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 […]

Current Affairs Editorial

The return of the Kampung spirit – Updated version 2.0

7 Aug , 2015  

#SG50 #wearesingapore Hi guys  As some of you may know, I am actually really, really busy right now! What with work, bubs and getting things ready for our house. Yes! Finally, finally, finally, after 5 loooooooooooong years of waiting, Pips and I are finally going to move into our own home, and are now busy […]

Foodie Alert!, Restaurants/Dining

August Dining SPECIALS for Breastfeeding Moms & SG50 dining deals for jubilee celebrations

1 Aug , 2015  

#SG50 #SG50dining promos #WBW #ExpressYourself #latchon #freethenipple #breastfeeding #NIP #normalize breastfeeding  #WorldBreastfeedingWeek Hello everyone! I began a WBW initiative last year on a whim, and this year, I am continuing the tradition! I have also tried to expand the scope to include an #SG50 slant to it this year so that EVERYONE can take part […]

Baby Ray

Baby Ray counting

15 Jul , 2015  

#vid #throwback #16mo Hi guys! This is just a short vid of Ray counting down from 1 – 10 back when he was abt 16mo? He could count for some time by then, though he loved to skip his 4s and 7s for some strange, unfathomable reason. Proud and happy to say that he doesn’t […]

Uncategorized

Little Reader series – cultivating a love for reading from young

25 Jun , 2015  

Hello friends! Today I am sharing a video of me reading a picture book with Ray, which essentially advises you on how to cultivate a love for reading with your baby, getting them to learn words, attach meaning to those words and develop the confidence to speak up. Educating kids is a topic close to […]

Teaching/Education

How to teach Kids to Respect you & your Authority without Hitting or Screaming

21 May , 2015  

#education #17mo #valueofreasoning #itcanwork Impatient Mom, impatient Bubs Ray is 17mo now, and as proud as I am of him growing into the little man that he is, with his own distinct personality nicely shaping up, I am also immensely proud of myself for being the mummy that I am, slowly finding my footing along […]