LIfestyle, Renovation

OPSH – Upping the glam in wardrobes

7 Jan , 2016  

Hey guys, The long awaited double promotion post exclusive to readers is finally ready! So stay with me, because at the end of this post, I am going to announce the special promotion exclusively for you that runs for a limited time only! This post is for OPSH, and you can read about Eubiq here. To read […]

Current Affairs Editorial, Musings/thoughts, Parenthood

Bringing up our children right – Lessons learnt from the Hawker VS Man (Cockroach/NEA) spat

28 Dec , 2015  

#sg50 #socialmediaspat The latest social media drama to hit town is that of Hawker vs Cockroach Man spat. Essentially, this spat has gone viral in a post chronicled by the hawkers’ daughter, Andrea Gail Poon. The story goes that a girl (a child) took utensils from said hawker stall (without permission, without purchasing food) and […]

Baby Travel, Taiwan, Travel

Baby Ray’s 1st Overseas Trip: Taiwan (Part 1: Taichung, Xinshe, Cingjing)

29 Nov , 2015  

Hello everyone! This is PapaPips reporting! Erm, ahem, Ray is twice as old now as when he went on this Taiwan trip, so erm, ? paiseh for the delay! Mamasjas was super busy with our #sg50 commitments and whatnots (or so she claims. I caught her reading manga a lot of times), so she resorted to nagging, coercing […]

LIfestyle, Renovation

Pre-reno post: Eubiq + OPSH

13 Nov , 2015  

Hi guys! In this post, we are going to recommend two products to you for your house renovation or refurbishment, and I promise you it is going to be a great idea! We ourselves believe in it, and we are so glad to be working with these two companies! The two products are (1) Eubiq […]

Baby Ray, Parenthood, Teaching/Education

The right language environment for our kids – should we accommodate Singlish and dialects within this space?

28 Oct , 2015  

#sg50 #22mo #babylanguage What is the right language environment for our kids in Singlishpore? I am here to confess that I have no answers to this, for there is no perfect answer either! At 22mo, Ray is pretty vocal for his age, and you know he is a true blue Singaporean when he uses his […]

Parenthood, Teaching/Education

I don’t like you, mummy

16 Oct , 2015  

“I don’t like you, mummy” When your 21mo kid says this to you after a long day at work, when you speed walked home and chased after trains and buses just to gain that teeny advantage over time and see the little monster’s face 5 minutes earlier than later, how would you feel and what […]

Musings/thoughts, Parenthood

Rainbow Baby

4 Oct , 2015  

I’ve been coming across stories and articles on the loss of babies, and as I look at my own little bundle of terror and joy all rolled into one, there is a melancholic sorrow that gnaws softly at the edge of my heart, both for the babies-to-be, babies born sleeping and their devastated parents. This […]

Current Affairs Editorial

Checks and balances are necessary – is it time for the opposition to step up to the big game just yet?

6 Sep , 2015  

I contemplated the writing of this piece for some time, wondering how to best convey my thoughts and feelings of fear, pain and confliction at the path that we are treading this elections, and what I suspect to be the elections henceforth. Over the past decade, I have seen the waves of change washing over […]

Uncategorized

Join our video contest NOW!!! Fab prizes await!

6 Sep , 2015  

Take a video of yourself either singing NDP songs (any patriotic songs of your liking!) or the national anthem. You can… Posted by Jashuat Parenting Articles, Blog & Journey on Sunday, September 6, 2015   Below are the past 5 winners of our sg50 PHOTO Contest. What are you waiting for? Join them, join our video contest […]

Uncategorised

SG 50 – Our Coming of Age, Our Political Landscape

8 Aug , 2015  

Guest Article by Mr Benji Lee #SG50 #oursingapore #wearesingapore 9 August, 2015 marks a historic milestone in Singapore’s young history, with billboards and posters flashing the SG 50 logo on the backdrop of a little red dot, reminding us ever so often. It is a testament of the trials and tribulations that Singapore weathered through – from […]