activities for kids

Pirates on Palawan Beach

by admin on April 29, 2012

 

We just had our first visit to the new Port of Lost Wonder on Palawan Beach on Sentosa, Singapore’s first kids club by the beach. Even though we arrived just before 11, there was already a queue for tickets and it was packed. Not surprising given it is Sunday and it is new.

Armed with Suncream, sunsuit and sunhat, Miss C and her friends made a beeline for the main attraction, the Pirate Ship, [click to continue…]

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Themed birthday parties for kids

by admin on January 18, 2012

Miss C loves Disney Junior Asia – both the TV channel and their website. We are forever downloading colouring pages of the Disney princesses, Jake and the Neverland Pirates and Toystory. They keep Miss C and her friends entertained for while when we go out to eat – so thank you Disney Junior for that!

I recently went to a Disney Junior Asia lunch for blogging mums where they launched their “grown ups” section. The idea is that parents can create themed birthday parties for their kids, based on their favourite characters. [click to continue…]

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Listography: Games I used to play

September 10, 2011

This week’s listography has had me delving into the recesses of my brain. It has brought back memories of the good times, when life was easy and responsibility-free. It was an idyllic lifestyle in a small Wiltshire village. These are all games we played when I was primary school age. British Bulldogs Image from Tattoodonkey.com […]

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Is the UK really that child-unfriendly?

June 24, 2010

Nick Duerden asks in an article in The Independent, earlier this month, if an evening out with decent food, good ambience – and young children in tow, is too much to ask? He suggests there’s a mentality in the UK that you shouldn’t eat out with toddlers. You can read the full article here. I […]

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