For christmas, Santa brought the girls some new scooters and helmets. Pink for Kristie and Purple for Katie. These Mini-Micro scooters are just the right size for 2-3 year olds and most of the kids in Singapore seem to have them. We started easy by letting them ride in the apartment, then ventured out into the real world. Kristie mastered it pretty quickly and we are now running after her all over the place, Katie still wants a little help (even though she can do it on her own).
A bit overdue, but here goes. Changi Airport (best airport in the world) held a Disney Christmas this year. You didn’t need to fly, just show up and enjoy what they had to offer. We were heading over there to pick up a friend that was visiting, so we brought the girls and let them have some fun. They had Mickey & Minnie to take photos with, a giant bouncy castle (the girls weren’t big enough) and Christmas Workshop. The workshop had an hourly laser light show and “snow” – yes it apparently can snow in Singapore.
This year went better than last year. No screaming, but not much excitement. I spent all morning prepping the girls, teaching them what to say to Santa. What presents he should bring. All that practice went down the drain as soon as they stepped close to him. They froze up and just stared. But no screaming!
Not bad for 2 year olds. The girls had their first of many school concerts on Saturday. I guess there isn’t much you can expect from this age group, but I think they did just fine. Actually after the sports day they had a couple months ago, I fully expected Kristin to run away when the curtain opened. They both did amazing. In case you can’t figure it out, Kristie is on the left and Katie on the right.
Since they did so well, we decided to treat them to pizza and a bouncy castle.