I’m not a Tsum Tsum fan, but this is too cute to miss! The Tsum Tsum roving Carnival is here in Singapore! From 3 March to 2 April 2017, you can head down to Bugis Junction and Raffles City Singapore to take selfies with these giant 2m tall Tsum Tsum inflatables. There’s also different activities… Continue reading Tsum Tsum roving Carnival in Singapore!
If you haven’t already been to KidZania with your children, you should totally make a conscious choice to go. And here’s why: Superb, total fun for the kid – Oliver enjoyed himself so much he kept asking us when are we going again. Parents get to “zo bo” (do nothing)– Of course you can hover around… Continue reading KidZania Singapore- A Kid’s Dream Playground!
One of the additional curriculums offered in O’s pre-school is Speech and Drama. I’m not sure the extent it aided in his self-expression skills, but I did notice O is usually especially drained after the class. Which essentially means he’s mentally stimulated, quite thoroughly. And no, it’s not just physical exhaustion cos my son has the energy level… Continue reading An Important note before taking your Child to a Theatre play
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
Does your toddler love construction machinery? Oliver has a fascination with diggers since two years old and though it’s somewhat given way to cartoon characters, he still points them out whenever we pass by them. Sometimes even stopping to watch them do their stuff. So imagine his amazement when we chanced upon this place at East… Continue reading Diggersite at East Coast Park
Down the streets of Jiyugaoka…I love how there’s parking lots for strollers and bicycles…And here we are! One of our sole purposes in Jiyugaoka! … Continue reading Tokyo Travel Nov 2015 Day 4 [pt 2]- Peter Rabbit cafe, Cuoca