Guess What We SPOTTED Last Night!
Post by MamaFiza on November 25, 2009
Oh, oh, cutie pie!
What a special night for our lucky kids! *Alhamdulillah*
So . . .
It’s amazing, it’s real, but what it is?
Yes, my brave boy KiruaMi-cHan spotted “something” a.k.a Little Fella, just after I turn off light in our homeschool room as we’re going to sleep. Great job bro! *hugs*
But actually it’s not last night *sigh*, it happened last week.
At first moment, the King (PaPa) thought big bro KiruaMi-cHan was trying to play around and made an excuse to stay up late *lol* (uh oh, because my kids and I love late-night-camping-games every weekends).
This is it?
La la la . . .
Whoppsss . . .
Those were our breakfast for yesterday. Homemade Fabulous Baguette! (French bread).
Lovelies . . .
Warm and freshly baked bread topped with the flavors of butter and garlic and my special homemade bologne beef sauces (with a special blend of tasty herbs and spices), then sprinkled with Parmesan cheese
. . . . .
. . .
Oh, read below post to reveal the truth
It is . . . .
Tadaa . . .
A light bug!
Hello there adorable friend! ^-^
Oh, so tiny . . .
New discovery! ^0^
YouTube channel: LittleKittleTV
Note: Please click here if you can’t view the above video.
Lightning Bugs are the same as Fireflies. They are members of a particular family of the Beetle Order. The Firefly Family is technically known as the Lampyridae.
Lightning Bugs are beetles. They can’t be “flies” as their name suggests because “flies” are members of the Fly Order. Glow-worms, which produce light similar to Lightning Bug‘s, also are beetles, but they belong to a different though closely related family, the Phengodidae. Don’t you know? There are many Lightning Bug species in this world
Okie dookie, end of our daily science explorer time.
May God bless your homescholing days Amin~
All the best.
p/s: Thank you for your request regarding (WAHM Workshop with MamaFiza), we have 2 event listed (December 2009 & February 2010)! Do email me for details.
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