Warning: If you are easily queasy you might not want to see the photos of actual tonsils in this post 😀 School is now back in session! We’ve had an interesting school holidays. We left before school closed (what do they do on the last day of school anyway?) and returned just as the holidays… Continue reading Tonsillectomy for children
Update (August 2017): I have updated the post with some information on how to get an appointment with NUH. I heard it is about the same for Singhealth and KKH, but I would strongly suggest contacting either personally 🙂 I have been meaning to write about speech therapy for a long time already but never… Continue reading Speech Therapy for Children in Singapore
Last month, People Impact invited us to sit in on one of their classes, called the EQ/IQ Programme. I was really interested to find out more especially since I have a friend whose 3 kids also attended classes at People Impact, and whom all enjoyed it very much. I know what you must be thinking,… Continue reading People Impact EQ/IQ programme
Last year (Dec 2016) we were invited to a science workshop held by 3M at their office premises in Yishun. It was the Young Wizards Science Camp. If you have not heard of 3M you might be living under a rock, but even there under the rock, you are probably using some product that is… Continue reading 3M Young Wizards Science Camp
It’s been a few weeks since school started and boy did we need a real jump start for it. We now have kids in K1, P1 and P3, and although it wasn’t our first time in P1, I was quite concerned about our P1 son because he is more reserved and often apprehensive about new… Continue reading P1 Prep Camp at The Little Executive
Join a Christmas event to learn more about essential oils, AND do some good – all entrance fees will be donated to a charity fund!
Most of us parents have breathed a collective sigh of relief now that exams are all over. My eldest is only in P2, and we are both glad that the exams are over! Do I wish that exams never existed? Now that I am an adult, and perhaps because I’m not the one who has… Continue reading P2 Exams and PSLE