June holidays Part 2: Zouk kids disco

Friday, June 19, 2015

The thing about having kids, especially a daughter, is to have to worry about them when they hit 18 (or in some cases, earlier). At 18 years old, they are legally able to consume alcohol and able to enter a disco. In fact, during my earlier days, faking 18 and using an older friend's IC to join in the fun at Mambo night is quite the norm. However, it is exactly the reason why I'll be worried when Big K grows up! Wonder what other tricks they will have by then. So, I decided. To expose her to disco at a tender young age of 3.5! Now, I can tell the world that I've cheonged (partied) with my daughter! Woo hoo! #foreveryoung 

I heard a rumour

They say you got a broken heart

oh oh oh.....

Last weekend, HoneyKids, in collaboration with Zouk, presented a daytime dance prance Zoukidisco! Exciting much! Sounds a bit like the tea parties we used to have, except that it's clean fun. We boogied with several other kiddos and it was complete with a DJ spinning the latest hits. And I'm not talking about "let it go" or "Twinkle Twinkle little stars". We were partying to the tunes of the Macarena amongst many other pop songs. Some of the little ones really had the groove. There were loads of other kids friendly activities so it was really a family affair. 


No prizes for which character she chose! Strangely, this girl has never watched the movie, but is totally mesmerised by Elsa!



Watched upon by fellow "competitor"? The next dancing queen?



Garett popcorns were going at $6 per pack. Was soft so really not worth the money. We paid $10  per pax for the tickets excluding booking fees. For 2 hours of fun, it was really good value for money. 

Now if you'll excuse me, let me reminisce the good old party days by dancing in the bathroom to the tune of Belinda Carlisle's Heaven is a place on Earth or Gregorian's Once in a lifetime, 

Oooh, baby do you know what that's worth?

Ooh, heaven is a place on earth

They say in heaven, love comes first.
Ooh, heaven is a place on earth.