Last week we were at the Singapore Expo to check out Drypers Little Day Out which was on at Hall 4B. There were many families there who brought their kids to take part in the activities that were organised by Drypers. There were a few different areas which were set aside for kids of different ages as you can see from the map above. Parents could attend the talks on how to help your child or let the kids listen to the show and tell sessions which conducted. There were activities for everyone in the family and games which both parents and kids can participate together.
There were certain areas like the Baby Fun Zone , First Aid Tent and Diaper changing area which we gave a miss as the kids were more keen on the rides. You could even buy Dryperz ‘ Wee Wee Dry’ & ‘Drypantz’ from their sales tent and I did see many parents stocking up on them before exiting the exhibition.
The boys had fun lots of fun inside this Thomas the train station look a like bouncy castle. Tiger girl wanted to enter the bouncy castle however seeing that the kids within the bouncy castle were bigger and more rowdy then her she decided to turn her attention to the choo choo train ride instead.
Tiger girl loves trains and couldn’t wait to go on the train for a ride. The boys wanted to go for a ride too but as it was for ages five and under so they had to give it a miss. The train went one small round and she wasn’t satisfied with the short ride. Tiger girl promptly queued up again for a 2nd round once the 1st ride was over.
The boys on the other hand queued for the Gondola after getting their fill of the bouncy castle. There were many families and even babies which went on the ride with their parents. I chose not to go on the Gondola with them as I was looking after the pram and taking pictures of them. They really enjoyed themselves swinging back and forward in it.
R playing with the sign placing it on top of Tiger girl. I’m guessing she must be trying to hide away again from having her picture taken as she was getting cranky by then.
We spotted this photo booth on our way out and stopped to take a family photo. It was not that professionally taken like those we have done before but I found the pocket size shots were nice momentos for me and R to have in our wallets. It was a great day of family bonding for us.
Did you enjoy yourself on the weekend?
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