Tiger girl turned 4 years old last Friday. She didn’t have any celebrations this year in school with her classmates as it was the week long school holidays. We had a small celebration for her and went out for lunch and dinner that day.
Our first stop was at JCube where we met up with my mom for lunch and we bought Tiger girl her birthday cake.
The little girl was reluctant to cut her cake as she was more interested to go swimming then eating cake. As you can see from the photo above it looked more like we were celebrating Monkey boy’s birthday then Tiger girl’s.
Tiger girl was finally all smiles when we took her to the pool for a dip. She had been bugging me the whole day to go swimming and was really happy when we finally got to the pool.
Tiger girl went countless times down this slide . This was the highlight for her at the swimming pool we visited. She love climbing up from the back and sliding down the frog’s yellow tongue.
I guess that it must be really exhilarating for for the adrenaline junkie in her to be on such a slide. The pool was relatively empty as it was a weekday so she she could play until she was totally exhausted.
That night Tiger girl was absolutely famished as she could finish the entire portion of food that she ordered for herself. She is eating as much as her brothers and we now need to order an extra adult portion instead of a kids meal for her.
My little girl is really growing up very fast. She will be turning 4 this Friday. It seems like it was only yesterday that she was a newborn.
Tiger girl is less chubby now and has lost most of her baby fat at this age. This few days she is really very vocal and can express herself very well. She will let you know very explicitly her likes and dislikes.
She loves playing in the park and the slide and swing are her favourite. We are lucky that there are many playgrounds near our house so she can have her pick of which she would like to play at.
Tiger girl is still attracted to these kiddy rides that we see when we go out and would ask for a ride. I normally allow her to have a ride if we see $0.20 machines like the one above.
Swimming is one of her favourite activities now and every weekend she would eagerly get ready for her swimming lesson. Since starting swim lesson this January her water confidence has increased by leaps and bounds. She can now swim a short distance underwater without assistance and is learning freestyle at the moment.