2021 Christmas At Aukilani Kids

Updated: May 11

What a year it has been! So many of us are happy to see the back of 2021 and looking forward to welcoming a more positive 2022! (hopefully with no more lockdowns!) but we all know every cloud has a silver lining and for many, the lockdown periods have been a blessing.


With the new year here we are reminded of how lucky we have been, to be able to slow down, reset, spend a lot more time with family this year, and make many special memories.


Christmas for our tamaiti meant a lot of presents and fun activities to do! Whether its a day at the beach or a BBQ at Nana and Papa's house, they are always be ready for it! I hope you all had a great Christmas and a Happy New Year.


As we go through this busy season, lets remember the reason for the season – JESUS CHRIST!


We are grateful for our friends and families who continue to support and encourage us from near and far, we're grateful for our amazing and dedicated staff here at Aukilani Kids who continue to provide quality care for our tamaiti to learn, grow and thrive in a fun and loving environment. We're grateful for our tamaiti who continue to melt our hearts each and every day, who tell jokes better than adults and leave us in fits of laughter, our tamaiti who push us to be better every day and remind us to ‘just have fun!’.


lets remember the reason for the season - Jesus Christ.

'Twas the season to be jolly, to be creative, and to have some Christmas fun!

Check out our tamaiti putting up our Christmas tree in early in December and we thought we'd make a little special video to remember our Christmas for 2021. Watch our '12 days of Christmas' video to see what our creative little hands made last year.





























































We also had our Christmas party on December 24th and boy did we have a blast!










































































































































12 days of CHRISTMAS



IA MANUIA LE KERISIMASI MA LE TAUSAGA FOU.

WE WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR.



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