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So I haven't been writing for a long while now. It's tough when I don't know what my aim is and what I'm supposed to be doing other than folding laundry, mopping the floor and making sure my children are fed and alive, go to school and all that. You get what I mean. I […]
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I have an 8-year-old, I don’t know if he counts as being a tween but I do feel that he is definitely slowly turning into a breed I haven’t encountered before. There are loads and loads of mention of the baby years, toddler years and pre-schooling years out there so parents like you and I …
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I realise that when my kids get to spend too much time on the screen in one day, for the rest of the day I will hear “I’m bored, I don’t know what to do, I want screen…” That really frustrates me. First, why did I let them spend so much time on the screen …
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Do you help your children with their homework? Well today I’ll surprise you by sharing with you that Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland found out that not all types of homework assistance lead to equally positive outcomes. Wait what? Are they saying that a parent that helps their child with homework might unknowingly …
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“But mummy, some of my classmates already have their own phone” *cue whiny sound by my 2nd-grader*  He’s made friends with children from the neighbourhood, some of whom are 4th and 5th graders. They play games like Roblox and Rules of Survival. These are games which I personally feel are not meant for 1st and …
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What exactly is positive parenting and is it a “better” approach to parenting? Let’s explore this touchy topic together. In the past few days, a video of a boy being punished by his father for getting kicked out of his school bus went viral, accumulated more than 2 million views and has since sparked quite …
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“The paradox is that more than anything in our lives we want our children to be happy. We fear judgement, we fear disappointment, we fear failure so much that we have become constantly worried and stressed as parents…” “Without noticing, we transfer all these expectations that we have on our children.” “It takes guts to …
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I’ve been a parent for almost 8 years and I still dare not say I know what I’m doing. Coz the truth is I don’t! Parenting is a constant trial and error process until they leave home! God knows, we will still trial and error with our grandkids… We parent different ways, but it’s becoming …
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One beautiful day, a baby was born. He was the pride and joy of everyone in his family: his parents, his siblings, his grandparents, his aunts and uncles. Everyone doted on him, took care of him, made sure his food was clean and baby-proofed the house. They kept him warm in the cold and kept …
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Well well, that time of the year is coming. First day of school! For many of us, it’s a return to normal schedule (like me!). For some of us though, it’s a new schedule as they have a child starting his or her first day of school ever! Whether your child is going to P1 …
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