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Have you heard of these bottle feeding myths?

17 October 2019

“Give your baby more formula milk so your baby can sleep better”.   You may have heard this bottle feeding myth from well-intentioned but misguided relatives, confinement nannies or friends. We collate a few bottle feeding myths from local parents and suss out the fact from fiction. Whether you’re feeding formula milk or breastmilk, watch […]

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Quick Tips for Potty Training Your Son

12 October 2019

Potty training little boys is a process that requires cooperation and consistent encouragement from caregivers. Toilet training typically starts from 18 months of age in advanced countries where diapers are heavily relied on. The best time to start is when your son shows signs of readiness, and during a time where no major changes are […]

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Quick Tips for Potty Training Your Daughter

29 September 2019

Potty training is the process of getting your child off diapers to relieve themselves in a potty or adult toilet. Going diaper-free is a huge milestone not only for the child but the parents as well. In some parts of Asia and Central America, the “elimination communication” method of toilet training is used, and infants […]

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Kids Eat for FREE at these Cafes & Restaurants in Singapore

26 September 2019

Can kids enjoy free meals in Singapore?   With cafes and restaurants promotions that offer free food for kids, it helps families save some dollars when taking their children out to dine at these family-friendly places too. WIN-WIN!   At such food establishments in Singapore, parents can request for hot water for your baby’s formula […]

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A ‘Thank you’ Letter to My Child’s Father

28 June 2019

To the father of my children,   Mothers are often put in the spotlight as the ones who sacrifice their all for the family. While that’s not untrue, fathers are given a lot less credit for what they do. Fathers provide more than financial support but also emotionally. I want you to know that you’re […]

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Mum’s Checklist: 5 Essentials Breastfeeding Mums Need

12 April 2019

Breastfeeding is a wonderful way of bonding with your baby as it provides closeness in addition to your baby’s nutritional requirements.   Mums who breastfeed may do it in different manners: Some breastfeeding mums latch their babies directly, other nursing mothers practice exclusive pumping, while some mums offer mixed feeds to their babies with both […]

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Child Vision Development: 1 to 3 years old

5 April 2019

Your child’s vision is constantly developing.   From blurred vision as a newborn, your toddler at 12 months old now has a relatively clear vision and will spend the next few years of his life working on his hand-eye coordination skills.   Milestone and development guides are approximate guidelines and do not reflect every child. […]

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Let’s Play: Animals in the Zoo (Free Printable)

24 February 2019

Identify and trace the names of the animals.   Cut along the lines and piece the Animal Puzzle pieces together before a trip to the Zoo to spot them!   Theme: Zoo Animals      Activity Experience This puzzle activity promotes logical problem-solving skills, hand-eye coordination and encourages young learners to be focused. Your little […]

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Benefits of Cooking with Kids

15 February 2019

Cooking with kids has plenty of benefits for both parent and child. It is an essential self-care skill to possess, and an essential survival skill which would benefit him even as an adult. With the right equipment and guided opportunity to cook, your little one could very well grow up to become the next celebrity […]

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Parents Share: What Was Your Child’s First Food?

5 February 2019

Introducing solid food is an exciting milestone in a baby’s first year of development. It is recommended to start solids only when the baby shows signs of readiness and preferably after turning 6 months old.   There are two main weaning approaches – Traditional Weaning, where the baby is fed by the caregiver with a […]

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