We got our daughter a Trunki for Christmas. It was one of the things she wished for that Santa would bring her. And because we were also going to travel to Manila, I was eager to get one for her. I didn't want to bring a stroller because I knew it would be difficult to … Continue reading Cassie Cat Trunki
My daughter is a very curious kid. The moment she starts learning new things from school, she shares it with us at home and it becomes a topic of conversation for a couple of days. The nursery recently took the kids to a fire station. That fueled her curiosity about community helpers and the role … Continue reading Totally Random!
My 4-year old has accumulated a massive collection of toys and costumes, thanks to family and friends, who shower her with gifts very often. Organizing could be a challenge so my daughter and I agreed to de-clutter and organize her toys last weekend. Of course convincing a kid to get rid of toys took a … Continue reading Mommy Duty: De-cluttering Toys
We started using a star chart when my daughter was 3 years old. At first I was very skeptical that it would actually work on a toddler but lo' and behold! it is one of the best thing I introduced in our household. To give you an idea, here's our first star chart: The Star … Continue reading Star Chart
There was a time when my daughter was super obsessed with Peppa Pig. She insisted to buy Peppa lunch box, Peppa Bag, Peppa shirt and everything Peppa. And because she loves painting, one day she asked me to buy her Peppa Pig paint. I could not find it anywhere and even if I did, I … Continue reading Peppa Pig Paints
Every year our company organizes a team building event. Though our families were also invited to join, I was unable to go to last year's group activity at IMG World because it was not really a place where I can take my toddler to. The rides there are extreme and I am not a fan … Continue reading Dubai Motion Gate
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