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My Funtastic Four by Adrian Tan - 3M ago

In a blink of an eye, this blog has been going on for close to four years.

The birth of it was pretty accidental. I had been writing on adriantan.com.sg and it was primarily related to recruitment stuffs.

I was frustrated about not getting traffic for my blog. One day I decided to flip the table and write about whatever I want.

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We are stoked to be selected by FeedSpot Reader as one of the Top 15 Singapore Parenting Blogs on the web.

It came as a pleasant surprise for us as the intention of this blog is to find an outlet for us to express our parenting journey and to help us remember what we have done a decade or two later.

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Photo by Dino Reichmuth

Continuing on our series on educational games suitable for children stuck in a car, we bring you math games that you can play on the road without any preparation or materials.

Math has a reputation for being a difficult subject which many children struggle with. This reputation is unwarranted, as all you need is a little imagination to bring the topic to life.

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With crazy work schedules and always evolving young kids, things can get really out of hand.

Our oldest is settling into Primary two, our 2nd and 3rd are going to new classes as they promote to K1 and N1 respectively, and our youngest Kyra just started to realise the fun of crawling and making her parent’s heart drop as she scales Mount staircase.

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Family camping trips can be quite a challenge when you have young children with you. It takes a lot of careful packing and planning, but it’s worth it to get your toddlers outdoors experiencing nature.

There are many ways to make camping with kids fun and stress-free. From packing the right meals to planning fun outdoor games, here are 8 tips for camping with toddlers that will make the whole trip run more smoothly.

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My nephew is going to graduate from NTU very soon. He major in Accounting, a major he chose as he sees big money making potential from how his aunt seems to be doing as a seasoned accountant.

He isn’t wrong.

Any accounting major from local government schools are highly sought after even before they graduate.

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There is no other way to say this but dogs are awesome. They are not only great as companions but they are also good with kids. Dogs understand kids.

If you have a child, one of the best things you can do for her is to give her a puppy.

Even if the dog does not go to obedience school, he will most probably still learn from the human he comes in contact with the most.

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This shall be my final instalment of our Taiwan Holiday Trip. Been extremely caught up with work, home, and house hunting that this came SOOOOO late! But better late than never, and it’s just nice for December Holidays, right???

Our last leg of our Taiwan Trip, brought us to the heart of the city – TAIPEI.

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After spending 2 days with the animals, we moved to the city of Taichung, for a stopover, before, moving up the hills to the arms of flora and fauna.

Thanks to the wide selection in Agoda, we managed to streamline our selections to Hotel 1969 Blue Sky. It is a relatively new boutique hotel with big rooms, enough to house the 6 of us.

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Tantrums and melt down can frustrate even most patient parents. If you are one of those “annoyed” parents, here are the things you can use to teach your kids acting on anger and strong feelings.

How embarrassing and disappointing it is when your kid throws tantrum in the crowded place or at home.

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