December 2013 News

Golden Curly Tail is currently going thru some changes. We have been taking a short hiatus since September to re-think, revive and to re-energize for a new look and new feel and to also renew our mission and vision to more align with our new self. Hoping to unveil the new look very soon.

In the meantime, here are a few photos from model, Niki-boy-3 years old!



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Golden Curly Tail at Celebrate Mama May 5th, 2013

An event and marketplace for mamas of all ages & stages!CelebrateMamas5-5-13





Golden Curly Tail was in Walnut Creek, May 5th 2013 for the 3rd annual Celebrate Mama event presented by the folks at Everything Kids Guide!

This event was at the Ygnacio Plaza in Walnut Creek, at Sports Basement. The free festival offered  a wide variety of Mother’s Day gifts, crafts for children to make and take home, and pampering services especially for mamas- of all ages and stages.

Families enjoyed great activities like live entertainment, with new shows every 45 minutes, mom and baby workshops, pony rides, fair-style petting zoo, pony rides, trackless train rides, and spectacular bubble display! Mothers were given a free goodie bag with coupons, samples, and exclusive promotional giveaways from the event’s sponsors and vendors. New mothers enjoyed privacy in our nursing and changing station.

What: Celebrate Mama!™

When: Saturday, May 5th, 2013 11:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Where: 1881 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek

Food, Entertainment & Fun



End of Dragon Year Clearing!

We’re super excited about 2013 as we prepare to enter the Year of the Snake on February 10, 2013!

As we close out the Year of the Dragon,  we have been doing lots of cleaning, purging, giving away stuff that is no longer useful or brings joy to us and keeping only things that serve a purpose, bring beauty and joy to our lives. We have also been reminded of the blessings we received this year and carry the blessings with us into the Year of the Snake.


The Chinese dragon is a symbol of wisdom, power, and luck in Chinese culture. Dragons have long been a symbol in Chinese folklore and art. Temples and shrines have been built to honor them.

Through the symbol of the dragon, many Chinese see divine attributes which they aspire to themselves. In fact, the Chinese are sometimes referred to as “descendents of the dragon.” The dragon is held in reverence and respect in Chinese culture. Chinese dragons control the rain, rivers, lakes, and sea. They can ward off wandering evil spirits, protect the innocent, and bestow safety unto all. They are called lung or long in the Chinese language. They fly in the sky among clouds. Most pictures of Chinese dragons show them playing with a flaming pearl. Legend has it that the pearl gives them their power and allows them to ascend into heaven.

As we said, we are super excited about the upcoming year! Look out for a upcoming news, events and specials from Golden Curly Tail!