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Author: Christina Siew

Mothers should not have to be Superwomen

Mothers should not have to be Superwomen

“No one should have to be super in order to be human.” Teo You Yenn Ms Teo was talking about parenting in her book, “This is what inequality looks like.” A really good read, please pick it up and it will adjust your biased lenses […]

Blame the Mum?

Blame the Mum?

Neglectful Mothers The backlash to a Dayre post inspired this post. Before I start, Dad is also a parent too, but to share my viewpoint as a mother and in relation to the Dayre post, I will generalise parents as mothers here. Moreover the onus […]

Family Photoshoot in Amsterdam | The Lightbox Tales Review

Family Photoshoot in Amsterdam | The Lightbox Tales Review

As I was booking my Airbnb accomodation for Holland and Belgium, Airbnb suggested activities and one hour photoshoot session in Amsterdam stood out. It’s a great idea because this photoshoot would be in time for Baby EX’s second birthday, and we love the one we […]

Giveaway: Breastfeeding Supplies

Giveaway: Breastfeeding Supplies

“International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. It is a focal point in the movement for women’s rights.” – Wikipedia A day to celebrate woman, to give them the freedom to be who they are made to be, what they are made […]

Essential Oils for Children: Review of Rocky Mountain Oils

Essential Oils for Children: Review of Rocky Mountain Oils

Preceding this post is my write up about tricks to boost immunity in toddlers. Read that post to get a context of what is written here. As you can guess, essential oils is one of the ways to boost a toddler’s immunity. Essential oil is […]

Tricks to Boost Immunity in Toddler

Tricks to Boost Immunity in Toddler

I heard horror stories of children who kept falling sick when they first went to school/childcare. So before Evangeline started school, I researched on how to boost Evangeline’s immunity and thus minimise chances of her falling sick. What came up were supplement and essential oils […]

Think Twice about Flying Korean Air with a Toddler

Think Twice about Flying Korean Air with a Toddler

Our family of three travelled to South Korea in October 2018, during Autumn. Evangeline was about 16 months old, double the age of when she first flew to Japan. From Singapore to South Korea, we flew Korean Air with a toddler and were in the […]

Review of ‘Scissors Paper Stone’, Children’s Hair Salon

Review of ‘Scissors Paper Stone’, Children’s Hair Salon

“Have you thought of cutting Evangeline’s hair to look like so-and-so’s daughter? Looks cute,” my friend asked, tactfully hinting that her hair looked messy. “I did cut for her like that, but it grew out to look like this,” I defended. I wanted to be […]

I cried when she stopped breastfeeding unexpectedly

I cried when she stopped breastfeeding unexpectedly

The Day Has Come “Malk, malk,” Evangeline said, and tapped on my left arm. The first thing Evangeline asked for every morning was milk, breastmilk straight from the factory. In recent months, she is very expressive in what she wants. She would pull down my […]

Nursing Rooms in South Korea

Nursing Rooms in South Korea

Originally published at travel.joogostyle.com. “Where can I feed my nursing toddler?” That was the question pressing on my heart before our trip to Seoul. Jeju is easy because I can just latch her in the car we rented for our 4D3N trip. I searched online […]


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