With an old school chum in town (he lives in the US now), the family and I took him to the National Museum, to spend a lovely Sunday afternoon there. I wish we had more time to walk Fort Canning Park too, but just seeing the museum was already good fun for the kids.
We didn't spend as much time at the 50 Years of Television exhibit (which seemed to me more like a milestone to signify the last days of Singapore TV: so long, and thanks for all the fish), but we did enjoy the rest of the exhibitions, like the Singapore art, photos and food one.
There was a couple taking wedding photos there, which attracted some attention from the gawking public, but it was mostly a quiet and relaxed group of visitors enjoying the ambiance of the hallowed halls.
After taking the photo above, it also occurred to me how fast my firstborn has grown. Faith is going to be taller than Mommy really soon. In fact, I think she is already wearing some of my wife's clothes.
Time flies, as being at a museum reminds you.