First Rockstar On The Moon

Ok, almost

As their thing this weekend, The Mens decided on the HK Science Museum to catch some 45 min 3D show today.  Well, not really. The elder of The Mens decided that was what they would do after my HK Weather app showed up an outside temperature of 25.6 degrees celsius.

This is how I really know where they went.

Kings balked at bringing Rockstar for their originally-planned cable car ride in Ocean Park to observe the dugongs/ manatees after Rockstar brought home a school reader about the sea cows because of the "heat" (I know, hard to imagine this guy was a Malaysian kampung boy) and so space theatre it was.

(I would have more to say about their trip except Ms Rockstar and I decided to go cruising in the bathtub and of course when they got back neither Mens can remember much except for what they ate.)

Hello, World. What's the weather like out there again?

Well they also remembered they found the show "boring," in part because it was in Cantonese and you have to wear headphones to hear it in English - and the adult-sized headphones kept falling off Rockstar.

Not headphones

Kings says he slept til Rockstar gave up on the headphones and Cantonese so they wandered around before getting hungry... (Rockstar acknowledges the girl next to him was sitting quietly the whole time watching the program, and Kings says the theater was packed when the show started so they might have been the only ones who were unimpressed and that was probably because of the chim Cantonese...)

It's a cockpit...

Like so...

(Just like his Lego one)

Another space suit that has obviously copied its design from Lego...

Something else...

Juice break

(Btw Rockstar considers his very occasional juices part of going out; I don't keep juice at home...)

Then out on the streets

(I like this so much better than some of the contrived poses Kings used to ask him to do)

And then eats!

Real Mens eat lotsa fried stuff.

And then the very predictable picture with a panda bear dressed for CNY

This is a gold tael dressed as a panda bear. Or a panda bear dressed as.......

Kings can tell me nothing about where he brought our elder child, except that this is a mall in Tsim Tsa Tsui. Humph. Obviously I can tell him exactly where our younger one was 😀

These are... Orange cherries dressed as panda heads.

What? Ok, Orange cherries dressed as panda heads which have no actual eyes.

And of course, a Rockstar must have Groupies.

The End.          

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I blog about living and raising my son in Hong Kong - where toddlers have entrance interviews, parents keep test score spreadsheets, private school debentures can trade for more than half a million USD. Raising Rockstar's the most important thing I'll ever do. We show our true colors by the choices we make in bringing up our children. My blog is a message to my toddler son, about what the world and his parents are like today - for when he becomes a teenager and knows everything.
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  • mun

    At least Ms Rockstar enjoyed her bathtub cruise with mommy. 🙂

  • mun

    Hope Rockstar enjoyed the outing with his Dad despite being bored by the show.
    So what did Rockstar have to say about the Groupies? Was he shy around those pretty ladies?

    • Aileen

      He said “Free Lai See packets!” Touch wood he’s gotten less shy with strangers since starting primary school, but still has very strong likes/ dislikes about things…
      Rockstar always enjoys outings with the Dad. What’s more interesting however is I think the dad didn’t realize how much he really enjoys Rockstar’s company..

      Kings can do no wrong with Rockstar, however his status as “good-time parent” is firmly ingrained – Rockstar never expects him to handle school stuff/ bedtimes/ what to wear, but will tut-tut me if I miss checking his school diary or reader or whatever…