FREE sharing session on Brain Training Tips (20 Aug ’19)

A child under 4 years old functions at GENIUS level. How can you, as a parent, maximise this opportunity to build up his/her cognitive power within the comfort of your own home, without expensive courses and teachers? How do you build up strong cognitive skills from a young age, so that your child has a head start in school later on? […]

10 situations that lead people to working from home / working remotely

Influence of developed digital technologies  Since the Internet and other digital technologies have conquered our lives during the last decade, it has brought about great flexibility as well. Developed information and telecommunication technologies allow people to work remotely, no matter where you are – at the office, at home, in public areas or on a […]

10 Brain Training Tips for Children

Last week, I was invited by some friends to conduct a short sharing session with a group of mummys / mummy-to-bes, on some brain training tips for children. In a fast-paced Asian society, children here are subjected to tonnes of enrichment classes from the age of 4 months. Yes, you saw it right. 4 months […]

How long does C-Sect recovery take?

It depends on what “recovery” means to you, but below are my own experiences towards recovery after a cesaerean: 2 days – get off bed to go toilet (forced by gynae to do so, she says it will aid recovery. Also they took off my urine catheter so i had no choice) 10 days – […]

3 Ways to Increase Baby’s Neck Strength

This might not appear as anything too important to some mummies, whose babies love tummy time and develop a strong neck in no time. But my LO, despite us starting him on tummy time at 4 weeks, had a very slow development of his neck strength and still could not hold it up even at […]

What they don’t tell you about travelling in HK with a little one in tow

Prior to our trip to Hong Kong, I had read many articles about how un-child-friendly hongkong was, and how bad a decision it was to make hong kong the destination of my LO’s first overseas trip. I read about how strollers will not be friendly on uneven pavements and crowded MTRs with no lifts. I […]

8 Ways to Start Building Baby’s Vocabulary From Young

We all want smart kids, don’t we? (Given that they are healthy and happy, that is) It is definitely a great desire of all mums and parents, as we can see from the hype and growing spending on DHA and Omega3. One of the first measurements at an early age, is how quickly Baby starts […]

15 FREE Toy Ideas for Babies Under 1

I am a strong proponent that our little ones do not need expensive toys to be happy nor to become smart. In fact, nature has the best and most sophisticated things that our child can explore and learn from. Before our child grows old enough to run around and explore the world, here are some […]

3 Certain Signs of Labour

This is the most common question for first time mummies. There are many MANY different possible signs of labor – loose stools, cramps, leakage, tummy ‘dropping’ etc… but none of these are certain. The most certain signs of labor are only the below 3, taught to me by my gynae: Bleeding. It can start off as […]