Hands up how many of you really dread when it’s play dough time? Yes, me too. The kids LOVE to mix the colours (ok, I’ll admit it, I would probably do that too), then you are left with awful colours that you can’t really make anything out of. Then it is messy to clean… Continue reading Gincho Clay Review
Note: It might look like the centre is pretty empty, but this was because I only captured shots in which there are few or no children, as I strongly respect the privacy of the other children and do not wish to compromise their security. The first time I heard of Montessori was when one… Continue reading Reflections on Greentree Montessori
Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519) was an Italian Renaissance artist, architect, scientist, engineer, mathematician, designer, and musician. He is widely believed to be one of the greatest painters of all time, and perhaps the most diversely talented person ever to have lived. From his iconic paintings, which… Continue reading Da Vinci: Shaping the Future at MBS Art Science Museum
Ever found yourself at the poolside saying, I mean shouting to the kids “Walk! Don’t run!!”. We all know it’s dangerous to run by the pool because it’s slippery everywhere, and often the tiles in and around the pool are so sharp! (Why is that so, anyway? So un-user-friendly!) I was pleasantly surprised to discover… Continue reading Poolzies – cute pool shoes for toddlers!
I have been meaning to do an update on Scout’s classes at Gymnademics but haven’t really had the time to do so recently. We’ve been attending the Pre-fellow sessions with them since last November, and I’ve really loved seeing how she has enjoyed the sessions and learnt so much from them. Even though I’m a… Continue reading Review and Giveaway: Gymnademics
Last month, we were invited to the launch of the Philips’ new Disney Imaginative Lighting range. It was supposed to be a pajama party, so the kids went in their pajamas. I’m far too old to be seen out of the house in my jammies, TYVM. Philips Singapore introduced their new range of products, and… Continue reading Philips and Disney Night Lights review and discount code!
Earlier this week we were invited to a brunch to learn more about a new concept called Vaby. I dragged the kids down to The Playhouse, which used to be Seb’s Bistro, at Rochester Park. Vaby is a new subscription-based concept will send you samples from their various vendors each month, depending on the ages… Continue reading Vaby – full of surprises!
Last week, we were invited to a Koko Krunch cooking workshop at My Private Pantry (are you loving all that alliteration?) hosted Nestlé, taught by Chefs Nicole Loh and her husband Julian, and we also got to meet Love 97.2’s Violet Fen Ying who together with her son are ambassadors for Koko Krunch. We loved… Continue reading Koko Krunch – Great Chocolatey Taste!
When we had our first child, we had a big ass stroller, and loved it tremendously. But soon we found it too heavy for travel so we bought a lightweight umbrella stroller. Then we had 2 kids so I went out and got myself one that had a toddler step integrated. Along the way I… Continue reading Lucky Baby Avenue 2 Buggy – Review
It’s common for newborns to cry for a few weeks or months (some kids even years!) during bath time. Our Scout cried for all of a total of oh, maybe three days? These days she enjoys her bath time and with company will actually crawl out of her bath tub to sit on the bathroom… Continue reading Review: Pigeon Sakura Skincare