Posts Tagged ‘children’
The month of December is here.
Which means school days, tests and exams are over for the year!
(Read: a good break for all of us! * YAY!*)
Now, the next challenge is : What do we do? Where can the kids and I go?
At times like this, I admit I secretly miss the going out and about that we use (Read more...)
Someone said the other day:
You have your Christian faith, so that means you raise your kids to be morally good kids, right?
(If you are a person of faith too, what’d be your response?)
To me, I feel the above sentence is … incomplete. I mean, … there’s more to that, isn’t (Read more...)
Have you heard anyone saying something like this ?
When children are still so small, they’re the easiest to take care, because they can’t do much at that age anyway. It’s really just about taking care of their physical needs. Bathing, feeding, playing with them. These things can b (Read more...)
With today’s mobile phone web cam and everything, my guess is, nearly everyone has taken a selfie at least once in their lifetime by now =)
(read: a self-taken photo)
My question is, when did you last take a selfie, with your kiddo?
If you can’t quite recall when you last took it, IR (Read more...)
I don’t know if you’ve ever seen these in person:
… A maid putting on the socks, for a TEN-year-old child (and no, he’s not injured or anything)
… A Dad waiting by the tennis court side with a towel in hand, diligently wiping the forehead of an EIGHT-year-old child
Here’s my third and final pictorial post on Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta, and I’d like to highlight its weekend activities for the family!
The tentages are set up near the swimming pool, and the activities are available in the weekends.
They’re free for in-house guests.
But (Read more...)
Strokes, scribbles and messy drawing of a toddler may appear meaningless in the eyes of adults.
They seem … random.
But really, experts say that, they actually DO mean something.
Often, they draw what they have seen, and experienced.
As the adults, let’s learn to apprecia (Read more...)
As a Mom, I can say that there are certain days that seem to last longer than usual.
Days when I feel tired, and mentally drained.
Moments when I have to deal with much whining, talking back, crying, bickering between siblings, refusal to listen, etc.
(This is of course on top of the (Read more...)
We went to check out the Drypers Little Day Out Carnival that happened two weekends ago at Singapore Expo Hall 4B. This is the second year the carnival is running, and we met so many parents and kids at the event!
Entry to the event is free-of-charge upon filling out a simple registrat (Read more...)
[In today's digital era, flipping through a book, slowly observing the images and talking about it with little ones still offers a different kind of experience]
Here’s one reality I’m sure we all agree.
Little kids are often loud.
They can be noisy.
They can be whiny.
And when w (Read more...)