Wow! November 2018 seemed to be a month of personal breakthrough in nursing my little one in public! I latched Aven for 8months and naturally I opted to latch and breastfeed the baby too. But the journey had been challenging because she doesn't latch well and many times, it has been painful. Latching is still … Continue reading Nursing in public
It has taken me a lot of courage to decide to write and share about raising a drug free baby. Why? Because most experienced mums I spoke to have told me that it was impossible; that I would have to give in to medication at some point. Those who were more cynical and skeptical would scoff … Continue reading Drug-free baby
We live in a stressful society. I'm based in Singapore, and it is one of the world's most densely populated cities! second most densely populated city in the world, with 5.79 million (density at 8,274 P/Km² in 2018) people crammed onto the island. Those working in this concrete jungle are highly stressed. Our public trains break … Continue reading Emotional Support for Babies, Toddlers, Teens
A friend shared the following poem and it struck a chord with me. After becoming a mum, one of the questions I've been asking myself very often is, "How do I teach my child? What kind of life do I want to guide him towards?". You see, when I was a teenager, my mother would … Continue reading What I want in life
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Some of my favourites as we close #2017! It's been a year filled with milestones and achievements. My little reflection... 1) I celebrated one year of motherhood and two months later, I bid farewell to my breastfeeding journey. I was never made for motherhood but I'm beginning to embrace my role. 2) One air travel … Continue reading Happy 2018!
Aven had been taking small baby steps with support, 2 weeks before his 1 year mark. He would hold onto the play yard panels, take one to three steps, before his knees give way and he would land on his bum. A week after his 1st birthday, he would be wave his little arms up … Continue reading Falling forward
This is my fuss free baby preparation list!
What kind of birth do you want? Pregnant women are seldom ask this question. I think it is an important question to answer because the birth you want would influence your choices as you prepare for the birth day.
If you are enjoying a normal healthy pregnancy, it is recommended that you have your hospital bag ready at week 36! Search online for various tips on how to pack your hospital bag. In Singapore, the hospital isn't too far away from home and you can always get items easily from the nearby convenience stores. … Continue reading A peek into my hospital bag