Simply because being a Stay-At-Home Mom (SATM) is the hardest job ever? From being a childcare teacher to being a chef, being a Stay-At-Home Mom essentially means an amassment of 10 jobs in one person. I don’t know why I’m writing this but I feel like the role of being a full-time mother at home should be celebrated. All moms should be proud of what their role is and should be proud to say to everyone that they are in fact, a housewife. There are a lot of arguments towards the topic, and today I’m not dwelling on the pros
I’m writing this post purely because I want to remind myself the original intention of creating this blog! Apart from the many reasons of keeping a record of our family life, this blog also provides me with a platform to connect with people out there! (people outside of my circle!) Most importantly, this blog is now a voice of mine, it’s like my friend who I can confide in. (my friend actually said it’s my 3rd baby lol) Being a stay-at-home-mom can be tough! Every day I am talking to a baby/toddler who can only babbles back with some non-existing
Life following my miscarriage was quite a mess to say the least. I was hiding in my country home hoping nobody would ask about what happened with my life recently. My skin was a mess as my postnatal hormones were flying everywhere. My body was in shock still. What happened after miscarriage was similar to having given birth to a real baby. If you would like to have a read on my miscarriage experience, you can read more on http://mommy-licious.com/a-private-lens-into-my-miscarriage-journey/ Firstly, I would like to thank everyone for your lovely messages that you have sent to me via Facebook, WhatsApp
I don’t think any moms would bring their kids to a farm on a rainy day, do you? The award-winning Bocketts Farm Park is an exception, I would say. Apart from the usual park facilities for kids to play outdoor, it has a massive variety of indoor soft play for kids to play for the day. I love bringing Eli to different places. I especially like to bring him out to do some outdoor activities like going to parks, farms or even adventure parks just to let him play and run wild and learn from the nature. I believe letting
Is miscarriage a taboo where nobody ever talks about in the society? There’s been a lot of tears but God helped me through it in the end. I know for sure it was a blessing in disguise. I’ve been pondering whether I should share this in public as miscarriage has always been such a private matter that nobody dares to ever talk about, it is considered as a taboo in the Chinese community in particular where people just keep the news to themselves, albeit very common. (1 in 4 pregnancies ended in a miscarriage, can you believe it?!) I’ve thought
Now I understand why some mommies can get post natal depression! *Disclaimer: this post is not to deter you from giving birth or be scared about having a baby, view it as a possible solution to the endless cry. If you are currently struggling with baby’s cry ……you might finally see an end to it! (yep! this can be done!) The one thing that bothers me the most after giving birth to Eli is his cry. Yes the sleepless nights are unbearable but the worst for me… ….his cry! I’m usually a happy person so when I heard his constant
Don’t leave winter shopping till too late! The weather’s been going up and down these days in Britain, some days being really warm and the last few days were terribly cold. It’s time for us to get ready for winter. Buy now and don’t leave winter shopping till last minute! Apart from getting a jacket for the little ones, what do you buy normally? Do you shop around for the best ones? I’ve already done the job of researching for the best products in the uk, saving you time, so here goes my top 3 winter must-haves for your baby!