The Father’s Day weekend started on Friday for the kids. Z’s school was closed and X’s school arranged a Father’s Day excursion to Urban Farm, Bukit Panjang.
Z followed me to work. He spent his morning making a Lego car, building a Sydney Opera House 3D puzzle, doing his assessment book and getting entertained by a few of my colleagues. This was an awesome perk of working for a pro-family employer. Kids were welcomed to office.
I brought him up to see the much talked about ships
We had lunch nearby and I also bought him a cup of Ya Kun teh which pleased him.
Here was the boy waiting for Mr H to pick him up after half a day
Presented his card to Mr H
By evening, we were back to the usual routine of dropping Z off for class. We had to bring X home to eat dinner and wash up as he slept through dinner.
Meanwhile, Z’s blades had also arrived.
K2 SK8 Hero Pro, Size US1-5 at $189.65
We also got a set of guards for $28. It included wrist guards, elbow guards & knee guards. It was very cheap, compared to what we paid for Micro at $45 for a set of elbow & knee guards for X!!! The importance of market knowledge was prevalent.
Saturday was a buzz as usual.
We attended a baby’s first month party.
Boys thrilled with their buggy ride to the Wavehouse
We headed off for a Father’s Day dinner at Vivo City’s Paradise Dynasty and actually caught the fireworks!
Sunday was another flurry of activities. After replenishing the groceries, we prepped the boys to head to the park for skating lessons and scooting. We had to rush off for Father’s Day lunch at East Ocean. It was such a hot day that we had to detour home for a shower and change of clothes. Z went for his swim class before we headed down to Cafe Melba for our annual “surprise” Father’s Day party. It was so regular that it was really not much of a surprise and Mr H had been a tad disappointed when he thought this party was not happening!
The weekend was so hectic that we were rather glad to have taken leave for the next day!