Date: Aug 21, 2012
Happy Birthday Kay Kay!
Sometimes last year, Kay Kay no longer “very fond” of Mickey Mouse. He grew up a little bit, and start to like “Thomas & Friends”. And especially, he likes that arrogant number 4 Gordon. Because Gordon is the fastest engine on Island of Sodor. So, few weeks before, Jay Jay has already designing the cake together with mommy. And after describing the layout, the details, providing the photos, Estee gave us the design draft.
So, on the island of sodor, there are a train track, 3 light houses, 1 windmill, and James, Hiro and Gordon. Of course, the name plate is very important and he is 3 years old now.
Thanks Jay Jay for designing the train. You get to blow my candles. Yeah!
The kids always enjoys the party we gave them at school, as they can celebrate with the teachers with great cakes that they will remember.
Even the brother enjoys being there. Well, this is Jay’s last year at Lorna Whiston (K2). So, next year, he will be going into Pei Tong.
I think when the kids grow up and they look back to these kindergarden days birthday, they knew they have enjoyed these party very much.
I don’t think Kay remembered his Mickey Mouse cake last year, but I think he definitely will remember this one. As he is busy describing the cake to his brother.
Kay said, papa papa, look, I eaten my K.
The kids simply amazed with the party tissue, and they want to bring it home.
Every kids in N1 have a plate of cake.
Look what’s on Kay Kay’s plate. He gets to eat his name, the light house, and the number 3.
A bit shy shy giving presents to NaNa.
We took a lot a lot of photos on that day.
Jay Jay was very happy to be there.
Kay says Thanks Ko Ko for coming.
Kay Kay’s classmate.
Kay’s Chinese form teacher – Li Lao-Shi gave Kay Kay a present.
OK. You may kiss me.
What about me? Kay’s English form teacher – Miss Melissa says, I want a kiss too. I also pay for the present.
Of course, after the birthday celebration in school, we bring both the kids home. So that they can spent time together on Kay’s birthday.
Kay was so happy, and running here and there.
So, first stop is Vivocity.
We get to sit in the mini train ride.
It’s a real train ride (without tracks).
The kids are happy. They never thought that there are a steam train in Singapore. (not exactly steamy train)
Then, it is a nice 2 hours quality time spent in SingKids.
I got a big balloon.
The two brothers are having so much fun on this day.
We told Jay Jay, when you go into P1 next year, may be there is no longer so much time we can spent on playing ground. He understood.
Jump up and down.
and down and up…
and up and down…
and down and up…
Ahhh… Very tired….
OK! Who is this young lady here? Did mommy gets her number, address?
Oh… it’s just 路人甲…
Later… We end up eating Fish & Chips, Oysters, Sashimi at Greenwood Seafood Bristro.
Of course Jay Jay enjoys it.
Because all the Oysters are $1 per Oyster on Tuesday. We end up ordered … 42 pieces of Oysters.
Not to forget the seafood paella.
And the great fresh sashimi.
And two bottles of Sancerre for the mom and dad… very tired after organising the whole day of birthday event.
It’s good that baby Justin can join us. But he simply too tired after their car stuck in the traffic jam for long. But don’t worry, there are nice long sofa bench for him to take a quick nap.
While the mommys were busy talking…
And Happy Birthday to Kay Kay again! by the way, its “Kay” not “Key”. hahaha And Kay Kay gets to blow another candle again!
That’s how we end Kay Kay’s third year birthday. I bought him a Tomika multi-storey car park for him this year.
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I ordered my cake from a part-time bakeress Estee. http://miniliew.blogspot.sg/2011/10/angry-bird-birthday-cake.html, you can mail to her at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.