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Tag Archives: kids
I went to two malls and at both places saw Dinosaur exhibits. First at One KM which has an adventure component which looked kinda scary to me – walking a rope with a safety harness far off the ground. And … Continue reading
Saw these Easter treats at Marks & Spenser, Raffles City.
I think the airport is going to be extra crowded with kids just going there to play. There’s a humongous bouncy castle plus disney characters like Mickey and Minnie. Saw this at Terminal 2.
The River Safari is a mixture of an aquarium and a zoo. I enjoyed the it more than I thought I would. I’m not usually an outdoorsy type of person. My favourite exhibits would be the pandas, red pandas (more … Continue reading
I love Children’s Books that are well made. Gonna start writing about my favourite ones.
But back then the back of the couch was fine. There sure are some amazing playhouses in Singapore but they do come with a hefty price tag. Playtents are cheaper (Ikea) but I was attracted to this sturdier pretty one … Continue reading
Ironically after writing a post about the hazards of being connected (due to the ease and portability of devices), I also wrote about my favourite free ipad apps for toddlers. Yes there are advantages we can’t ignore and we have … Continue reading
These days I’m interested in shopping – if it’s for baby or kiddie stuff. Recently I found that City Square is one such place.
I need an off switch for my mind. Here I am, awake at 4am and unable to go back to sleep due to worry. What better to do than to compose a blog post. Haven’t been updating the blog lately … Continue reading