If mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.
Have you heard of this saying? This is one of those sayings which I wholeheartedly agree. Not just mentally agree because I think it sounds true. But experientially agree. Because it has been proven time and time again in my life and in our family.
Much has been said about the benefits of outdoor play for kids. Exploring and being in contact with nature is a great way for kids to learn and play.
However, being city dwellers with a busy schedule, it is sometimes challenging to get out of the four walls to get in touch with nature.
Parenthood has a way of bringing the best and the worst out of you.
It is a journey much like a roller coaster ride… you can go up and down, sometimes without warning. And it is definitely not for the faint-hearted!
Having been in this ride for close to 11 years, I have had my fair share of triumph and failures, joy and tears.
Valentine’s Day is a day of celebration with the person you love. Besides being a day for lovers, there are many who are simply celebrating it with their loved ones, friends and family.
Here are 10 Valentine’s Day crafts that you can make with your kids.
Kids are known to be active and full of boundless energy. What better place for them to expend their bountiful energy than a trampoline park?
If your kids are like mine, who are fascinated with dinosaurs and deep sea creatures, they can find a perfect combination of both at the Science Centre’s Monsters of the Sea Exhibition.
Jay turned 8 this November. In our family, we do not usually hold huge and elaborate parties for our kids. Most years, the kids’ birthdays are celebrated only with family members.
December is the time of the year when you feel like seeing snow. However, the closest to snow that we’ve seen are those foam type being released from machines. Not that appealing to us.
So, the kids were thrilled when we brought them to experience snow in real winter temperature, at Snow City Singapore, where visitors get to experience real snow in a sub-freezing climate.