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How we spend our year end holidays

How we spend our year end holidays

It has been more than six months since I last blogged. It has been a tiring and taxing months after the arrival of the boy. With so much to juggle – preparation of meals, feeding the boy, watching over the kids, reading and playing with the kids, washing and cleaning the kids and the house, and...
Only ONE thing in 2014

Only ONE thing in 2014

I woke up early on the first day of 2014, took out my past year diary and browsed through the posts I wrote in my 2013 personal diary. It brought back precious memories of Dot’s first few days in her kindergarten, some amusing conversation we had, my personal thoughts, some useful and wise quotes I...
Like a rose trampled on the ground..

Like a rose trampled on the ground..

One morning, Dot got off the bed, rubbed her sleepy eyes and walked towards me in the living room. “Mommy, I want to watch Sound of Music.” “Cannot watch TV in the morning. You want me to read you a book.” Shaking her head, she replied, “No. I want to paint.” “Ok.” Painting in the...
Faith like Potatoes

Faith like Potatoes

I was preparing for lunch and I took the vegetables, fish and eggs out of the fridge. I noticed that the potatoes in our fridge are starting to grow eyes. I left the potatoes untouched for a few weeks no wonder eyes start popping out of the potatoes. I took one of the potatoes and...
Daddy read and drew for Dot

Daddy read and drew for Dot

First thing in the morning, Dot  asked to be read her Bible stories. Daddy read her “God made the world” and “Noah built a boat” from her Toddler Bible. After each story, daddy drew on her new easel board to reinforce her learning by asking her questions. Dot could name most of the animals in...
Being a mom takes on a new perspective

Being a mom takes on a new perspective

The transition from a pregnant mom-to-be to a real mom is tough. The learning curve was very sharp and there was no way I could just throw the towel and call it quits. The early months, especially the first month of breastfeeding, was very challenging and draining due to lack of experience, knowledge and rest....