Tag: Reviews

Jamu or Postnatal TCM Tuina Massage with Madam Partum?

Jamu or Postnatal TCM Tuina Massage with Madam Partum?

Many of my mother friends highly recommend postnatal massages. “Help to get rid of the bulge,” they said with a wink. Dig further, postnatal massage has lots more benefits. Coupled with tummy wrap, the massage helps to relax and heal the body, expel wind and…

Go Natural with Lemamasita – Review of Antenatal Class by Doula Leila

Go Natural with Lemamasita – Review of Antenatal Class by Doula Leila

“Leila will be there!”, “Leila will be speaking at the event.” My Feb mummies WhatsApp group made me curious about this Leila. Knowing Leila is a doula made me doubly keen to hear from her during the mummy’s event. I have briefly read about doula…

Labour Interventions: Should I go for epidural, induced labour or c-sect?

Labour Interventions: Should I go for epidural, induced labour or c-sect?

As I read the conversation going on in my WhatsApp mummies group, I wished more mothers know what I know. I wanted to tell them what I’ve learned from Leila of Lemamasita (Join her antenatal class!). Yet, I don’t feel like I’m qualified to tell…

Review of Prenatal Massage at Madam Partum, Singapore

Review of Prenatal Massage at Madam Partum, Singapore

I love massages, but I heard tuina massages and even massage chair are not advisable for pregnant ladies. Yet as my pregnancy progresses, my tired and aching muscles are screaming for relief. That is, until I decided to try out prenatal massages! I was initially…

Baby Shop at Bugis (Shen Kwong Trading)

Baby Shop at Bugis (Shen Kwong Trading)

“You can check out this baby clothing shop in Bugis.” Always a whisper here and there about this shop among mummy groups, but not ostensibly well-known. So I’m shedding some light on this “elusive” baby shop at Bugis that’s near the Chinese temple. A quick…

Prenatal Pilates at Breathe Pilates, Singapore

Prenatal Pilates at Breathe Pilates, Singapore

An expectant mother in Asia will often hear the elderly instructing her not to carry heavy things, but to sit and rest, to be careful of this and that. Thus, mothers tend to “victimise” themselves and start to behave as if they are sick. On…

First Visit to Pediatric Dentist, Singapore | Review of Thomson Dental

First Visit to Pediatric Dentist, Singapore | Review of Thomson Dental

I don’t often hear toddlers going for dentist check up. I heard these from fellow parents, “It’s just the first set of teeth.”, “Not many teeth anyway.” or “The dentist can’t do much as well, except ask a few questions. Waste of time and money.”…

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…

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…