Parents’ dilemma

Our kids are 10, 8 , 6 and 4 now, not exactly babies any more.
Even the smallest cutest princess (at 2 months old here) is going to K1 next year !

No wonder Mummy and Daddy kept nagging that we miss babies.
(Have you read give-us-your-babies post?)
Cycling for kids, teaching kids how to cycle

Anyway, Dumex is giving you an opportunity to reminisce.
Summit your photos at this link, the prizes are quite attractive.

This is our dilemma entry, which will affect all parents too 🙂

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As we remove the training wheels, from four wheels to two, we realised the kids are growing more independent day by day.

As their confidence grows, they are riding further and further away from us.
We want them to enjoy biking’s freedom, yet we wish the kids will stay young and cute a little bit longer.

They are growing up too fast!
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On the subject of wheels and travel, Daddy Andy knows many parents will be interested in a scoot journey too, sharing this cute video from “Elizabeth Vancura”.

We are enjoying the last few weeks of December before school reopens, and we hope your family are soaking in the festive activities too 🙂

Minions at Suntec City

Last Sun, we happen to pop by Suntec city and gosh, we see yellow little things bee-bo bee-bo everywhere! Minions had invaded the shopping mall.

Big and small (balloon) Minions.

There were so many activities for the kids.

Everyone was posing with their favourite yellow character 🙂
Minion show Suntec city

From now till 22Dec, at Suntec City’s West Attrium :
Tue to Fri – 1pm, 7pm
Sat and Sun – 1pm, 4pm and 7pm

Expect full house for every show.

After the show, kids has a chance to collect some cute mini Minions balloons. This artist is good and patient with kids, but poor Daddy has to queue 30 mins 🙁

We also found some famous Mouse at the book expo.

ps.. only pop by Suntec City Mall’s Minion Invasion if the kids (or parents) are die-hard Minions fan. The show is not spectacular at all. It was shorter than 10min before fans troop up to pose with the main characters.