The Studio Loft + Cordlife at Motherhood Exhibition 2011

For the first time, we visited a mother-baby exhibition. Was thrilled to see so many cute babies around Singapore Expo tonight. Found out about Motherhood Exhibition on Jame’s website and The Studio Loft’s promo on Facebook; so I suggested we go check it out.

Not prepared to buy any stuff for the baby yet; shopping spree will start in July. But we did got ourselves booked for two, in my opinion, very important and essential things. (1) Signed up for cord blood bank with Cordlife and (2) two photo sessions with The Studio Loft.

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Preventing stretch marks

A friend shared about this moisturising oil she used during pregnancy that helped keep the stretch marks away. Having been recommended by her friend and seeing it work on her, I decided to give it a try.

Everyday (well almost, some day I may be too lazy to apply) I’ll spray a generous amount on my tummy and butt after shower and massage the oil into my skin. It feels nice and not at all greasy! Hate having greasy feel after applying cream or oil. This is surprisingly light and smells good too. Though my friend recommended using it twice a day, but lazy me is doing it once only. Will be more hardworking when the tummy grows bigger.

At the rate the oil is going, I think I’ll just need one bottle for the rest of the journey.

Bought the AVENT Moisturising Light Oil from BHG, Bishan at $29.90 (I think).

First visit to Gynae

Being the anxious Mum-to-be, I made an appointment with a Gynae immediately, not knowing when should be the right time to go. The first visit to the Satellite Clinic of KK Women’s Clinic at Ang Mo Kio was quite an exciting one.

I made an appointment through their Central Appointments line and was scheduled to meet A/Prof John Tee CS, a senior consultant at the clinic. Upon arriving at the clinic on my appointment time, things just happened in a flash, I did what I was told and then waited an hour and half for the gynae to arrive.

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