That’s her favourite phrase these days, and most of the time, she means it. Although her desire is so great that sometimes she mumbles it to sleep as well. It must be because Sydney was so full of fun and exciting playgrounds. Right from the first day we went to Darling Quarters (I’m not sure this existed when I was living in Sydney 10 years ago) which had a huge children’s play area with both waterplay and dry playground facilities. Pity we didn’t bring Sophia’s bathing suit!
I’m amazed how rather young children can play on the swing on their own. I think Sophia just found a new friend here!
There were some equipment for which Sophia has no choice but to live vicariously through mummy…
We took walks down tunnels, just mummy and me.
There were also playgrounds at each of the grounds of the Paddington market and Glebe market. I think they are both schools during the weekday but elementary school, not preschool so I’m still surprised at the playground facilities, which we certainly do not have here in Singapore, at least not in my days.
Urgh! I saw a I dead mouse at our condo’s playground today. Looks like Sophia won’t be heading there for a long time!