Category Archives: Toys and Games

“Eat this!”

It seems like every kid eventually goes through a “gross” phase. “Eat this bug!” Z commanded. To be clear, it was not alive. And it was just a plastic “kuti-kuti” bug. One of the newer attempts to replicate the little … Continue reading

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Z reads me to sleep (or tries to)

One weekend, as I was trying to take an afternoon nap, Z decided to help. By reading me a bedtime story. This would of course not be helpful because I’m not 3 years old anymore. But the novelty of being … Continue reading

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Z rules!

Z was attracted by an arcade and pulled me in to have a look. It has been a while since I stepped into one and one thing that has changed was the Air Hockey game. The basic rules are still … Continue reading

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“Chikok! Chikok!”

Z took the headlight (a torch/lamp you strap onto your head, not the lights at the front of the car), and was making camera sounds as she pretended to take pictures with her make-believe camera that was the headlight. Somehow, … Continue reading

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Life’s no picnic

There are some things that sounds nice in concept, but less so in execution. A nice picnic in Singapore is wishful thinking or lucky coincidence at best. In all probability, it is very unlikely. So when Z’s pre-school organised a … Continue reading

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