We have three Happy House bloggers today. Shakila, Rukia and Margaret.
Shakila and Rukia have chosen to write about meeting Mama and Papa in Mombasa while Margaret, MC of the welcome home party, is telling us more about that. Wjile in the UK, Mama has been talking to the kids on Skype and told them they could have a welcoming party if they organised it themselves. They did!
The pictures were taken by Mercy.
Shakila writes: ‘On Saturday we went to Mombasa and we were waiting
for you and when we saw Mama Sue, Papa Dave and Auntie Libby we were so happy and we were singing for you.
And Mama Sue said we are going to café and we went to have some drinks and it was nice , we love it.
|Rukia and Shakila|
And every body was ready too
And the bus was so big and we like it.
Thank you Aunt Libby for letting me `to write a blog.
Rukia tells us: I hope you are fine and me too.
You have came back to Happy House Mama Sue and Papa
Dave and Auntie Libby. And we went Mombasa we saw a big place and before we went there we went to airport when we saw Mama , Papa and Auntie we was very happy.’’
So at that moment everybody stood and we started cheering (hooray, hooray) After we finished cheering we were told that the party is ours not for them. So we had to organize a party.
And the Kids Council helped us. So we had to start with the MC, then the activities
|Margaret and Janet|
Everybody was telling me that “this is the best party in the Happy House!”
And I was glad to hear that. That was the end of our party!.
Best wishes Margaret the Happy House family xxxxxxx
|Jeduda reads her own blog|
*Our children know and understand just how the daily blog tells our friends around the world what is happening at the Happy House and every Monday they look back on the previous week with Uncle Billy there to explain anything they may not understand or to answer any questions they have. It is also rewarding for our young guest bloggers to be able to see their work up on screen. Well done kids, you are getting to be very good writers and we look forward to seeing what you have to report in future..