Ichiro's First Bowling Experience
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We went to The Curve mall yesterday afternoon to check on something, and hmmm I was kind of promised to Ichiro that he would have chance to ride a train at the mall (big mistake). Once there, we can’t find the train. Dulu ada. I felt bad already since Ichiro has been asking for the train non-stop. There were also few other rides available, like the furry animal ride, car, motorbike and the likes, unfortunately none he interested with. Sigh. I was starting to run out of options. Help!
I felt terribly bad and told Imran that we couldn’t go home just like that; we must let him play something. However, as we continue walking toward car park area, we still couldn’t find anything for Ichiro. Then suddenly when we were approaching the exit, Ichiro pointed to a bunting with a bowling pin image on it. I asked him whether he wants to play bowling? He said yes.
So off we went to Cineplex bowling center and bought two games for husband and Ichiro. I wanted to play but didn’t bring my socks, hence can only watch hehe. In the meanwhile, Kenji was sleepy and he just sat on the stroller with eyes half close. Hehe. Even so, he still manages to clap his hands whenever he sees his brother jumping with 2 hands up in the air. Victory! Bought two games and daddy was allowed to throw the ball for 5 times only! Ichiro asked his daddy to just sit down and watch him play. Haha. Parents mmg kena banyak mengalah
I just knew that the bowling lane has a border along left and right lane to prevent the ball from rolling into the gutter. It’s a good idea kan? So that kids will have more fun playing bowling as their balls did not end up rolling into the gutter for each throw. Looking forward to play bowling soon, I’ll make sure that I play too (since it’s the only sport that I’m kinda good at) will remember to bring socks. Promise.