A warm welcome
Worried that Junior will accidently scald himself with hot water when he’s showering? Give yourself peace of mind with Ariston’s instant water heaters, which come with constant temperature technology and an anti-scalding feature.
And they’re energy saving – PSB-certiﬁed, no less – so you’ll shave 16.4 per cent or more off your electricity bill. Some models, such as the RT33 (pictured, $329 before installation) and ST33 ($299), even come with user-friendly touch- screen panels and can save up to three temperature preferences. Visit www.ariston.com/sg.
BUILD & ROLE-PLAY
Has your family watched The Lego Movie 2? Now reimagine iconic scenes from the ﬁlm with the themed building sets from Lego. Our favourite has to be the epic 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg set, where characters including Emmet and Lucy can hang out at the Statue of Liberty’s chill-out room, cafe, gym, spa and more. You’ll have to take the lead when assembling this 3,178-piece set with your kids, as it’s recommended for age 16 and up. It retails for $489.90 at Lego certiﬁed stores, such as www.bricksworld.com.
Twinning is tres chic
Give a French twist to your mummy-kid twinning outﬁts with Uniqlo’s Ines de la Fressange Spring/ Summer 2019 collection. Inspired by the model- turned-designer’s home in Saint-Tropez, France, the range features French linen shirts (which get softer the more you wash them), coats, marine sweaters, resort-perfect dresses and super comfy PJs. Price start from $19.90 for women’s items, and from $29.90 for the kids’ range. Visit www.uniqlo.com/ines19ss/sg.
Mickey Mouse has made a new friend – don’t be surprised when you see the beloved Disney character chilling out with the mascot monkey from Kipling. The latter has launched a limited-edition collection this spring/summer season in honour of Mickey’s 90th anniversary. Prices start from $55. Visit www.kipling.com.sg.
Fab fam brunch
Its name is a mouthful, but Wooloomooloo Steakhouse is worth the trip down to Swissotel The Stamford. This Aussie restaurant boasts city skyline views, sterling service, and good food. Try its new ﬁve-course surf and turf weekend brunch, which is value-for-money at $68++. Little ones can choose from the $20++ kids’ menu, which offers mains such as beef burgers and ﬁsh and chips, ice cream for dessert and a free ﬂow of soft drinks. Visit www.woo-steakhouse.com.