Hey, what’s up? It’s me, Max, and I hope you’re having an awesome week. Sometimes there are those days when all you need is a hug. Perhaps things aren’t exactly going your way, or maybe you’re just feeling a little bit blah. A hug can really brighten your day, whether you’re giving a hug or receiving a hug. It’s a way to show love and support without using any words. A hug can be just what you need to feel better and add a little pep in your step. Everyone deserves a hug!
Who are you going to hug today?
Bye for now!
Hi from McPopper Children’s Hospital! It’s Lily at the computer, and I hope you’re having an awesome week. Did you know that this week is Garden Week? As you can guess, Ping & Pong and Day Z Girl were really celebrating. Having a garden is truly an amazing thing. You plant and water a seed, and after a little time and care, you can watch that seed grow into something beautiful. It’s so much fun! Do you have a garden? You can plant so many things like flowers, vegetables, and fruits. It seems the choices are endless!
Now it’s your turn to plant a garden…and don’t forget, have a critterrific day!
Hey, what’s up? It’s me, Max, and I hope you’re having a wonderful day that’s full of laughter and fun. Why? Because it’s April Fools’ Day! And that means it’s the perfect day to be silly. It’s the day when we can all be lighthearted and carefree. We can enjoy good jokes with good friends, and we can find moments to giggle and play. After all, what better day to act goofy than on a day dedicated to joking around? But, I’ll probably spend the day not laughing at all…April Fools!
Bye for now!
Hi from McPopper Children’s Hospital! It’s Lily at the computer, and I hope you’re having a great week. We can’t believe it’s almost the end of March! Where did this month go? So in honor of the many exciting things that March brings (and brought), Beary Bruised and I decided to write a poem. We hope you like it!
March Marches On
March marches on,
each day and each night,
bringing us happiness and wonder,
that are full of March delights.
Like St. Patrick’s Day, Purim, and International Women’s Day,
just to name a few.
And the first day of spring,
where things become anew.
Let’s celebrate March
with love, laughter, and cheer.
And let’s be so grateful
that the month of March is here!
Hey, what’s up? It’s me, Max, and I hope you had an awesome St. Patrick’s Day! Here at the hospital, everyone and everything is still decked out in green. Dr. Ling is wearing a green tie, Samantha is wearing green scrubs, and Lily, the Hospital Critterz, and I lined the halls with green four-leaf clover decorations to get everyone in the St. Patrick’s Day mood. Plus, I’m wearing a green Baylor University basketball uniform to get into the spirit for March Madness. That’s my favorite part of March!
We hope you all had a wonderful St. Patrick’s Day!
Bye for now!
Hi from McPopper Children’s Hospital! It’s Lily at the computer, and I hope your week is going really well! This weekend we moved the clocks forward one hour for Daylight Savings. Even though we lost one hour of sleep (which nobody really likes), we ended up gaining one more hour of sunlight in the evening hours. For me, I really like it when it stays lighter later into the night. Whether you can play outdoors longer after school, take a stroll after dinner, or maybe just keep your windows open slightly later, there’s something really nice about getting to enjoy a day that seems a bit longer.
Happy Daylight Savings! And don’t forget…have a critterrific sun-filled day!
Hey, what’s up? It’s me, Max, and I hope you’re having a good week. This week has been really rainy here in Kite Tree, but instead of letting the rain bring us down, Lily, the Hospital Critterz, and I made a list of all of the great things about rain. Here it goes!
- It waters the plants. (Ping & Pong suggested this one.)
- It washes people’s cars.
- It gives you an excuse to put on rain boots and raincoats.
- The pitter patter of rain drops can help you fall asleep at night.
- You can jump and splash in puddle after puddle.
- You can focus on indoor activities like reading, drawing, and painting.
- It makes the sunshine even more exciting when it finally returns!
Be sure to add to our list with your own ideas!
Bye for now!