When my daughter turned 3 years old, I started getting more creative (not overly) in preparing her meals. I do not mean “lets make a panda out of rice and seaweeds” creative but just “cut the oranges and use cutters on sandwiches” creative. If you have kids going to school, I’m sure you already started… Continue reading The Bento Craze
I always come across posts, blogs and group comments online about women who call themselves “full-time moms” and how tiring but rewarding the role is. Then I said wait a minute, are they referring to Moms who stayed home and didn’t leave the house to work? So does this make me a Part-time mom? I… Continue reading “Full-time Moms” – All Mothers Are!
1. Blogging makes me feel connected to the world all the time! Oftentimes, I publish my blog posts through my mobile phone. 2. I’d like my kid to read my blog someday. (One reason I have certain limitations to what I discuss in here and avoid speaking “french” *wink*, but maybe I should reconsider!) 3.… Continue reading Why I Really Blog?
One of my favorite things to do with my 3 year old is Arts & Crafts. Last week they were asked to make a funky hat. I was very excited to do it with her. We made a Little Pony funky hat which she proudly brought with her to the nursery the following day. She… Continue reading Funky Hat
My daughter has a favorite stuffed animal which I bought before she was born. I kept it for awhile and gave it to her when she was about 6 months old. She has been playing with it since and it is the one thing that she always carried around with her up to this day… Continue reading Puppy x2
You taught me how to walk, One baby step at a time You always made sure that I am doing fine Every step of the way, you held my hand From the time I could crawl, until I can stand When I grew up, I needed you less You worried a lot that I would… Continue reading A Poem for Mom
What to do on your baby's first birthday
So we've all heard, parenting requires a lot of hard work, patience and self-control. For now, I can tell you that raising a toddler also requires a good imagination. Nobody warned me about the "Why" question. These past few weeks, my daughter has been testing my brain (and my patience) with the question "Why?". A first time mom like… Continue reading Why?
When I was pregnant, I enjoyed observing little kids at the malls and restaurants. There was some sort of trend with families eating together. Some parents give the kids their iPad to keep them busy so both Mommy and Daddy can enjoy a meal peacefully. I have to admit that at the time, I have… Continue reading Toddler and an iPad
Sharing these cute little puppets from Fiestacraft. My daughter loves playing with the puppets. Using these puppets make story-telling more fun!