It has been a year, or is it two that I have stopped writing. Flashing back, this whole year could be one of the hardest year that both my wife and I had ever gone though in our life, but it is throughout these ordeals, our love has strengthen because we know that only love can … More Finally One!
My little boy was trained to pass motion when he was 1 year old. My wife tell him to say “ng ng” (pass motion) when he feel it is time to go. He is doing it very well, and was trained in practically a week. He has been an obedient boy when it came to … More Potty training continues
Kenji boy has been self feeding since he was 18 months old. He first started by grabbing his spoon from us, and demand to feed the food into his mouth all by himself. At start, he do not even know how to use the spoon. We watched how he experiment with the spoon. Sometimes he … More His meal time
I can still remember how he whimper and cry when we refused to give him a bath due to the rainy weather. We used to bathe him twice a day, one in the morning and the other in the evening. We initially thought that he might be used to the daily routine and refused to … More He loves water…
Kenji boy first tooth sprouted when he was almost 4 month old my family received a lot of advises from friends and family that we can start give him some solids like porridge and purees. I insisted not to as he is a fully breastfed baby, and he seems to still enjoy the bonding with his mummy. … More Starting solids too early?
Ever since he is young, it is our common sense to give him whatever he wanted, be it toys or foods. Lately, he would whine and cry when we refused to give in to him. I want my child to be happy but I want him to learn to appreciate and love everything we gave. … More Teaching him to appreciate
Lately, my boy has developed an intense interest with balloons. Everywhere we go, he would be asking for a balloon. When he sees me, he will repeatedly tell me that he want to go Aeon. I will ask him why he wanted to go. He would replied happily, “balloon”. For goodness sake, sometimes we have … More It’s balloon time