L for lion

Feeding a toddler is one of the dilemmas of being a mom. I’m not sure how many can relate, but my 3-year-old son is always “mapili” when it comes to fruits and vegetables. Well, honestly, I used to be one when I was his age. hehe. But as early as possible, I would like him to have the habit of

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Art of Letting go

Hi Marshall,  5 days to go and it’s Christmas! It’s your last day at school for this year. You’ll have almost 2 weeks to rest at home and be with mami and dada! yey! You started going to preschool beginning of this month. It’s a full-day child care sort of a pre-learning center for children from 6 mos to 5 yrs. Initially,

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My baby is no longer a baby (toilet trained at 2 years and 8 months)

One of the most important milestones of a child (and parents too) is being toilet trained. There is no definite age to start a child’s potty training. It can start as early as 18 months, or maybe around 3-4 years, or later than that. Initially, we started training Marshall just before he turned 2. Back then, with the help of

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Marshall’s 1st winter

Winter has already started earlier this June. When we came back here last March, the temperature was already cold like having a centralized aircon. Unlike the first time we went here in January, the temperature that time reached to 40 deg Celsius.  This is our first winter! Yey! We didn’t bring any winter clothes so we bought some for Marshall.

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C for caterpillar

Yey! We’re on the 3rd letter of the alphabet! C. C for caterpillar. We will need: -art papers (it’s your choice what color you’d like to use) -egg carton -wiggly eyes -scotch tape -glue -pair of scissors You need to cut the egg carton till you get this shape below. (Cutting out need parental assistance)Cut out different shapes and just stick

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