Product Review: Dapple – Safe Natural Way to Clean Those Drippy Messes

Turning eco-friendly is an automatic switch turned on once most Mommies discovered they are pregnant. I remembered studying every chemical ingredient of baby safe cleaning products available in the market so that I can make the most informed choice. The amount of harmful ingredients in many so called ‘organic’ baby cleaning products are alarming! These… Continue reading Product Review: Dapple – Safe Natural Way to Clean Those Drippy Messes

How to create a Montessori child-friendly environment in a small apartment (Part One)

 Good morning everyone! I’m blogging for the first time in my new place. It’s been a week since we’ve moved in. Still settling in, unpacking, tidying, making minute homely adjustments around the house. One of the first challenges was setting up child-friendly Montessori spaces & keeping spaces NEAT for a small home to a family of… Continue reading How to create a Montessori child-friendly environment in a small apartment (Part One)

Sweet 16 going on 17. Here’s to a brand new year! 

Good morning!  I’m recently stuck in a quiet state of mind. Being I find it hard to find words to everything going on in my mind & in my life. It’s been an exciting 2016 & I am fully looking forward to embracing 2017!  One major undertask these few months have been Project Moving House.… Continue reading Sweet 16 going on 17. Here’s to a brand new year! 

Mr Postman, is there a holiday card in your bag for me? [GIVEAWAY]

“To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart.”  Phyllis Theroux Hello everyone, I hope that you’ve caught the best of this year end holiday love bug. It’s my absolute favourite time of the year! The streets are aglow, malls are decked out in huge luminous christmas… Continue reading Mr Postman, is there a holiday card in your bag for me? [GIVEAWAY]

Our Montessori Shelf: Activity trays for a 3 YO & 15 MO

It’s official. Today’s the last day of school and the beginning of a long year-end school holiday. I’m actually looking forward to the holidays because it means I’m taking a break from being Bub’s school chauffeur. It’s rather exciting to be able to plan out a few activities I’ve been wanting to try out with… Continue reading Our Montessori Shelf: Activity trays for a 3 YO & 15 MO

The Joy Of Owning Beautiful & Educational Toys

4 years ago, I fell in love with the Montessori philosophy that children should be given beautiful, wooden, well-made toys. It resonated so well with my beliefs & it just made sense. Though 4 years later, realistically it is almost impossible to buy ONLY wooden toys for my boys. We gladly adopt hand-me-downs plastic & battery… Continue reading The Joy Of Owning Beautiful & Educational Toys

Happiness is … the smell of pancakes in the morning

I pictured my pancakes to turn out looking like a pancake photoshoot image. But again, I’m cooking with a 3 year old. Bubs suggested using yogurt to replace our usual honey. He mixed the batter, scooped them into the pan, we flipped the pancakes together & he sliced up the bananas. I love how mornings… Continue reading Happiness is … the smell of pancakes in the morning