My Priceless Mother’s Day Gifts
Dawn hid her cards and little gift while I went to shower. It’s still a nice feeling to receive a surprise when I stepped into my room. 😀 Her messages on the cards are so sweet! Eva made a big... Continue reading →
Singapore National Primary School System : The Middle-Class Bias of Educators
Dawn came back on Wednesday night and asked for some family photos to be printed. She said it was for a homework that was given by her teacher and it has to be handed in on the next day – Thursday. I was puzzled... Continue reading →
My Little Pony Craze!
The girls watched and played too much My Little Pony! They are playing how the Ponies are playing! Continue reading →
Drawings of a 8 Year old
It’s definitely amazing to see how children progress in their drawings, from early childhood (1-3 years) to school age (6-12 years). They started with faint lines (or marks) when they first hold a writing/drawing instrument and started with a lot of... Continue reading →
I am Wonder Woman in Her eyes!
Flipped through Dawn’s exercise book and was amused with what I found. And she did not forget her Daddy, who is the Superman! To which the Daddy commented “How come mine so monochrome?” 😀 Continue reading →
Conversation between Sisters
It was Dawn’s 8-year old birthday. We were having our “Golden Arch” dinner (aka McDonald’s). Eva : Jie Jie, what do you want for your birthday present? Dawn : (shocked) What? Now? You can buy now? Eva : (in her... Continue reading →
I was looking through my digital photos folder and I cannot help but notice how well the 2 sisters play or do things together. Even though they have their fair share of disagreeing with each other, fighting over the same toy etc, the... Continue reading →
Daddy bought 2 boxes of Crayola washable paints for the kids. The kids can’t wait to try them out! What’s good with these paint is their “washable” ability. It’s so easy to wash off from their hands, from their clothes... Continue reading →
Kitchen Fun Time #1 – Dora & Jelly
Won the Dora Magazine Issue 1 from MadPsychMum and the 2 girls were thrilled. Instead of using the silicone cups to bake muffins as suggested by the book, we decided to make jelly instead. Ta-da! Fast and easy! Simple way to... Continue reading →