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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Flashback Friday #40: Airport Fun

April 19, 2013

18 October 2011: It was an afternoon spent at Changi Airport again! As with the last trip to the airport, Blake and I went to all three terminals, and we played till Sean joined us after work to have dinner together. Before heading home, we spent some time at the playground in terminal 3! Crawling […]

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Story Behind Their Names

April 18, 2013

This post has been sitting in draft since sometime in March 2013. And I’m finally getting down to completing it thanks to Sandra (SANses). Haha. When my younger sister, Sonia, asked me how Blake and Nakayla got their names, I told her and she said something to the effect of, “They are named after a […]

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First Wordless Wednesday Linky

April 17, 2013

I know it’s supposed to be Wordless Wednesday, but if I don’t give a bit of background, people might think I went nuts one day. Haha. This video came up within the circle of Singapore Mom Bloggers: And very quickly, it was decided that we should embrace this Asian side of us, and the theme […]

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Cradle Cap

April 16, 2013

I never expected one of my babies to suffer from cradle cap. I had heard about it from other parents, but I never expected it on my baby. It came out of the blue for Nakayla. We had noticed the flaky dry skin within her hair, but we dismissed it as dandruff. I then started […]

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Playing with Nakayla

April 15, 2013

8 April 2013: My mom was playing Peek-a-Boo with Nakayla when we went over for dinner. And Nakayla picked it up fast! Haha. 11 April 2013: I got Nakayla laughing by chance. I made a ‘pop’ sound with my lips and it tickled her belly so hard! Even when the camera was recording, she couldn’t […]

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