau is a very well-preserved ancient temple near the bay and was a luakini temple (for the purpose of human sacrifice). Hold space for the importance of this gorgeous place. Please be respectful, take nothing from the land, keep off of all heiau and leave no trace.