Tiny Family on the Floating Platform

All Posts, Let's Go Out!

Last weekend, we were at Marina Square and were excited to see that the NDP roadshow is on at the atrium. Due to my forgetfulness, we missed them when they were at Compasspoint two weeks ago. Glad we still managed to get our own LEGO minifigures with a $5 donation. With each donation, we get […]

July 25, 2012

Safe play zone for baby

All Posts, Baby Stuff, Featured

At 8+ months, little Ayra was crawling fast and furious around the house and reaching out for support to lift herself to standing position. As there are many electrical stuff within easy reach in the living area, we had to constantly follow behind her when she crawls. Few occasions where she was faster than we […]

July 12, 2012

You amazed me

All Posts, From Mum to Daughter

Dear Ayra, You amazed me all the time and tonight you held yourself up for more than 3 seconds on my bed without holding on to me for support. TWICE!!! Your hands were held high and your posture was straight and upright. You gave me a “look-ma-i-did-it” expression and it was priceless! You are learning […]

June 8, 2012

Survey for Parents in Singapore

All Posts, Blog

Being a new parent, I am experiencing lots of changes and dilemmas. Decisions that I’ve to make for the well being of my child and family. I want to share my thoughts and would like to learn from more parents alike to understand how different parents cope in Singapore. Hope you can help with a […]

February 17, 2012

YouTube Videos for Babies

All Posts, Baby Stuff

Our 4 months young little lady loves watching videos on YouTube. She gets all excited and pumped up when we play her favorite songs. She watches it on TV (via Xbox; soon a blue ray player cos stupid Xbox require us to subscribe to their Gold membership to watch YouTube on it!), on the iPad […]

February 6, 2012

The nightly gig

All Posts, Baby Stuff, The Mummy

It’s been a month and I’m surprised how I managed to survive! I’m a lazy woman who will get as much sleep as I can at night and in the morning, but for the past month my routine was messed up. I almost couldn’t tell the difference between waking up in the day and at […]

October 19, 2011

The days ahead, a different journey

All Posts, The Mummy

I’m very glad confinement is over, means I can eat, bath, go out and live life however I want to. But that also means my grandma will not be around to help with the baby, and it marks the start of my “full time” mummy status. Juggling between the two hourly feeds, the poo, the […]

October 17, 2011

What’s in our diaper bag?

All Posts, Baby Stuff, Mummy Stuff

Being a first time mum, it was quite a nerve-racking experience bringing baby out for the first time. Not sure what will happen, how often baby will dirty her clothes and how long we will be out; I overpacked our bag and wasted energy carrying them out and back home again. After the first experience, […]

October 11, 2011

Smurfs Lullaby

All Posts, Baby Stuff

Baby Ayra’s Lullaby aka Smurfs Lullaby Try to sleep now, close your eyes Soon the birds would stop singing Twinkling stars, are shining bright They’ll be watching you all night All the things, you enjoy On this beautiful day All your friends, all your toys will be waiting for you to play Mr. Moonlight will […]

October 2, 2011

Start of hibernation

All Posts, Mummy Stuff

Decided to take an early break from work and hibernate till baby’s arrival. And there after hopefully a continuous 4 months long maternity at home. Life’s going to be very different when baby’s here. Juggling between family, home and work is going to be a new milestone of challenges for me. I hope I’ll be […]

August 22, 2011

Week 28 visit to Prof John Tee

All Posts, The Baby

Mummy pray and hope and wish; drank lots of water and kept pacing around before the scan, hoping to catch a glimpse of your gender today. Filled with excitement I looked into the scan monitor and all we saw was your curved spine with head pointing down and legs folded. Doctor tried but it was […]

June 20, 2011