The kiddos shared their favourite warm lemon honey when we were having breakfast at Old Town. After which we did some grocery shopping at Jaya Jusco. The kids inevitable ended up at Jusco play area. Although big for her 2.5 year old frame, QQ seemed to be the smallest sized there. When I see her running around, jumping and squealing, I can’t help but to think that she looks like a little froggie. A very jumpy one with thighs so meaty that I felt like sinking my teeth on them :-D. They were a few boo-boo moments where a bigger girl knocked her down and where she toppled down because she bumped her butt down the foam stairs when she’s supposed to be climbing(the picture shows the correct way). But like she always has been telling us, she’s a big girl now, so she merely got up, brush herself and off she went again. She’ll grow up to be tomboy no doubt :-D.
(QQ was wearing an extra pink t-shirt when we arrived, but I took it off later)By the time we left for lunch (with much coaxing), HQ was soaking wet with sweat. Luckily I always bring an extra set of clothes for each kid when we go out. Lunch was at Wongkok Char Chan Teng Restaurant. I snapped this picture so that I won’t forget the name when I blog :-pThe kids shared pork chop rice (which I thought I snapped a picture, but found out later that I didn't :-S). My black pepper seafood pasta, which was spicy... I like. Hubby’s sizzling steak platter. QQ loves corn, just like me :-)
Our drinks. The fuchsia radioactive looking drink was red dragon fruit juice, which nobody likes. I don’t remember what the other two drinks were, but they were nice. A picture of the kiddos before leaving for home :-)
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