Last Sunday, we went to a carnival organised by their school organisation which is church-based. I think the highlight of the day was the candy floss.
Yu's first candy floss
Possibly Yang's first too
Can't remember already haha!
Kai went to get milo by himself, after some persuading
Perhaps that's why he went home from BPP on his own yesterday?! We were waiting for Sito to come back to the restaurant after sending Yu back as the kid wanted to pee. Kai said he wanted to go home on his own first. I said no coz there was a road to cross. Later when we were leaving the library, he disappeared. I looked to our living room camera and thought I heard him. I called home and learnt that yes, he was indeed home. So worrisome!
Yang played some old-school game machines near his music school - 50cents for three games!!
And it was soccer time yesterday afternoon - they had a lot of fun though Yu had little opportunity with the ball...
Yu tried to make the same structure as me!
Yang can make a good one now
Yang has adopted Kai's signature position, which gave Kai a rough chin!
Now that we go to Mum's place every fortnight, I started cooking dinner on the Sundays we're in. We've had baked pasta and roast chicken (gotta start with something I'm familiar with!), fried noodles and today, soup noodles. So happy that my food passed the fiercest critic Kai!
Miso ramen with not enough soup, inspired by the ramen treats in Oxford
We then retreated to our bedroom coz the boys were still sweating from their game of soccer (again!). I read a cute little book from the library and Yu picked an old book which got picked up by Kai too....
Kai decided to read for us!
Today, we also confirmed our Legoland trip in June. Yup, all in all, a very mundane, and perhaps boring, weekend, with each very much like the other. But such simple happiness in our weekends! :)
Still, can't help thinking about places to bring them to... Just yesterday, was chatting with Kel and learnt how many of today's uni kids may not be familiar with our hawker delights like chwee kuey! Terrible... We need to bring them out to hawker centres more often! (I wanted to do it this morning but forgot coz sleepy :p)