Mummy Eliz just had an excision biopsy of left buttock sebaceous cysts x 2, and will require removal of stitches on 10th July 2009.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Friday, June 5, 2009
Our usual playgroup had not been meeting that often this year. Everyone seemed to be busy with something every other week.
Auntie Fiona gave birth to little Chezelle. Mummy Eliz had miscarriage. Auntie Pearline opened a shop at Thomson Plaza. Anselm and Kynan went on to Primary School, some of the younger ones started Nursery.
Birthdays are thus a great excuse to meet-up.
~ Enjoying the cake at the pool-side! ~
Actually, we would love to invite everyone and have just a single celebration, but as we lack a suitable venue, thus the preference is to have little celebrations with different group of friends.
The last day of school was Keith’s actual birthday, and it is also the day that we are having a mini-celebration for Chelsea.
So for the kids, it was double fun, two cakes, two goodies bags, and lots of finger food as it was party time on the last day of school.
Keith is a soft-spoken gentle boy, a Mummy’s boy indeed. Mummy Eliz likes him pretty much.
~ The birthday gal and boy! ~
~ Prince chatting up a pretty gal ~
Princess love to draw, and thus, she requested to sign up for Kiddies’ Expression at Toa Payoh West Cc, a weekly art class.
It is just simple drawing and coloring, yet she thoroughly enjoys it.
Catch us spying on her!
~ Deep in concentration ~
~ Us getting spotted ~
~ Her best drawing thus far, do not question why the zebra’s leg is purple ~
The good thing about attending a neighborhood school, besides the highly affordable school fees, is that after school, as everyone lives near everyone, the kids can enjoy a makan session at McDonalds together.
See the happy smiles on their faces!
~ The 3 kids! ~
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
It was a crazy day indeed!
Within a day, we visited the Stamp Museum, the Peranakan Museum, the Singapore Art Museum and the Asian Civilisations Museum.
Well, in celebration of International Museum Day, there was free entry, and lots of kids' activities, thus we would not give it a miss.
Thank you, Mervin for coming along with us!
~ Coolest stamp ever! ~