Subscribe via Email
Link to us!
Tag Archives: motherhood
Motherhood is serious business. Everything zaps up so much time. Since I had children, I started shopping online. There was practically zero time for retail therapy, let alone physically buying necessities for the family. I believe if you are a … Continue reading
A pleasant surprise on first day of 2016. The 2015 year end school holiday is coming to an end. BoiBoy was sick for the first week of the holiday. When he recovered GerGer got the virus. Her symptoms were different. … Continue reading
The year 2015 is coming to an end very soon. GerGer has completed her Primary 1 and BoiBoy has graduated from Kindergarten this year. This is also the year we sold off our business setup, at the right time and … Continue reading
Before I had children, I didn’t enjoy noise that children made in restaurants, on the plane, and almost anywhere else. Now that I am a mother, and have (sort of) gotten used to the noise, I don’t get disturbed by … Continue reading
BoiBoy used to sleep with me in our master bedroom, until we started our business and reached home late every night. He now sleeps in the children’s room with AhMa and GerGer. He misses me, he says often (such a … Continue reading
The children are having their school holidays now. I conducted classes at home for the past weeks to keep the children occupied, so AhMa (and DeeDee, on his off-work days) could take a nap while the classes were in session. … Continue reading
Are you as troubled as me about teaching your child of 5 to 6 years old to read or speak better English? If so, I hope this blog post will help clear the air for you. What is a Phonemic … Continue reading
Getting Dressed. These two pictures speak a thousand words. My motherhood journey continues….
In Singapore, English is the language used for all teaching subjects. That is why we (parents) read to our children, exposing them to the language from young. In our multiracial country, children of different races will take a Mother Tongue … Continue reading
[Sponsored Post] I am always dreaming up new ideas to coach GerGer and BoiBoy to be thinkers, and problem solvers. For the past few years, I have used my self-taught super duper time-consuming ways to teach them that crying over … Continue reading