22 June 2010

The story of BIG Playground

Entry by Mummy

Today marks the 2nd last day of my long 2 weeks leave with the kiddos but this ain't gonna change my mind of bringing them out. I have been planning a whole list of "what-to-do" before the start of my long leave and I'm proud to say that I have completed almost 85% of it.

The kiddos got so used to my presence at home for the past 10 over days and they have been pestering me all day on where will I be bringing them out later, tmr and even next week. As a mummy who always put them before anything else, it is difficult to turn them down.

Hence I look thru my manual and crack my brain, searching for possible places to bring them, knowing very well they will enjoy places with playground, water play, sand play, art fun for royal highness, cars for the prince and so on....I told them yesterday that I'm gonna bring them to a big playground today.

My nightmare began the moment I told them "Big Playground" cos they have been uttering non-stop the same words for countless times the whole night yesterday, the whole morning at home today and the whole journey to SOL Playground Cafe. :)

Sonny boy got delighted the moment we stepped in as he saw many toy cars lying around the indoor play area. We took some cars to place on our table in order to calm the boy down.

The first thing Royal Highness did was to enter the play area and self-served herself to the pool of toys lying in there.

Sonny boy was given the liberty to enter only after he had his breakfast. He indulged himself with those toys that he had never played before.

The kids were funny. I personally think we have better play area at home, safe, clean and interesting but they enjoyed so much playing with the things there. Some of which I think look like discarded items to me, some has missing parts and some toys were broken already.

Nevertheless, the boy had a good fun time digging ALL the toy cars out. Not even one was spared. Even after some persuasion for him to go outdoor, he still insisted playing the cars a while longer before joining his sister outside. :p

Royal Highness had long entered the so-called BIG playground that I had told her yesterday.

Both kiddos had a good long fun time running, hiding and playing silly games with 2 other children.

It is nice seeing them having so much fun and playing so well together as well as with other children. The bottom line is children need companionship, thus playmates are important. Hopefully they can play well with their new baby bro and be able to 'look after'him too.


  1. thanks for visiting my site and congrats in ur no. 3 coming soon!

  2. Thanks for popping by too and also ur well wishes! :)


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