The school holidays were packed with soccer and catchup work for Z.
As weekend drew closer, the schedules became more lax. We even took the kids to Tai Seng on a week night just so that I could see if North Face apparels were well discounted.
We had gone down to see the sale loot but was vastly disappointed. I had thought the sale would be very attractive but selection seemed quite poor this year. We did make away with Eagle Creek packing cubes which I hoped would last a lot longer than the lousy ones I had.
The older boys were too high to call it a day after the indoor playground session. They extended their play date on their own accord.
It was dinner time before they parted, also because Z had martial arts class.
There was a heavy downpour on Saturday and soccer was cancelled, to X’s dismay. We made it up by having a breakfast date.
Both older kids were sweet to X who was quite cheeky. They treated him like a Pokemon which was hard to catch because he kept running around.
There were so many of us that we were given a quiet corner of 2 tables. As the kids grew older, I supposed they could have their own table of 8!
It was a rollerblading day for the kids. They were so cute together. Both younger boys were afraid while the two older brothers were taking the floor by storm. We really needed X to gear up and prepare for the end of year holiday.
We had to call it a day to make it for the next party.
These babies from Grand Hyatt were really awesome and offered a myriad of flavours. The kids did not get to eat because they were mostly alcoholic.
What they got was lots of fun while the adults chilled on the sideline.