I just wanted to share with you some random photos of the kids enjoying their Singaporean lifestyle, so not linked to any specific dates/times purely random – but I’ll give a little explanation to them all one by one.
So here is #1 Son down the beach, in fact there’s a few here from yesterday, 15th November. Here he is stood out on a groin with the just about coming on ship lights as it gets darker. Now the V-signs is a very mummy thing as all Ni’s photos when she was a kid were like this – he’s showing his Japanese side here, bless!
Goodness me, who made this girl so cute! She had her first real haircut recently (probably needed to correct Dad’s attempts at being Toni & Guy). But we still kept it long so we can do things like pig-tails (so cute) – although the hair band things last in her about 5 minutes before she realizes they are there and then they’re out. Very cute Amy Boo!
Man down, man down. Poor little thing. This again is yesterday, and is the afternoon after the night that he had been being sick 3 times. Poor little lad. So I wanted to get him out in fresh air, not sit indoors, so off to the beach with friends. We found a comfortable spot to sit and relax and have the babies on the beach playing. For Ollie we found a nice comfy sofa to sit, lay, sleep on and hey presto he was gone. It was the best for him though as he had a lovely sleep in the sea air with a beautiful breeze blowing over him. Rest well big man!
So here he is and believe it or not he is actually doing his homework here. Nice work if you can get it. It’s all about metaphors and he was given the letter I to create a metaphor regards to something in Singapore. So Daddy being a lover of food we thought of the following “Indulgence in Little India” – hence the I. So Ollie, Amy, Mary and I went to Banana Leaf restaurant and pigged out as you’ll see from the amount of food – well it does say indulgence so why not hey!!! More homework please Ollie!
Life is tough sometimes for an 8 year old is it not. Hmmmm Mr Kennett seen here enjoying the beach life and just chilling on a beautiful Singaporean evening. Mate enjoy this while you can Sir, you look so very comfortable – move over you bugger Daddy wants a go!
Ogichan and Ollie at his birthday party. Can’t remember if I actually posted this one on his birthday blog posting, but hey if it is a duplicate it is a duplicate – but it’s a great photo or grandson and grandad – I have many like this with Joe which I treasure so here’s one for Ollie and Yuko to treasure too!
Girls on the Beach = all different ages but all great friends. Left to right we have; my dear friend Kirsty, her girl Maia, then Amy of course, then Anna (Kirsty’s eldest) and then Mary. All playing happily on the sand without a care in the world – well the kids that is, sorry adults!!!