For the Frozen fan - Angel's 4th year

Posted by ~Summer~ on 19.9.14
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YIPPEE! This video has been taken me over half a year in the making but I'm glad to finally announce that it's done! *phew*

Why would it take so long, you might ask?

Firstly, I'm not a video making expert and know only the basic of the basics. Secondly, in a year, I probably captured thousands of pictures and hundreds of video clips and it takes me long, like super long, to go through them and shortlist the more memorable ones. Thirdly, for some reason, I need to slowly convert every single video before I can use them in Movie Maker and my laptop tends to shut down every time I do that due to overheating. Try to imagine me putting two huge fans to beside just to cool it down, yeah that happens. Lastly, okay I need to take part of the blame because there were days when I procrastinated and let other priorities get into the way.

Anyway, this is the longest video (21min 51sec) I have ever done for Angel and it contains precious milestones in her 4th year of growing up. This means she was only just three years old and yet to turn four when she did all these and I believe they will be precious milestones and loving memories for us to reminisce in the future. In fact, the hubby watched it and I could see it brought smiles on his face because like it or not, even things that happened just a year ago seemed to have slipped our minds somewhat.

Some mums like to make scrapbooks or Project Life, some prefer photo albums, some write letters on their child's birthday, for me, I just like to make these fairly simple but heartwarming videos for the loves of my life. Just so you know, not exaggerating in the least, the girls watch their own videos every single day! Yup, especially Ariel who just prefers to look at her past videos or jiejie's rather than Barney or Mickey Mouse, and she will always chuckle and laugh when she sees the 'baby' Ariel smiling or doing funny tricks. Well, at least I have some ardent fans in the house! Thanks for giving me the motivation to continue doing this, my darlings!

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Dear Angel,

As you turned three, there were many big changes in your life. We moved back to Singapore from Karlsrkona in Sweden, which is the place where you were born and it is filled with so many of our happy, priceless memories. Shortly after, Mummy gave birth to your meimei and you know what, you became a big sister.

From the first day you laid your eyes on Ariel, I could see how much you love and dote on her. No matter what other people might say, I was secretly jumping for joy that I could give you a little sister because I think that's just about the best gift I can give to you. I saw how you tried to teach her things, how you did your crazy dances for her, how you would run to her when she cried and I was glad to see that you would never have to feel lonely again.

Some days, I have to take care of meimei so much and I know, I know that I had no choice but to neglect you. There were times where you had to play by yourself, look after meimie while i was cooking, drink milk on your own, do your writing exercises all by yourself and even our bedtime story sessions would get disturbed because she wanted to play a part by taking away all the books and crawling all over Mama. For that, Mummy felt more than guilty and I promise I will find more one-on-one time to make it up to you. 

Please always know that I love you two just as much and never for one second think that you are less special in my heart. I know how family and friends always praise meimei for being a happy and friendly baby and I make it a point to tell them that Angel is just as lovable and is always my good, good girl. Everyone sees meimei growing up day by day here but no one saw you growing up in Sweden. But I did, my dear. And I will always remember all the love, joy and wonders you brought to me as a mum. In fact, you are the one who showed me how rewarding this journey can be. 

Despite our many bad days this year, like the times when wouldn't take "No" for an answer and would insist on "Yes", or the times when you threw some really terrible tantrums and screamed yourself hoarse in your room, or even the times when you talked back at me, rejected me and broke my heart, I keep telling myself that this is just part of growing up. No one said motherhood will be perfect and free from heartbreaks and tears. You will never know how much I am learning day by day to be a better mum, to be your better mum, too. Let's make sure we always end a day with a hug and a kiss, and hand in hand, we will overcome our fears and tears, and enjoy the sunshine and rainbows together.

I love you so, so, so very much.

Love,
Mummy



For more of Angel's and Ariel's growing up videos, visit my gallery here.

In their search for acceptance {Giveaway of Hop and Honk the Musical}

Posted by ~Summer~ on 18.9.14
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I've realised recently that my big girl is starting to grow more conscious about her looks. She would look into the mirror, she would tuck her hair behind her ears, she would insist on wearing a dress when we head out and choose many girly accessories to go along with it.

I knew I had to start teaching her something which I deem as a very important life lesson. We were on the topic of how girls like to look beautiful when I asked her "Where does beauty come from?" She was hesitant for a while and although she did not say a pretty face or pretty clothes, she also wasn't sure of how to answer the question. I looked at her earnestly in the eyes, then put my hand on her chest and said "From the heart". So we started talking about how it was more important to be a good, kind-natured and well-loved person rather than a beautiful, proud and selfish soul.

If there are two stories I would use to illustrate to her my point, they would be Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling and The Grimm Brothers’ The Frog Prince. Other than teaching us not to judge a book by its cover, they also teach children to learn to care for others and most crucially, they let a child know that regardless what other people may think or say about you, the important thing to always remember is that you're just as special as anyone else.




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Looks, age, gender, religion, skin, these don't matter. What matters is that you are unique, important and have every opportunity to become who you want to be in life and make dreams come true.

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What happens when you weave two classic fairytales into one?

This October, I Theatre breathes new life into two classic fairytales by weaving the stories of The Ugly Duckling and The Frog Prince into one original brand new family musical!

An ugly duckling who really does not fit in at home…
A frog who thinks he is a prince…
Both need a family.
Both need a best friend.
Both want to be loved but both are very very alone.

Is it just me or are you also excited to see what happens to these cute friends in their quest for acceptance and how they overcome obstacles by supporting each other? Combining top class performers, toe-tapping music, spectacular sets, glittering costumes, magical lighting and puppetry, this musical seeks to instill key values including racial harmony, tolerance and understanding, as well as self-worth, team work and creative thinking.

Event date: 29 Oct (Wed) to 15 Nov (Sat)
Weekdays: 10:30am, 2:30pm
Saturday: 2:30pm, 7:30pm
Sunday: 11:00am, 5:00pm

Duration: 85 minutes (excluding 15 minute interval)

Venue: Drama Centre Theatre, National Library

Recommended for: 4 to 18 year olds and families

Ticket Pricing: $32.00/$30.00 (Cat 1/2 Cat 2) for every adult/child
Family Package (4 persons): $121.60, $114.00 (Cat 1/2 Cat 2)
Big Family Package (5 persons): $144.00, $135.00 (Cat 1/2 Cat 2)

Tickets can be booked through SISTIC here, or through SISTIC hotline 6348 5555 and at SISTIC authorised agents islandwide.

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A Happy Mum is always delighted to share joy with her readers so for those of you who are keen to watch this family musical, here's a giveaway for you!

This giveaway is open to readers residing in Singapore only and note that tickets will have to be self-collected from I Theatre's office by 18 Oct. To take part, simply leave a comment below with your name and email address. Indicate in the Rafflecopter widget that you have commented and to increase your chances of winning, you can carry out the rest of the options. Best of luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway Disclosure: We received complimentary tickets from I Theatre for Hop and Honk in writing this post. All opinions are our own.

For a lifetime of memories {Review of Kids Pictures}

Posted by ~Summer~ on 14.9.14
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While blogging is not as easy as how some people may see it, I am always thankful to have an outlet to share my thoughts and to have gained exposure, made like-minded friends and received sponsorship opportunities since A Happy Mum started in 2011.

One of the opportunities that excites me most is going for sponsored family photoshoots. Thanks to a spontaneous hubby and two lovely kiddos who also like to capture precious moments, every of our photoshoot has left behind memories that would last us for a lifetime.

Thanks to Kids Pictures, we were kindly invited to do a studio family photoshoot in August. Started in 2000, Kids Pictures is a pioneer photography boutique studio which specialises in infants, kids and family photography. Through the years, they have grown to become a renowned family-oriented photography provider both locally and internationally. In fact, it is an honour for them to have had the privilege to capture precious photos for royal families around the world.




For the first time, we wore matching family outfits in a photoshoot! Thanks to our kind apparel sponsor MidouCeur (read our previous review here), four of us were clad in the Surfer Zag outfits. Instead of the usual girly hues, it was refreshing to see us dressed in white and blue for a change.



Apart from showing you all the gorgeous shots captured that day, I would also like to share with you a handful of things that impressed me about Kids Pictures.

1) Highly efficient

Excluding the time used in preparing the backdrop and for us to get changed, the entire shoot took less than 30 minutes. Yes, it was definitely the fastest shoot we have done so far. Previously, it would take us on average 1-2 hours, sometimes even more, and we would have time to change into more outfits, try out more poses or even have snack breaks for the kids. Thus, I was a little surprised and you might even say a little skeptical when it was a wrap.

That said, I began to think about the benefits of having a short photoshoot and while that means you might have less varied poses in less outfits, it would also mean many things like less tired kids and more time to spend as family on a precious weekend. You can never have the best of both worlds, right?

When I received the pictures, I was even more surprised at how Yan, the photographer, managed to capture so many lovely smiles and happy looks in such a short span of time. That, I must say, is true efficiency and professionalism.   



2) Natural looking shots

You know how sometimes portraits just end up looking more posed than natural? For Ariel, much of it depends on her mood whether she would do what she is told or laugh for the camera. For Angel, I realise although she is usually cooperative and would smile, many a time it would end up looking posed and just does not exude a look of true joy. I like to avoid posed shots as much as possible and it was a relief to see that many of our pictures turned out to be informal and natural looking.

I have to say part of the credit goes to the hubby and I for being quite professional 'clowns' and have many tricks up our sleeves to attract the attention of the kids and make them giggle, smile and laugh. However, it would not have been possible if we did not have a photographer and an assistant who knew how to capture these shots at the perfect moment. It surprised me a little and was in fact quite heartening to see the kind folks from Kids Pictures getting on their fours to play tickling games or racing with the kids in a bid to make them laugh from the heart.



3) Great angles and framing

See this shot above of the girls kissing Daddy? It's one of my absolute favourites. I have to first confess that I was a little envious of this scene and wondered why I was not called on set after what seemed like half the shoot while the hubby got to do shots like this with the kids. Wait, okay, I was the one who suggested for them to kiss him together but you know, this stay-at-home mummy just wanted to be part of the affectionate scene.

It was when I saw how nicely the pictures turned out that a big smile came to my face and I realised how precious they would be, just Daddy being kissed by his precious darlings who look up to him and see him as the hero in their lives. Such a special daddy-daughter moment, right? 

Besides this shot, there was also a handful of others that I felt captured us in the right light and flattering angles. I also love that the editing of the pictures was done to enhance a natural look and personally, I think they did a great job with the framing, cropping and photo effects which added emphasis and variation.


4) Positive attitude and excellent service

One of the things that struck me most about the photographer was her bubbly, positive self. Yes, I do think that photographers who work with children need to be more animated and dynamic than usual but Yan was so zestful and full of life that it was inspiring, even to me.

Besides being friendly and responsive, what impressed me was that Kids Pictures made an effort to personally pass us our printouts and soft copies when we were all feeling under the weather. No, I'm not saying it will be fair for them to do this for every customer but this instance just goes to show how they are willing to go the extra mile when it comes to providing service.


Towards the end of the shoot, the little one was more in the mood for play and so I was able to have some brief moments with my firstborn. I especially love the shots of the two of us where she hugged me from behind and it somehow made me realise just how alike we are, not only in looks but in personality as well. 

Pictures, they have such a magical way of saying a thousand words, don't you think so too? I don't know how to describe it to you but these family shots just touch my heart somehow and I am thankful to have so many priceless memories to last for a lifetime.

Apparel: Surfer Zag and Rainbow Candy matching outfits from MidouCeur
Accessories: DIY hairband, Hama beads necklace and other store-bought kids accessories

A big THANK YOU to Kids Pictures for the awesome experience and 
wonderful memories!

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Specially for A Happy Mum readers!

Kids Pictures is offering a complimentary 8 x 10" reprint (worth S$45) with any package signed. Simply quote "HappySummerliciousMum" (No, this was not invented by me) to enjoy this offer until 31 Dec 2014. For more information on Kids Pictures, visit their website or Facebook page.

Disclosure: We were invited for a sponsored family photoshoot by Kids Pictures. All opinions are our own.

New offerings at The Centrepoint {Review and Giveaway of Studio Miu Art and The Better Toy Store}

Posted by ~Summer~ on 10.9.14
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Now that the September school holidays are here, if you are the parent who is always on the lookout for new child-friendly venues, this post might just excite you about a fun-filled learning haven for the kids.

In order to further expand their family-friendly offerings, The Centrepoint has just introduced 2 new concept stores on the 3rd level - The Better Toy Store and Studio Miu Art.

We were invited to take part in an experiential session with two of the tenants and had fun exploring, playing, creating and learning. Today, I'm sharing with you about the activities we did and the factors that make these family offerings outstanding, plus I have an awesome hamper filled with toys and craft supplies to give away at the end of the post.

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Studio Miu Art (The Centrepoint #03-34/35)

Studio Miu Art is a gathering place for art enthusiasts. Having been around for over a decade with the only branch’s new location at The Centrepoint, it aims to foster creativity for both children and adults by teaching lessons in visual fine arts from beginner to advanced levels.


Fuelled by a strong passion in promoting the enrichment of arts in Singapore, Studio Miu Art provides opportunities to express one’s feelings and thoughts artistically through painting, drawing and craft.



Having been established in Singapore by Japanese artist and art entrepreneur Maya Takahashi, the studio has evolved to become a popular workspace that encourages children's expression of imagination through a wide variety of age-appropriate activities including Illustration, Manga, Chinese calligraphy and Ceramic art. For children above 4 years old, there are Regular Art Classes which seek to develop a holistic learning approach to art in 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional forms.

If you have a toddler at home, you might be pleased to know that there are also Fun Toddler Art classes available for 2.5 to 4 years old kids where they will be able to create their first works of art with materials such as paints, crayons and clay while stimulating their senses and creativity. For class schedules and fees on children art classes, go here.

For our session, Angel and I actually got down to doing something really fun and hands-on, something which we had never done before as mother and daughter - Ceramic Art! Thanks to our kind and patient teacher Saya Yamaguchi who comes from Kyoto, Japan and has been practising ceramic art for the past 16 years, we learnt about the step by step fundamental techniques of this unique art medium.

After watching the live demonstration, we each received a huge block of clay, a pottery wheel and it was time for us to make our first ceramic creations ever! Angel decided to make an animal-themed bowl while I wanted to challenge myself with a heart-shaped holder.

We made use of basic techniques like rolling and moulding, followed by stamping to create patterns and using cookie cutters to add shapes as embellishments. When Teacher Saya asked Angel if she wanted to make eyes for her animals and passed her a sharp tool, I was impressed that she not only made eyes, she gave them happy smiles too. I think a work of art can tell a lot about a child, don't you agree?

It was an enjoyable and interactive 1.5-hour session where we had fun shaping, cutting, sticking, carving, playing and learning. Check out our final creations above - a round bowl and rabbit figurine by the girl, and a heart-shaped holder and Angel figurine by me.

Lastly, we also learnt that the drying, baking, glazing and colouring process would take a minimum of 10 days so after choosing our desired colours from the palette, we had to eagerly wait and anticipate how our 'masterpieces' would turn out.

Voila! And here they are! I think they look way better than we could ever expect and they sure delighted my girl the moment she saw her own creations of art.

If you are keen to let your child experience the wonders of art at Studio Miu Art, do note that from September to November, they will be holding a promotion and there will be a $30 discount for new applicants in the Children's Regular Art Class.

Thanks to Studio Miu Art for the delightful and fun experiential session we had!

Studio Miu Art, #03-34/35, The Centrepoint 
• Store age range: Retail business offers art supplies for children from 2.5 years old to adults 
• History: 18 years in Singapore, established in Japan in 1986  
• Opening hours: 10:30am – 7:30pm 

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The Better Toy Store (The Centrepoint #03-07/07A/08)

Having lived in Europe for four years, I would be one of the first to vouch for the high standards of their toys. Back in Sweden, I remembered I was initially appalled by how the toys seemed to be more costly and was apprehensive if they were worth the buy. Years down the road, I see how these toys have proven to be long lasting and endured wear and tear, including biting, snatching, throwing and tossing, and I can safely say that the choice to invest in better quality toys was definitely a well worth one.

For one, I prefer wooden toys over plastic ones and it is rather contrasting when we compare our collection of wooden toys from Sweden against the plethora of plastic ones we have acquired in Singapore and other places. Not only are most plastics non-biodegradable, they are also perceived to have adverse long-term effects on human and animal health. When it comes to our children, we just wish to have the best for them, right?

When we knew that we were going to have a guided tour at The Better Toy Store - a brand that believes that our children deserve the best and offers award-winning toys carefully selected for excellence in play value, design, quality and impact on environment, you bet we were thrilled.


Having shifted out of the Takashimaya branch and officially opened at The Centrepoint in July 2014, The Better Toy Store has been presented with the Best Toy Store Award from Singapore Tatler - a prestigious accolade that recognizes the country’s best shops and sights - for seven consecutive years since 2007. While the main brands of toys found in the store are imported directly from Germany, France, Holland and Thailand, they also carry toys and gift items from Australia, Belgium, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.S.



It was hard not to get mesmerised from the moment we stepped into the store. There was something charming, cosy and captivating about the ambience and once we were in, the kids seemed to have entered a toy paradise and couldn't wait to start exploring. Personally, I loved the wooden furniture and how it made the colourful toys look even more striking, and it was also an eye opener for me to come up close with so many uniquely and exquisitely designed toys.



If you are a Steiff collector, you are bound to find something you love from this timeless and classic collection where each bear tells a story of its own.

Puppet lovers will love this wide range of cute, furry animals on the wall - some of them are even reversible, my favourite is a frog that can be turned inside out to become a prince!

For babies and toddlers, these wooden pull-along toys are sure to be a delight and can be your little one's newfound pet.

If you are a puzzle lover, you might be blown away by the beauty of the packaging which makes these jigsaw puzzles ideal as birthday gifts.


If your child loves to cook up a storm in the kitchen, he/she will be spoilt for choice by all the 'groceries' that can be bought here. We were impressed by the intricate design and superior quality of European crafted kitchen toys from HABA which combine style, innovation, learning and entertainment for the little ones.

See what I mean? They have sushi that comes with wasabi, sandwich that can be layered, spare ribs with detachable meat, fish with removable bones and eggs that can be cracked open. Can it get more fun than that?

One of my favourite sections is the art and craft section where you can find an amazing range of craft sets from Djeco, a French educational toy company that produces whimsical wooden toys, games and puzzles. From painting to stamping and sand art, you can be sure to find something that is appropriate for your child's age and interest.

When I spoke to Susan, the owner of The Better Toy Store, and told her about our love in art and craft, she was kind enough to pick out a few sets that might pique our interest and also shared with us on how these uniquely designed sets could help to spark a child's creativity. Every piece of tool contained in the box, including the instruction booklet, stamps and drawing paper, were of the finest quality. In fact, we were so blown away by the details that it took Angel quite some time to decide on which set she loved best.

It is worthwhile to note that many of the toys have won numerous awards in both Europe and U.S., including some very prestigious ones such as the German Spiel Gut Award, Reddot Design Prize, and the Oppenheim Toy Award.

In terms of safety and quality, the toys conform and often exceed the European EN71 and the US ASTM standards of safety. For baby toys, natural materials like wood and cotton are preferred and finishes are non-toxic, water-based and sweat and saliva resistant.

If you are like me and wonder about the quality of toys that are imported from Thailand, here is a closer look at the two Thai award-winning brands available in the store - Plan Toys and Pintoy. In line with how The Better Toy Store only goes for the highest quality in their toys, these two brands utilise pure rubber wood that have exhausted their latex and would have otherwise been burnt. I think it is important to go for eco-friendly products whenever possible so that we can teach our kids to care for our environment, don't you think so too?

This is how a typical wooden number looks like from the Plan Toys range. I must say it felt really firm, sturdy and had a nice finishing.

It was quite uplifting when Susan shared with me that many of the toys in the store are not only dedicated to improving IQ levels in kids, they serve to develop EQ too. Considering the design, appeal and quality of these toys, they are definitely unique and vastly different from the toys that we frequently see elsewhere.


That probably accounted for why the kids were totally ecstatic to be in the shop and had to reluctantly bid farewell when it was time to leave. It's not hard to see but I think we will probably have to make a trip back here soon since it is now one of our favourite toy stores.


If you are looking at getting toys for your children or as gifts for loved ones, note that The Better Toy Store has two main promotional periods annually during June and December. In other months, they hold brand-specific or themed promotions, for example this September, they are having a 20% off their entire range of Lilliputiens toys, a Belgium-based brand. In October, they will be celebrating Children's Day with a giveaway and hand out free candy during Halloween.

Thanks to The Better Toy Store for introducing us to fun and high-quality toys as well as reminding us on why our children deserve the best!

The Better Toy Store, #03-07/07A/08, The Centrepoint
• Store age range: 0-15 years old, with emphasis on babies, toddlers and primary school-going children. Gift items are available for all ages from 0-99, young and old alike.
• History: The Better Toy Store turns 10 this year and the owners have been in the toy business for over 25 years.
• Opening hours: 10.30am to 9.30pm 

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Just for A Happy Mum readers, we have a hamper of GOODIES to give away! Check out all the amazing items ranging from art supplies to games and toys!



This hamper is suited for children aged 4 to 10 years old and the giveaway is open to readers with a valid Singapore address for delivery. To participate, simply leave a comment in this blog post with your name and email address. Indicate in the Rafflecopter widget that you have commented and to increase your chances of winning, you can carry out the rest of the options. Good luck, everybody!

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation between Fraser Centrepoint Malls and A Happy Mum. All opinions are my own.

Total Turtle Takeover at City Square Mall

Posted by ~Summer~ on 10.9.14
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As a kid, when it comes to cartoons, I kind of dig Captain Planet, Doraemon and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Oh yeah, the classic four turtles named after the Renaissance artists, I suppose everyone from my era has watched their cartoon and is familiar with characters like Splinter, April O'Neil and Shredder.

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If you have to choose, which of these four will be your favourite? For me, my favourite is Donatello. I don't really know why. Maybe because purple seemed to me as the nicest colour. Or that the bo staff looks like a less deadly weapon. Or maybe deep down, I was hoping some day I could be as smart as him.

Anyway, earlier this month, we brought the kids to watch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie and as usual, the toddler slept for a good part of the show while the big sister was engrossed from start to end. Even though she had never seen any of the cartoons or heard about these turtles, she was really fascinated by their story and inspired by all their acts of heroism.

So, when we were invited to watch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 'Live' on stage at City Square Mall, you bet we gave an enthusiastic "Yes!" In fact, for the first time, even the hubby was interested to come with us for a meet and greet session!


Guess who is Angel's favourite turtle of all? Oh yeah, it's the leader in blue with the twin katanas - Leonardo! So she was really thrilled to receive a Leonardo figurine from the kind folks at City Square Mall and insisted on holding onto it for the entire show.



And it was time to COWABUNGA! You know, it's been 20 years since the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles first appeared in a comic book and through the years and decades, their ardent supporters have remained loyal to them. Now that they are making a comeback, I'm pretty sure it won't be hard for them to win over the hearts of many little boys, and girls, out there.

We enjoyed ourselves shouting "Turtle Power!" for a dozen times and then watched on as these endearing turtles did sparring and demonstrated the power of their individual weapons on stage. Unlike other live shows where kids get to sing and dance, this time round, they got to learn some basic martial arts moves which was totally fun for everyone in the family.

Check out Leonardo with his kungfu moves and awesome split at the end!
 

Shoppers who spend $50 at the mall will also get to redeem a Meet and Greet pass, limited to 50 passes per show and while stocks last. Well, to be frank, I wish we could spend a teeny bit more time with the characters but neh, it's basically go up the stage, take one picture, say byebye and leave. All within 10 seconds.

Still, we were pretty lucky that our shot turned out looking awesome and at the very least, everyone was looking at the camera! Wait a minute, I think Donatello was checking out Ariel, don't you think so?
 

After the show, we decided to hang around the mall for more turtle action. Remember our visit to Alive Museum and all the fun we had with the 3D art pieces? Well, we were excited to learn that there was a TMNT 3D floor art located at the first level, alas it was impossible to capture a good shot as the place was bustling with shoppers. Still, the girl was just happy to be surrounded by the four heroes. If you are on Instagram, share your picture taken at the floor art with the hashtag #TurtlesAtCitySqMall and you stand to win $50 worth of Metro vouchers.
 

And if you find that the night is still young like we did, make your way to the B1 Fountain Square at 8pm where the kids will not only get to have fun with colouring, they also get to watch 2 different episodes of TMNT Season 2 on a big screen! Admission is free and if you are craving for some snacks or ice cream, McDonalds is just beside.

This is quite an awesome treat for the kids and those of us who would like to reminisce our childhood, right? Happy September holidays, everyone!

The Total Turtle Takeover at City Square Mall runs from now till 14 September. For showtimes and more details, see below.
 

Disclosure: We were invited to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 'Live' on stage and received media passes for the Meet and Greet session. The kids also received an awesome goodie bag with the Shellraiser toy and Leonardo figurine. All opinions are our own.

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