Celebrating my Birthday #BirthdayVlog #Teenager

Hey everyone! Today, me and my Grandmother had an amazing time celebrating my birthday! I must admit, it was one of the best and most fun birthdays that I’ve ever had! In fact, I wanted to share all of the fun things that we did to celebrate with you all. ✨

And you know what makes it even better? I’m going to provide pictures in between!

So, let’s get this birthday party blog started!

First, I want to say that yesterday, my grandmother gave me these absolutely beautiful balloons. To be honest, the largest one was one of the biggest and most beautiful balloons that I had ever seen! Seriously, just look at the size of that thing!

I mean…the picture speaks for itself.

Okay, so that was amazing, but that wasn’t all that was in store for me! Afterwards, we went to the mall, and my grandmother got a beautiful bracelet for me. She also got me a charm. The front had a family tree on it, and the back said the words “Family is a circle of love.

Besides life, this is probably my favorite gift of this year’s birthday. My Goodmommy (a.k.a. grandmother) knows how much I love my family!

Me right after we picked up my bracelet. You can see my smile even with that mask on, lol. ✨

Afterwards, we went to a restaurant and had some delicious food. I got some chicken breast, a loaded potato, and some a French onion soup. Everything looked and tasted delicious. However, the most delicious part was…the bread!

Have you ever been to one of those restaurants where they can give you free bread before you get your food? Well, this was one of those restaurants! With a little bit of butter, the bread tasted even better! I had firsts, seconds, and the waiter was kind enough to give me and extra bag to go, lol.

Even though we took a lot of our food home, me and my Goodmommy both had a great time laughing and chatting during dinner.

Oof, I’m making myself hungry!

You would think that this was everything we did for my birthday, but it wasn’t! After eating, we both went to a store to get some cool items! I got a new sketchbook, AirPod holders, some scented pens and (non-scented) mechanical pencils for school and art class, two board games, etc.

After that, it was time to go home, and me and Goodmommy played a really exciting game of Jenga! It was one of my favorite parts of today!

It got pretty intense! Also, after a long game, Goodmommy won. But, I still had a great time! ✨

So, overall, I had a really fun birthday, and I’m glad that I got the opportunity to share it with you all! Comment down below what you love the most about birthdays!

Have a happy, healthy, and exciting day, everyone! ✨

5 Ways to Bond with Your Parents or Guardians

What’s up, fellow teens! I hope you all are doing wonderful, today! You know, as teenagers, we tend to want to be more independent, and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, it’s also important to take more time with those we love, especially our parent(s) and/or guardian(s).✨

I mean, think about it, they provide you with food, shelter, love, and are most likely the reason that you have your room, your phone, and everything else that they work hard for.

I’m pretty sure the least that we can do to thank them is spend some quality time together. Don’t you think? ✨

So, are y’all ready to read some ways that you can bond with your parents/guardians?

Let’s get this party started!

1. Set up a weekly movie date.

I’ve always found a movie a little more enjoyable when I sit down and watch it with my family. I know that being a teen can be busy sometimes, but try talking to your parents, and fitting a weekly time, that fits into all of your schedules, to sit down as a family, and enjoy a good movie together!

2. Try helping out in the kitchen.

Another amazing way to bond with your parents is by cooking with them. I’m sure that a lot of us are just used to eating the food, lol. However, cooking with your parents not only gives you an opportunity to spend time together, but it can also help you get some mad cooking skills!

3. Do your work together.

This might be a little hard or even impossible to do if you and/or your guardian(s) do not work or go to school from home. However, if you do, then a great way to bond is have an office room or space that you can share together. Not only can it be an opportunity for your parents to help you study, but you might even be able to help them with their work, as well. It’s a win-win!

4. Have a spa day.

Whether you get your hair done, a manicure and pedicure at a professional salon, or you just create a homemade face mask and prepare some snacks, having a spa day, especially with your mom, can be a very relaxing and enjoyable activity. I mean, laying down, getting your feet massaged, and eating a delicious snack? Sign me up!

5. Take some time to just sit down and talk.

You know, you don’t really need to do anything special to bond with your guardian. Sometimes, all it takes is to ask them how their day has been. It’s easy for a lot of us to talk to our friends about those sort of things, but, always remember, your parents need some quality attention, too!

Okay, everybody! I really hope that these 5 Tips will give you some great ideas on how you can share more bonding time with your parents! Don’t forget, no matter where you go in life, it’s always important to remember where you came from! ✨

Have a happy, healthy, and fabulous day, everyone! ✨