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How to “expose” your young child to Science

How to “expose” your young child to Science

It’s scary when it comes to Science. It’s every scarier when you are to teach Science to your child especially when he/she is young. How do I do it? Am I teaching the right way? Am I teaching the right thing?   Yep. Those are […]

How card games can benefit your child

How card games can benefit your child

For those who are in the same era as I may remember these card games: Happy Family, Snap, Old Maid, and Donkey. Yeah, the famous 4 card games that we always play to entertain ourselves when we were young. Nowadays you rarely see kids playing these anymore. Now, […]

Teaching your child that failure is a success!

Teaching your child that failure is a success!

Most of us hate failures and most of the times the fear of failures prevented us from moving forward. Frankly speaking, we’re afraid to fail because we’re afraid to look bad and being judged. In actual fact, failure is a part of life. Sometimes we […]

Playground safety for kids without overparenting

Playground safety for kids without overparenting

Play is essential for a child’s development regardless of social, cognitive, creative, language or physical development, it helps to stimulate their growth, imagination and learning ability. It is critical to encourage your child to move. Unfortunately, with nowadays advancement in technology and the over worrying of […]

Run Mei Mei Run at Meiji Run 2017

Run Mei Mei Run at Meiji Run 2017

Earlier this year, I have signed up for Meiji Run for mei mei and me. Unfortunately, I was down with chickenpox, hence daddy took over the job and went for the run with mei mei instead. Yes, I was upset I couldn’t join as I […]

I blew my top right at the front door!

I blew my top right at the front door!

Yes, you heard me right. I blew my top right at the front door where every neighbour in our area can hear me for sure! I couldn’t contain my anger anymore because I have been enduring it for the past 3 months (almost 4 months […]

Quick guide on how to tutor your child

Quick guide on how to tutor your child

Parents with children in primary schools know that it’s kinda stressful nowadays. Maybe some of you don’t feel anything at all but I do. The first month of gor gor’s school, I got a list of dates on when he will be having his tests. […]

Meaningful family moments

Meaningful family moments

Every moment together counts, especially during school holidays where there is no rush to go to school, no rush for meals and no rush for homework. We always make sure we make the most of the family time with these great and meaningful ideas. Over the […]

Cultivating siblings love

Cultivating siblings love

Parents with more than 1 child in the family, bet you know how challenging it is to raise them. Why? Because they always FIGHT! Yes and I really mean FIGHT! They fight for – food – seats – attention – who goes first – who […]