Thanks Sam for telling me this concert and selling me the tickets. As both of us do have the intention to introduce Music to Yvette, so I gladly accepted Sam’s offer.
In fact this was the first time for our family to attend a concert together. (Even for me and my hubby too.)
Recently, I have difficulty to get Yvette to sleep on time. As such, Yvette didn’t rest well but I have to wake her up at 9.30 am. I only managed to do basic cleaning up for her as we have to leave the house by 9.45 am.
We headed off to MacDonald to have breakfast since the show was at 10.30 am. This was the first time our family eating in a fast food eatery in Singapore. Fast food is never our option when come to food. (Both of us eat fast food less than 3-5 times per year.)
Yvette was well behaved, sat thru and I never expect she could finish one piece of pancake. (She didn’t like it the first time when I let her tried pancake when we were in Hong Kong.)
It’s getting late, and we took a cab there.
Although Yvette is not new toward this classical music; I actually listened to most of them when I was pregnant. But still Yvette didn’t sit thru the concert as expected. She was more interested in exploring every nook of the concert hall. She was excited when the listeners were clapping their hands after each piece. And she made me brought her 2-3 toilet trips in this one hour concert too. She was running around like all other tots but Baby Jacob sat thru. (Thumb up)
At the end of the concert, kids were invited on stage but sadly parents were not allowed. So we didn’t bring Yvette toward the stage. And I have forgotten what had happened, Yvette started to throw tantrums and crying and lying on the floor. Luckily most people was busying getting on the stage, if not we would have invited many many stares!
Both of us didn’t get to enjoy the concert as me was busying taking care of Yvette while hubby find that the concert was too noisy. But I am sure; this will not be the last concert we will be attending.