As usual at the end of the year, we usually plan a trip to JB. The kids' uncle and auntie stay there. So, we are taking the oppurtunity to visit them and take the kids to Little Big Club. We will usually fly there and daddy will be taking us back to KL in his car. Daddy has a job site in JB and travels there often.
Again, thanks to Airasia, for the 5 of us, one way airfare, I think only cost up to RM120.
I have slipped greatly on my postings now. I have a very busy last year and can't believe 3/4 of 2014 has passed too. I have a numbers of backlog postings , thought of taking this oppurtunity to clear out some, at least 2013's.
Hubby was being invited to an opening of a supercar showroom. Not that we can afford one, is just that he knew the salesman and bully him into inviting him. See, this is a very boy stuff and of course, he will need his partner in crime to go with him. So, lucky J got to go to this type of 'classy' event filled with VVIP and the super rich!
Frank Stephson, award wining designer of Mini Hatch, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari and McLaren.
Joe G, radio DJ
At the age of just 5, he knows his car stuff very well, the horse power, no. of exhaust, the speed and the price. I didn't even seen or heard of any of the super car at the age of 5.
He reads Top gear magazine and watches an episode of Top Gear before going to bed.
I have recently found this great place with most of the clothes selling at RM5-RM15. I bet you must have heard of this place, Kenanga Wholesale City.
The F.O.S there sells clothes cheaper than those at other shopping malls. They usually have buy 1 get 1 free deal and is located at the North Wing-Ground Floor. Just above F.O.S, on the 2nd floor at the corner, there is this amazing shop that sells clothes from RM5-RM15.
Here are some of the examples:-
RM15 skinny jeans
RM10 (for a pair of pyjamas)
There are lots more, even adults 'branded' T-shirt (e.g Nike/Puma/Adidas etc), reasonably good quality is only RM 5 each and jean shorts for adult/kids are only RM10 per pair.
I usually will spend about RM200 in that shop but come back with lots of clothes. If we go to normal shopping centre, I think RM200 may get you 2-3 pieces of clothes.
With those sort of prices, we do not need to worry shopping for clothes for our kids and concern that they will out grown their clothes shortly.
The mall also has shops selling all sort of clothing ranging from women, men, Muslims, children and other including bags, toys, jewellery, hair accessories, house hold stuff, stationery and etc. If you are planning for a party with theme (princess, Minion, Angry bird, Ben 10 etc etc), you can easily find party pack goodies like bags, stationery, key chain, soft toys and etc over there.
They also have a non halal food court at 7th floor and other halal food outlets scattering at different level.
Be prepare with comfortable shoes and clothing including trolley bag as there are 7th floors and you will take hours just to browse around.
So, spend your money wisely and enjoy your shopping.
I came across this website via the side bar advertisement at Facebook. This website sells off season good quality stuff. I am a big fan of it and has since bough clothings, watches, bags, household items, towels, baby equipment/accessories from them. The delivery take longer time but the quality is good.
Here are some of the items that I brought from the website Mysale with great value and quality:
Mambo is a established brand of surf wear in Australia. The above bottom and top only cost RM29 each. They are the most practical swimwear that comes with UV protection. It could prevent sunburn even better than apply sun cream.
The halloween costumes that I bought maybe 9-12months ahead of Halloween and only cost around RM30-50 each.
School concert was held in October last year. This year, will be the twins' 3rd year at the school. Little D, being himself, so shy and so lack of self confident, did not want to do anything for the last Sport's Day and Concert.
This year, with the great encouragement from the class teacher and school principle, he made it for the Concert. He was so excited about it and has been practising at home constantly. However on the actula day, he just cried. We believed he got cold feet and claim he wasn't feeling well and his legs hurt. This boy, once he set his mindset, even bribery (buying him toys) would not worked on him.
We kept encouraging him and kept saying he can do it and it will be a waste for his weeks of practising, and finally he did it! With this successfully done, I think it boost up a bit of his self-confident.
and on the other hand, J and K did it without any problem.