So, it has been 12 days since my second angel was delivered through c-section. It was an incredible moment as I lay on the surgical bed, felt that tremendous nudge and heard my angel wail for the first time. It was love, joy mixed in oddly with all the bitter, helpless fear of undergoing a… Continue reading C-sec delivery – Day 12
After reading the all time popular Eric Carle's 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar', I had been searching up tonnes of activities on Pinterest but reality was - one, Bubs is too young for worksheet activities, two, he never enjoys flash cards, art & crafts that borders on too many instructions. (Honestly, I am too lethargic in… Continue reading The Very Hungry Lime Caterpillar
We took a babymoon to Bali when I was pregnant with Bubs three years ago. Hence, we decided it was only fair that we do the same now I'm carrying our second baby boy. Can't exactly go diving or engaging in any fun water sports now that we have a toddler & pregnant woman in… Continue reading Bali Adventures
Been nursing a very sick toddler (who has yet to recover) for the past two weeks until I too succumbed to the virus. Aside from the excessive whining from Bubs' irritability, we managed to keep ourselves occupied with some activities that are not too challenging yet engaging enough for a sick toddler who is not… Continue reading 8 Activities To Do At Home When Your Toddler Is Sick
We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry. Maria Montessori Ever since Bubs memorised counting from one to ten, the next milestone naturally would be to make sense of it all - understanding quantity and numerical symbols associated with it. As excited… Continue reading How to teach the concept of numbers to a toddler – mathematics using art
It truly makes me appreciate Maria Montessori's philosophy of creating a "prepared environment" for the child...