September School Holidays 2017 Itinerary

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Friends of Wildlife: Singapore Zoo Part 2

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That Epic Bird Park Trip: The Shows

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Perfectly Imperfect Photos

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Before Attending Preschool

June 13, 2012

Prepping for Blake’s first day of school started as early as a few months ago. First order of business, to find the preschool that’s comfortable with Blake and us. We actually had a list of schools we wanted to enroll Blake in, but most of them were pretty far from our house. On top of […]

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First Trip Out (on my own)

June 8, 2012

I almost forgot about this particular milestone! In the first 3-4 months of Blake’s life, I never dared to bring him out on my own. Not until a friend who finally returned to Singapore asked me out for lunch. Alex (that’s what I call her) hardly ever returns to Singapore since she went over to […]

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Blake Flips

April 24, 2012

7 February 2011: This video contains a milestone of Blake’s first year 🙂 That very evening, our little boy learned how to flip himself, from his back to his chest! We were so excited when we saw him achieve such an awesome feat the first time, we were eager to video the process. He was […]

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Vaccination

April 23, 2012

22 January 2011: One of the things most babies have to go through is vaccinations. I dread whenever Blake has to go for one. I always fear the fever that might come after, and the losing of sleep that night. But, I know if my son don’t develop the fever (and if the fever don’t […]

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Tummy Time

April 22, 2012

Tummy times are great for babies. It a way for them to learn how to use their body muscles to the fullest, which is essential for babies cos this will progress to sitting, crawling, standing and eventually, walking. Tummy time helps ‘teach’ your baby how to lift their heads up, how to flip, basically use […]

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