We decided to pick up Z’s school uniform before the orientation. X and I cooked fried rice before Z came home from soccer. With the unpredictable hazy weather, we had not been able to send him for class weekly.
My little helper
After lunch, we went to buy the uniforms. It was $9 for shirt, $10 for a pair of shorts, $7 for PE Tshirt and $7 for a pair of PE shorts. We also had to order his name badge.
X waited patiently and pensively while Z tried his sizes
After the uniform buying trip, we took both boys to Ice Cream Chef at Thomson road.
Featuring Kenyan Roast, Honey Green tea, peach and chocolate Hershey’s
It was such a hot day but the boys insisted on going to the playground outside Ice Cream Chef.
We wrapped up the day with sending Z to his art class and shopping at City Square.
On the hazy Sunday, we played tennis and hanged out at Westgate.
Featuring my bolster coolies
Funny 3D art
X had a penchant for hats
Z loved his soghurt
So did X…
We popped over to the Royal Sporting House opposite Soghurt and got Z new school shoes.
I believed the shoes would only be this white BEFORE he entered school.
Promotion in store
With more shopping at Isetan, we headed home for an evening nap. I never knew shopping could be so tiring. On hindsight, it was a good thing we did not sign up for Z’s swimming this term. The haze turned horrid that afternoon and hit 180.
We had dinner at a nearby mall and were pleasantly surprised with the $2 Zoo Moove rides. My kids loved this, so did I actually!
We also chanced upon this Retro Party “mini carnival” at the mall.
We played Donkey/Old Maid with the kids, alongside with the free Muah Chee given at the event.