It was a very busy weekend, but then again, which weekend of ours had not been busy?
On Friday, we had dropped Z off for his class before bringing X to a nearby mall to check out the ideal size to buy for his winter jacket.
On Saturday, I had a bit of flu and slept in while Mr H brought both boys out. After clearing the PTM, lunch, facial & naps, it was very late by the time we reached 8Q at SAM Museum. The concepts were really cool this round.
Hitting the museum
Tetris gym blocks which the boys climbed all over
Local animations which were surprisingly good (& the kids loved the cartoons)
Origami – making rockets
Cycling which was fun for X but tiring for Mr H & Z
Pom pom making (which was largely made by me!)
The last exhibit was abstract and too eerie for X. Anyway, we were running late for dinner appointment at Suntec City. After dinner, I dragged the boys to Marina Square just so that I could get Z to don on winter jackets for me to decide which size to order online.
Sunday was a sporty day. Z went for his rollerblading trial class, then we headed off to the National Stadium for lunch and soak in the Sea Games atmosphere.
Z had so such intel about Sea Games in school that he really wanted to watch a live game. Hence, we purchased tickets for water polo. It was a round robin day and we caught the 1st match which featured the IND-THA women’s game.
X was really cute and echoed, “Go Thailand Go!” with the Thai fans.
We had to rush off for Z’s swimming class as he had a test.
After that, we returned to Kallang Wave Mall for shopping of souvenir Tees (buy 2 get 1 free!) and dinner at Shokudo Cafe.
We were seated by 730pm for the 8-9pm SIN-PHI men’s water polo game.
The atmosphere was fun, patriotic and infectious. The boys had so much fun cheering and screaming along. When the game first started, Z SHOUTED, “GO SINGAPORE GO!”
No one was cheering at that point so we could hear him loud and clear. Z was so embarrassed and covered his face with his bag. Hahaha…
Anyway, Singapore won the game with 20 goals! It was fun cheering the team on. Towards the end, Z asked, “How come Joseph Schooling never play water polo? He swims so fast!”
We had to use the analogy that a 100m sprinter might not make a good soccer player to get our point across. What a great sporty weekend this had been.
Hosting SEA Games might be the best thing to hit Singapore because it truly inspired the younger children. Maybe we would have more athletes one day. Thank you, team Singapore for helping our children to dream.