Archive for June, 2010

Shrek – Forever After – 3D

Couple of Saturday’s ago, I took my son, sister, friend and her son to watch Shrek – Forever After, the 3D version at Marina Mall, Salmiya and boy, was it a good movie.

I mean can donkey get anymore funnier 🙂 I could totally relate to the whole mid-life crisis that Shrek seemed to be going through.

Puss was so cute………even when he was incredibly fat…those eyes…awwwwww!

My son really enjoyed the 3D thing and must admit it is the first time I took him to see a 3D movie and it was good.

Can’t wait for the Toy Story 3 to release here in Kuwait…will certainly see it and update.

Pottery Barn Kids

When driving to work today, I noticed billboards on Pottery Barn Kids and after some googling, have noticed that it is now open!! I saw the website and must say that it is really cool…must visit to pick up something.

 

I looooove the above bed! so cool sleeping in one. I saw the boards covering the possible store site at the avenues last week, so glad now I can visit the place.

Check out the website [here]

Have fun 🙂

Summer camps

Hi Mums! Since summer is upon us and most of us will travel in a while, here is a list of summer camps that perhaps you might consider joining the kids in……………….to help maintain mummy’s sanity 🙂

 1. GES Summer camp: This is being held in the Gulf English School Premises and is organized by an organization who has leased the place. It has 2 batches, the first one starts from 20/6/2010 till 20/7/2010. The second batch starts from 19/7/2010 till 19/8/2010. They have 2 sessions to choose from – 8:30 am to 12:30 pm or 4:30 PM to 8:30 PM.For more information, please call 55603313/66860583/25755948/2573804 ext 139

 2. The Little Gym: Camp is for children 3 – 12 yrs old, it begins June 13th until Sept 8th, camp is Sun – Thurs, and you can choose from 2 different sessions, which are 3 1/2 hrs long, morning ( 9:00 – 12:30 ) or afternoon ( 4:00 – 7:30 ) . They have a different theme each week so activities will vary each week, but each day the kids will spend time in the gym, the pool, enjoy the new water slide, do arts and crafts. Snacks will be provided, things like pasta, pancakes, cheese sandwiches, zatars and pizza. The staff will supervise all activities and registration must be done at the gym, there is a form to be filled out when you make your payment, you can register daily, weekly, monthly and make your own schedule. Do check out the website for contact details and more information.

3. Kuwait kids Camp: This is a day camp and will run for 3 weeks, June 13 – 1 July 2010. The camp is conducted from Sunday to Thursday, 8:30 am to 1:30 PM. Do check out the website for contact details and more information. 

 4. Kuwait English School: They will start their Summer School with two courses. Both courses last for four weeks commencing on Sunday 20th June and ending on Thursday 15th July. 8.30am until 1.30pm daily.

English Language and Activities course

  • For boys and girls aged 3 – 9 years
  • English Language tuition
  • Music, Art, Drama, I.T., P.E. and Swimming
  • Supervised trips every week
  • Transportation available on request

Activities course under the supervision of fully qualified and experienced P.E. staff, for boys and girls aged 9 – 12 years

  • Including coaching and supervision in swimming, basketball, volleyball, football, table-tennis and lots more
  • Organized competitions and tournaments
  • Supervised trips every week

The cost for each course is 135 KD per child and Transportation cost is 30 KD per child.

For more information and contact details, do visit the website or email them at:keschool@kes.edu.kw

5. Horse Riding: This advert appeared in the Arab times today, i.e. 8 June 2010. It is being held at the International Horse Care Center. For more information, please call 2475500 or 60913046 or visit their website.

I hope this information here helps some parent out here in Kuwait. If you know of a camp other than those mentioned here, do let me know and I can update this post.

Happy Summer Camp !!!

Graduation day! – 27 May 2010

So it’s over! Graduation day that is!

My son graduated from Reception and will be in year 1 in September….time flies so fast. Feels like just yesterday, I dropped him off for his first day at kinder garden and now he is almost in year 1 🙂

Over the past 2 years he has certainly changed sooo much…most importantly, he has become more independent..Which is good. Shows his confidence has improved. He can read very well now. Every time we go out, especially to a restaurant, he tries to read everything around him from the menu to the bill….perhaps he will soon pick up the tab too!

So good bye small boy…welcome big boy!



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