It was the F1 weekend in Singapore. Apart from the first F1 race held in Singapore in 2008, I had not been to F1. However, the city was ablazed with F1 activities (and the haze).
F1 race video game at Metro
I headed for facial and the 3 boys actually staked out at Sony Gallery to play more F1 race games. I joked that they had treated it like an arcade!
It was so hazy that only indoor activities were permissible. We had lunch at Jack’s Place and I was impressed with their children’s meal selection which only cost $7 for a main course! The boys were too hungry and they tucked in right away.
In the evening, we headed back to United Square for dinner at Wee Nam Kee chicken rice. The kids ended up playing with Zoo Mooving.
We also picked up the Man U kit for the boys.
Though X was only 2 years and 8 months’ old, the cutting of the Adidas Man U kit seemed to be on the small side. Hence, we got the 5-6yo size for him. It was $69 for the set but the shorts were too big for him.
For older boys, there was no matching shorts for purchase. Given that the top cost $89 for Z, I got the 9-10yo size and paired with the 5-6yo shorts from X’s kit.
I purchased an additional pair of Adidas shorts for X at $21. Ironically, the 7-8yo sizing was small enough for X. It was an interesting titbit I learned when I used to buy Adidas apparels for Z.
Smart boys in their Man U apparels, sponsored by Mr H
It was also a special weekend because we celebrated Mr H’s grandma’s 90th birthday!
Check out X taking a photo of his great grandma’s Lana Chocolate Birthday cake
Featuring the grandchildren (with spouses) and great grandchildren
It was a pretty long luncheon and the kiddos ran themselves mad around the dining lounge.
Hanging out for lunch
Post lunch, Z had to go for his swimming evaluation test. The haze, lack of practice and unprepared skills meant that Z could not clear his butterfly strokes test. It was back to the pool for more practice for this boy.
Meanwhile, we could only pray that the haze clear up soon for more swimming practice.