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February 2013

Parenting

Censorship & your Child

Do you believe in censorship for children? Frankly, I feel that censorship is not an issue. We live in a time where children can easily access information, ideas, and images on their own. And chances are, your child will be…

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Preschooler & Up

Windfalls – Panic vs Plan

Huat ah! Your child’s ang pow stash has given him grandiose dreams of buying his own iPhone/iPad/fill-in-the-blank here. You however, would prefer to bank and save the stash. A distant family relative of mine led a happy, carefree life until…

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Baby & Toddler

Making Sense of Formula Milk

It is encouraging to see that more new parents in Singapore are realising the importance of breastfeeding. According to a report in The Straits Times last August, hospitals say that more mothers are choosing to breastfeed exclusively. The National University…

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Parenting

Open House for Parents of Sick Kids at NUH

The first ‘home-away-from-home’ for families with sick children opens in Singapore. A new Ronald McDonald House (RMH) was opened last month at the National University Hospital (NUH). The is a “free overnight respite facility” specially for parents of sick children…

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