Monthly Archives: June 2016

Sorry, no more ducks

Such a nice story. I had to “clip” it and keep it. It reminds me that many times, the little inconveniences, the needy little demands of my daughter gives me a chance to connect with her, and simply be there … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts on a Tuesday Morning

There was a news commentary that holistic assessment in schools may add to the stress of our school-going children. The commentary written by a founder of a “tutorial school” pointed out that The MOE’s tweaks to primary school registration rules … Continue reading

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Nobody’s ever ready for a child

There was an opinion piece in the Straits Times (22 June 2016). “Children will make you richer, not poorer”, which ST featured on their FB page with this blurb: “Are children worth the sacrifice?” I read the article, which was … Continue reading

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Z at 18 months

Today (June 18, 2016), I looked at Z and saw her smile at me with what seemed like the full set of milk teeth. She had just had her 18 month check-up and shots (June 17, 2016). She’s 10 kg … Continue reading

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