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Family Holiday Fun

The kids having fun in the park

The kids having fun in the park

Last week during the 4 days of PSLE marking I took the opportunity to bring the kids to the park for some fun. R was in town to we had a great time bonding as a family.

The boys going on the zip line

The boys going on the zip line

The last time we were  at Pasir Ris park was back in Feb when R was down for a short break in August.

It was indeed fun for all as the park wasn’t crowded as it was a weekday.  We could spend as much time as we wanted on the different playground equipment  and play to our heart’s content.

Tiger girl on a bike

Tiger girl on a bike

Besides  having fun at the playground we rented bikes so that everyone could get a good workout while being at the park. Tiger girl doesn’t ride the bicycle very often and due to the haze we have had lesser opportunities to spend time outdoors. I’m hopeful that in the next few years she be able to ride a bicycle without training wheels attached.

R and me with our sunnies

R and me with our sunnies

It’s very rare for us to be able to do activities as a family now that R is working overseas.  I took the opportunity to catch up with him and spend some couple time with him too.

R and me getting ready for our date out.

R and me getting ready for our date out.

After spending the whole day with the kids it was our time together with a date night and catch up with some of our friends.

The five of us

The five of us

 

Looking forward to the next time that we can spend time together as a family again.

How was your week like?

 

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Weekend Reflections-Sitting on ICE

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Taking a photo at one of the ice sculptures
Ryan going down the Ice Slide
Roy being helped into the tub

This weekend was lots of fun. The boys  chanced upon this Ice Slide at the atrium  at one of the shopping malls we visited. Ryan’s eyes lit up when he saw the slide. Roy too was extremely interested as he  loves ice and the cold.

We were lucky as there wasn’t a crowd at the mall and the boys didn’t have to wait long to enter the ice arena.  It wasn’t cold at all and they need not put on their jackets to enjoy the ice. However the ice was melting quite fast due to our tropical climate here in Singapore.

The boys  were laughing and enjoying themselves looking and touch the ice sculptures and letting their hands freeze up. It was the first time they have seen such artwork and I’m glad they had the chance to have some fun.

Have you slide down an ice-slide before?

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