Do not leave the kids out of sight !

To quote from TBWA :
“How would you react, if one day, your children vanished the moment you take your eyes off them?”.

An ad agency in Malaysia decided to offer lollipops to wandering kids. All 100 were given out easily. The same thing can happen to Singapore. Read the article here.

Even when parents are ever vigilant, kids always try to hide from our sights. It gets worse when siblings encourage each other to play catching or hide-and-seek in shopping malls.

Video : Lollipop lure

True is, kids can get lost easily. Or they might fall down an escalator or get kidnapped. Read the recent news about kids falling from high rise, drowning etc.

Sadly, why are similar incidents repeating themselves?

Parents, your iPhone,and electronic gadgets can afford to wait..
Once something happens, the scar might be permanent 🙁

SpongeBob Squarepants Christmas at Changi Airport

[ Media Invite ]

Boon Yee and Boon Xin are dreaming of Bikini Bottom.
Spongebob plush toy, Spongebob toys

Earlier in the day, we visited two HUGE pineapple house in Changi Airport Terminal 3 !

Spongebob Squarepants and his friends have anchored at T3.

Situated next to Departure gate, do catch the daily shows at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm and 9pm. More details here.
Pineapple house at Changi

If the kids have too much energy, ask them to replace the reindeers at the snow sleigh. As they pedal, Pineapple house’s roof will spin.

Look out for the ping pong balls, you can redeem them for Spongebob souvenirs 🙂

In Santa Claus Village, kids can try to mail a letter to Santa. Sorry, Santa Claus does not have an email address yet :p

Inside the Pineapple house, kids love the periscopes, while adults find Spongebob’s loo amusing. For parents concerned about hygiene, no worries, this toilet’s sanitation standard is as good as Changi Airport’s.

Next, the bloggers were split into two groups. The transit area in Changi Terminal T1, 2 and 3 have different Christmas/Spongebob setup waiting for travellers to explore.

T3’s Italy, do not lean on the Tower !

T2 Transit’s Krabs did not appear please to be woken up be noisy kids 🙂

In T1, we found poor Gary pulling Turkey’s Trojan house. Daddy was about to say “This horse is BIG” but he realised kids had run off in the direction of Spongebob ..
Changi Christmas event, Changi Christmas kids activities, Changi family attractions

Someone has transplanted Russia’s Red Square to T2’s public area. Impressive !
There are some gigantic Russian dolls too.

(image credit Changi website)

Parents become porters ! While we bring the kids around the world via skytrains, kids started to get tired, and a little bit cranky.

We find the make shift strollers useful.

In one corner, someone show his appreciation for the king of fruit, Mr Durian.

Changi Airport’s annual Bouncing Castle is always popular, and we blogged about it in 2010.

But a bouncing castle at Bikini Bottom has got to be epic ! You can bounce at T3 Departure Row 11 with a $20 receipt (per child), and take note minimum height limit of 0.8m.
SpongeBob bouncing castle, Changi bouncing castle

… more Spongebob activities to entertain the kids.

Looking at the first photo, spend $60 and you can buy a plush toy for $3.
** A new character is revealed every week.

Thank you Changi Airport for the invitation, we will definitely return for the bouncing castle. You can find more Spongebob photos on SengkangBabies Fanpage.

– For more Spongbob Squarepants Christmas updates, do pop by Changi website and FanOfChangi page.

– Our family were featured in Changi’s newsletter 2010