My birthday’s not in Dec, this is a very belated post, LOL~ But anywayz! I celebrated my 36th birthday two months later this year because I came down with a very bad illness called mycoplasma in May. It’s my worst case of sickness yet- I fainted in the toilet, couldn’t eat, couldn’t move, nursing a… Continue reading A very Happy Gudetama Birthday to Me!
O is 5! Few months ago, we saw this Jake & the Neverland pirates cake decor set at The Paper Stone and he liked it, so I bought it during a moving sale at around $5. Baked a 3-tiered chocolate ship cake to go with it. It cracked a little but, well, still looked decent, I… Continue reading Oliver’s 5! Birthday celebration at Pokemon Cafe
Though I love exposing O to nature, the weather has been so hot recently all I want to do is hole up in an aircon place. Which reminded me, a few months ago, we were invited to Pororo Park Singapore at Marina Square and I haven’t had time to organize the photos til now! :p Everyone… Continue reading Pororo Park Singapore Indoor Playground
Though an electronic device is convenient for keeping children entertained, I can’t deny I still prefer the old fashioned method of human interaction. There’s a Chinese theatre festival going on right now and two of these plays are suited for children 5 and above (O is only 4 years old but they allowed us through on… Continue reading M1 Chinese Theatre Festival- The wee Question Mark & the Adventurer
O was asking, “Daddy, am I five years old already?” And we told him, “Baby, you’re not even four yet.” Needless to say, he’s really excited about his birthday and can’t wait to grow up. As per custom, we prepared some gifts for his classmates. To be honest, we already ran out of gift ideas like,… Continue reading Oliver’s 4! Birthday outing at The City, Liang court
I’m a cat lover. I don’t mind dogs, but if I were to choose, I prefer cats. Growing up, we had the occasional pet fish, tortoises, rabbits etc, but never a cat or a dog. Somehow, I think my preference rubbed off on O. He’s still a tad cautious towards animals though, so we took… Continue reading Kids-friendly cafe- Meomi Cat cafe
If you live in the East, specifically near Bugis or Beach Road, you’ll be spoilt for choice at the number of cafes available around the area. We visited A for Arbite at Aliwal arts centre today. A few steps down, is another renowned kids-friendly cafe, Eat Play Love. Arbite is a pun for Danish, “work”,… Continue reading Kids-friendly cafe in Singapore- A for Arbite