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Withlocals.com - Find the ultimate experience in travelling!

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Get Local: new website brings tourists in contact with locals!

Have you ever heard a tourist tell a story about his most memorable travel experience? It soon became clear to me, that the experience with the ‘most local’ touch has the upper hand. Apparently, in this age of many-to-many connections, booking a mass-organized tour is not the dream of a traveller anymore. People worldwide look for one-to-one connections. 

Locals can give a far more intense impression of a country than any guidebook or big tour operator. These days, there are more and more companies which are started in the spirit of ‘social sharing’ such as Airbnb or Couchsurfing. Recently, we found a new platform, called Withlocals. An organization which connects travelers and locals from all over the world, through food and experiences. Locals can offer tours, workshops and even home dinner experiences directly to tourists. 

Withlocals.com gives you the opportunity to explore a city in a whole new way. You can book home dining experiences, activities and tours in Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Thailand. 




Win-win situation 

For the locals: They can earn some extra money in a creative and fun way by simply showing or teaching tourists their daily activities. Think about fruit carving in Bali, a lesson in Thailand’s National Sport Muaythai, or go for an authentic home dinner in Vietnam!

For the tourists: It is the ideal way to explore a culture up-close. You will discover non touristic places, of the beaten track! It seems like a cool project to try out ourselves sometime! Definitely worth to check out the site and see what kind of options there are to become a host or guest.



Photo courtesy of Withlocals.com

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宝岛亲子游 - 如何选择航空航线

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所谓好的开始就是成功的一半,所以如果旅行的开端已经是个烦人的开端,那么你就可能不会想要再度去亲子游了。

我们的第一次台湾游是搭亚航,原因是帮全家人买机票时我还没有怀孕(订票时大概有一年多前),所以没有法子只好add on infant。结果头痛来了。。。

头痛#1
从槟城到台湾没有直飞,所以必须从槟城飞到吉隆坡,然后再转机到台北。要知道亚航的转机不是拍拍屁股拿个handcarry行李就行的那种,而是把所有行李都从机舱搬下,然后再check-in的那种,而且航厦里的工作人员态度又差,单单搬动行李和跑进跑出arrival/departure就要累死了,还差点给check-in counter的人气死。大热天气还没上到飞往台湾的机舱都已经满身大汗了。*累*

头痛#2
航厦一点都不baby-friendly,虽然说在大马找不到decent的diaper changing room是很普遍的,但是起码机场也应该花点心思maintain一下,那个房间简直就像垃圾房,而且男性的外劳janitor整天进进出出(扫地倒垃圾需要这么多人这么frequent吗??),真的很反感。虽说有隔开一个小的哺乳房,但是却不能锁的!而且他们随时会推开那扇门,而且不止一次,一点安全感都没有!Diaper changing table也很脏,感觉上好像很多很多细菌那样,所以要记得自己铺上自己带来的垃圾袋或changing mat垫底,不然bb的头不知道会不会生疮。

头痛#3
Infant没有special priority!要bassinet吗?单程座位一趟加RM110。
Baby food?你就想啦!
Diaper on demand?发梦时再问空姐拿。
Priority check-in/seating?上机都乱七八糟没秩序,休想地勤人员会热心帮忙你。
空姐也很不专业,即将起飞了还要我提醒她们还没给我baby seat belt!
要泡奶/弄热母奶也需自备热水,向空姐讨也有脸色给你看。*气*

头痛#4
Stroller寄机舱?是的,你可以用到上机前最后一分钟,但是请看看以下照片亚航是如何handle stroller的。。卫生指数0,而且我的stroller到达台北时已经脏兮兮了,在经过4趟来回之后,污渍都洗不起了~ 而且想想看,这么样不卫生,真的会对皮肤敏感的bb造成麻烦的。。
所以奉劝你如果带stroller搭亚航,要记得带便宜的umbrella stroller,还有自备塑胶袋把stroller套起来。*无奈*

我的stroller!!

头痛#5
Infant什么都要$$$$!!
来个数学题。。。
Baby的亚航机票:
槟城-吉隆坡 单程RM50,来回RM100
吉隆坡-台北 单程RM125,来回RM250
吉隆坡-台北Bassinet需要拿hot seat 单程RM110,来回RM220 
总数=RM570!!
而且我们还要分开坐,只有我一个人拿hot seat有什么意思,需要帮忙时旁边都没有人,所以我们决定不要bassinet了
总数=RM350

Baby的国泰航空机票:
槟城-香港(转机)-台北 单程RM218
高雄-香港(转机)-槟城 单程RM218
包括bassinet,baby meal,diaper,priority boarding(我们简直是VIP)
总数=RM436
而且是multiple city,去时台北,回时高雄,可以来个双城游。


亚航全程是这样过的(小叔偷拍的)。。。

将近5小时的手臂锻炼。。

国泰航空是这样过的。。。








看到差别了吗?登机大不同。。。

抱歉,亚航真的没几张照片可以po,登机时已经很累很匆忙,没mood也没空闲的手去抓相机了。11个人一起去也没一个真的有空也。。夸张吗??就只有以下小叔拍的一千零一张咯。

亚航。登机于吉隆坡前往台北


这是两个月后我们夫妻俩自己带小妞再次飞台湾双城游的时候。只有我们两个大人带着bb也,但是远比之前的好至少10倍!一点也不手忙脚乱,而且还得到VIP对待。除了头等舱和商务座的客人,带着老人与小孩的乘客们都被放在第一位。

国泰航空。登机于槟城前往台北,转机于香港

香港转机中,两手空空放轻松

除了头等舱和商务舱的乘客,我们是最早登机的,还有‘礼物’送喔


高雄-香港-槟城转机中,online check-in时本来已经没有bassinet的座位了,带着bb走到柜台通知国泰航空地勤员,他们二话不说就马上把之前auto assign的座位换掉了,把可以安置bassinet的前排座位换给我俩!

你看后面有多少人在排着队呢?他们对老人与小孩(2岁以下婴儿)的对待真的超赞!

Check-in后,小妞正在享受她的机场欢乐时光 -- 看飞机起飞~

虽然在最后的45分钟转机时间突然要求换座位和bassinet,但是也可以做到喔,这就是professional!


后记:
亲子游就是应该舒舒服服开开心心的,所以必要时我们真的不介意花多些钱买好的服务,那叫物有所值。亚航那趟回程才叫噩梦,飞机延迟起飞了,结果到达吉隆坡时我们来不及再次check-in行李回槟城!抱着bb跑到上气不接下气到了柜台,他们说不受理了,因为domestic flight是AirAsia,delay的是AirAsia X!看清楚哦,是有个X字的。

地勤人员:“行李是上不了飞机的了,要登机请便,如果要投诉请到AirAsia X柜台,我们这里是AirAsia的柜台,你向我投诉没用的,谢谢。” 

这么一搞不知是我们被害惨了,还有其他几个乘客要接驳回槟城的也遭殃。。。真的是@%@&#^%^!!!!!

一堆行李在地上,怎办??如果不上飞机就损失惨重了,机票和行李都回报销,如果上机,就必须想办法把损失和麻烦减到最低。结果我们尽量把可以handcarry的都搬走上飞机,2个人留下收拾残局,搭巴士回去!!差点搬行李搬到吐白泡。。。天啊~~~~

我抱着bb跑到登机门口时向他们理论,结果还被当值的马来男性地勤人员非常大声地喊道:“If you want to board the plane you shut up, if you do not want to board you get out now!!”

这是什么态度!!?你老爸的家吗??如果不是因为飞机要起飞了我一定port他!

TMD真的是越想越气,所以第二趟我们决定搭国泰航空了,反正真的只贵少许。不!应该说bb的价钱还更便宜,而且服务态度一流,这才配叫做服务业。

以上的一字一句都属实,是我们的真实经历,不知道其他人有没有类似的经验,但是我们搭了几次的亚航都是不好的经历,所以从此以后除非没选择(航线或时间不适合)我们都不会考虑亚航。


下一篇。。台湾的哺乳室。。哺乳的妈妈们应该很期待喔~

桃园机场的哺乳室

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Parenting: Phone apps for baby's first year

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As more and more of our friends are promoted to parents, I am also kind of being promoted to become an advisor among the mommies. Midnight chats and SOS calls to help them through their bf journey and maternity rest is also a type of fun and I really enjoy lending a hand~ 


At this modern age where almost every mommy is going into the labour room with iPhone/Samsung in their hand, you should actually explore further on the available apps which can help you in baby's first year. Especially during your maternity rest, you will find yourself having memory shortage and very stressed out for having to remember the feeding and diaper changing frequency.

I was glad that I took some time to explore the related apps during my first week of maternity rest and discovered a few! After few days of trial, I decided to stick to this - My Baby & Me by Philips AVENT.



This apps enables you to track the following items and put into statistics and save the data. 



Then you can always check back your baby's last feeding/sleeping/diaper change. Very helpful for new mommies in scheduling the sessions even if you are alone with limited support during the second month of your maternity rest.



Besides this, you can also keep track of your baby's special moments by sequence. Keeping record of your baby's milestones is very heartwarming. You may share it with your friends and family later on.



Furthermore there are also tips and advice for first time mommies to refer to, from pregnancy to baby's 1+ year, e.g. pregnancy diet, returning to work, and establishing baby's routine, etc...

 



Another series of apps that I had started using since pregnancy are What To Expect | Pregnancy & Baby and What To Expect Baby Tracker. I found this What To Expect | Pregnancy & Baby apps very helpful throughout my pregnancy, and it cleared most of my doubts week by week. For new fathers who are lazy to flip through books on pregnancy, they will like this apps as it provides concise summary on weekly basis about baby's development and changes on the mother. Understand and provide good support to the new mommy is very important, it will create a good start of family bonding before childbirth.




As for What To Expect Baby Tracker apps, there are guidelines to month-by-month development of the baby, so you may read ahead what is predicted next in his/her milestone so that you'll not be too surprised on the changes.



Another interesting feature that is available in this apps is the Feeding. This is quite useful for new mommies in the first month to monitor the baby's feeding trend. You can even time your feeding by breast! Haha~



These are my personal experience and preference, you might find a lot more similar apps and maybe you will discover other apps which are even more powerful and user friendly.

So mommies, what are you still waiting for? Grab the apps and try out today. And don't forget to share if you find new tools too!


XOXO,
mommy Cheryl

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宝岛亲子游 - 台湾亲子自助旅游全攻略

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我们这十年里的旅行都是两个人的旅行,偶尔会约一约其他家人朋友,但是90%都是两个人。很庆幸我们不仅是couple,也是很合拍的旅行伴侣哦,因为很多夫妻也未能够享受一起旅行的(兴趣和意见分歧太大),所以不管什么样的旅程我都照杀。可以说 I married my best friend! 哈哈〜

怀孕时去了趟长滩岛(Boracay Island),单单转机transit时间就有够头痛的了,从槟城飞到目的地就吃了差不多一整天时间。还好我去旅行都比较喜欢见步行步的,而且挺着肚子好多活动都不能参与了,只有份看,就试着体验另类的旅行,结果还是蛮享受的啦。

亲子游的最大挑战是爸妈的应变能力和能耐。它不再像以往的旅行般可以完全照着编排好的行程进行,而且极大可能会把你的心情搞得像过山车一样,所以很多爸妈体验了一次亲子游就投降了。还好两次的台湾游都难不倒我们,而且我发觉原来做了妈妈以后,脸皮会变得很厚哦,小孩大庭广众哭闹时也还得处之泰然。飞机起飞降落难免避免不了小孩呱呱叫或哭得稀里哗啦的,这也是一个大挑战,但是连续飞了几次,我也已经练得麻木了。哈哈~

言归正传,为何会相隔两个月连续去宝岛呢?因为台湾的确是个非常baby-friendly的国家,政府还特别支持哺乳,所以顺理成章的就成为我们的target咯。结果宝岛游也成为了我的另类探索游 -- 发掘各个名胜地和捷运站的哺乳室。每到一个地方,我就会去柜台询问哺乳室在哪,以便可以预料时间舒舒服服的给小公主喂奶。

宝岛游Hit1 - 2013五月7天6夜台湾东北部行程:
Day1:槟城/吉隆坡 - 桃园机场 - 九份(九份老街、施家民宿)
Day2:九份 - 宜兰(雪山隧道、依依不舍民宿、苏澳港吃午餐、宜兰国立传统艺术中心、罗东夜市)
Day3:宜兰(冬山河亲水公园、梅花湖、小熊书房、宜农牧羊场、葛玛兰酒厂、庆祝��母亲节)
Day4:宜兰(兰阳博物馆)- 野柳地质公园 - 台北(璞丽商旅、西门町)
Day5:台北(中正纪念堂、台北地下街、淡水、鼎王麻辣锅)
Day6:台北(台北101、五分埔、士林夜市)
Day7:西门町 - 桃园机场 - 吉隆坡/槟城

机票:
廉价航班:Penang - Kuala Lumpur来回约RM200(大人)RM100(2岁以下小孩),Kuala Lumpur - Taipei来回约RM700(大人)RM250(2岁以下小孩)

住宿
九份:施家民宿 (http://jiufen.okgo.tw/)
宜兰:依依不舍民宿 (www.eehome.tw)
台北:西门町璞丽商旅 (www.hotel-puri.com)


交通
台北 - 九份 - 宜兰:4天3夜包车和司机,12人刚好一辆小巴士,约RM3000
台北:捷运



宝岛游Hit2 - 2013七月5天4夜台湾北向南部行程:
Day1:槟城/香港 - 桃园机场 - 宜兰(罗东区)
Day2:宜兰 - 台北 - 高雄 - 垦丁(毫无准备之下步上了躲避苏力颱风的旅程,一路向南!)
Day3:垦丁(恒春老街、阿嘉的家、国立海洋生物博物馆、垦丁大街)
Day4:垦丁 - 高雄 (旗津、爱河、六合夜市)
Day5:高雄机场 - 香港/槟城

机票:
Cathay Pacific Multiple City:Penang - Taipei单程,Kaohsiung - Penang单程,约RM1200(大人)RM450(2岁以下小孩)**比廉价航班更为值得!!

住宿
宜兰:罗东卡通世界民宿 (http://cartoons.elandbnb.tw/
垦丁:民享墅民宿 (http://www.enjoy-villa.idv.tw/
高雄:吉娃娃商旅 (http://www.gwawa.com.tw/index.asp)

交通
桃园机场 - 台北市府转运站:大有巴士2060路线,於桃园机场第二航厦发车06:00-01:00(市府转运站04:40-23:00),每隔30分钟乙班次(单程票价台币145元,路线图http://www.airbus.com.tw/busline/airportbusdetail.php?sn=1)
台北市府转运站 - 宜兰罗东:搭乘首都客运“台北1570罗东线”由台北往罗东,於市府转运站第12.13号售票口购票(请向售票員声明到达罗东),购票后请至13号月台排队候车(往罗东一律至13号月台乘車)。首都客运於例假日期间将视乘車人潮机动调整班次,平均5-15分钟即有一班次。(首都客运台北-罗东单程票价台币120元,半票60元,路线图 http://www.capital-bus.com.tw/yilan/businfo.html
台北 - 垦丁:台北車站搭高铁(两小時)至左營站,然后搭私人计程车到垦丁,四人一车一人约台币400元
高雄:捷运
旗津:电动自行车


饮食
早餐:民宿通常包早餐,而酒店通常没包早餐。一顿早餐最低限度(面食+饮料)约RM10;要省钱可以考虑到便利店扫货(7-Eleven 或 Family Mart),约RM6 可以买到面包+饮料。
午餐和晚餐:小吃店普通面食大概从RM6起跳,饮料一杯从RM3起跳。最享受莫过于到各大夜市“扫街”,分分钟消费比到小吃店还要高,美食诱惑抗拒不了~
台北必吃:超大炸鸡排、蚵仔面线、蚵仔煎、臭豆腐、各式茶底饮料和冰沙、各式乳制品
淡水必吃:铁蛋、阿给、巨无霸冰淇淋
宜兰必吃:肉羹、龙凤腿、牛舌饼、花生糖捲冰淇淋
高雄必吃:海鲜热炒、爱玉冰、肉包子
垦丁必吃:绿豆馅、恒春冬粉鸭、炸柳叶鱼shishamo(很便宜!)
旗津必吃:海之冰、烤鱿鱼、烧酒螺、活海鲜、各式包装的海产(特别推荐樱花虾和鱿鱼丝)

台湾亲子游必备:
1. 相机(不然就白来了)
2. 手机 + 相机充电器
3. International adapter
4. Disposable雨衣(可以在7-11或Family Mart购买),特别是在春夏时期雨量较多
5. 轻便的baby stroller,我们也带baby carrier,走夜市用baby carrier的确比较方便
6. 家里带来的纸尿片和baby wipes(以防bb屁股有过敏,若是台湾机场哺乳室供给的可以放一百个心使用)建议一天6-7片,4片带上飞机,extra4片hand carry,以应不时之需 - flight delay/luggage delay)
7. 每天出门spare多一套衣物(妈妈和bb也需要喔,若被屎尿弄脏可随时更换)
8. 奶嘴两个(肮脏了至少还有嘴spare)- 飞机起飞降落时由于气压不同,bb通常会耳痛而哭,吸奶嘴的用意其实就像大人吞口水,可以缓和气压对bb造成的不适
9. 垃圾袋(装脏尿片和脏衣服,或在公共��换尿片时给bb铺着比较卫生)
10. 一两样bb平时最喜欢的玩具,和一样新的玩具(可以在飞机上bb哭闹时分散她的注意力)
11. bb的冲凉必备:毛巾、沐浴乳(建议带瓶Lactacid就可以了,决不会过敏)、爽身粉、nappy rash cream、如意油、diaper change mat。。。是不是越看越多东西需要pack呢?
12. 随身携带的热水壶(一到哺乳室就可以refill)
13. Nursing ponco(很好用的,可以当妈妈的外套,天气转劣可以给宝宝暂时挡风遮雨)
14. 别忘了奶瓶和奶/奶粉!所以说直接哺乳可以省麻烦,只要带条nursing ponco就可以了
15. 钱和信用卡
16. Smart phone,以便随时可以上网查资料
17. Baby背包,把所有出门必须品统统丢进去(以后教你们如何轻便pack背包就可以出门一整天)
18. Baby snacks/finger food(有时候出门不方便或及时喂puree就以baby饼干和奶暂时当一餐)

我们的practice是纯属个人经验之谈,喂食方面有可能某些父母不能apply,我俩是蛮支持attachment parenting的,所以不要问我“不会麻烦咩?”,我会回答你“老了孩子不带你出门就是嫌你麻烦,跟你学的咯!”  @.@


下一篇。。选择航线记。。stay tune

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Breastfeeding: Milk boosters

Published at 01:23 in ,

After 8 months of breastfeeding, it eventually comes to a time when the supply is fluctuating (roller coaster emotion and high working pressure for an engineer mom like me). So now I am eagerly seeking for milk boosters to continue breastfeed until baby turns 1 years old.

My daily supplements still continue as normal, only that I consume more milk boosters ever since I started working - including food that I barely take if I have a choice not to -- fish and prawns! Now they have become my priority choice in the list.

Sometimes I would just pamper myself with a decent meal!

Here is a list of milk boosters for breastfeeding mothers to increase their supply.
1. Fenugreek
2. Protein drink - soya milk or ESP (Enterococcal Surface Protein)
3. Alfafa drink - make milk thicker and richer
4. Barley green drink -  make milk thicker and richer
5. Brown sugar and sesame/longan soup
6. Chicken essence (home made)
7. Red bean soup boiled with a handful of black eye beans. A bowl every night before bed.
8. Green papaya and fish/pork rib soup
9. Lactation tea/nursing tea
10. Pork Leg with yellow bean soup
11. Abalone - increase milk by 2 fold for 2 session
12. Durians
13. Fish - 5 most commonly low in mercury: shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon, pollock, and catfish
14. Radish
15. Oats
16. Artichokes 
17. White cordyceps 
18. Bottle gourd
19. Lactation cookies (ensure it consists rolled oats, brewers yeast, flax-seeds and fenugreek)
20. Japanese seaweed soup, eg wakame, kombu seaweed
21. Dark yellow fruit and vegetables - carrot, tomato, unripe papaya
22. Dates/red dates tea
23. Peanuts stew pork knuckle soup
24. Beetroot 
25. Asparagus
26. Black sesame

Common food to avoid and the allergy/intolerance in babies:
1. Spicy foods - cinnamon, onions, chili and peppers may upset an infant's stomach, causing abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting
2. Citrus fruits - pineapple, oranges, lemons and other citrus fruits could give the baby an upset stomach or even a rash
3. Some vegetables - cabbage, cauliflower, cucumbers and broccoli and beans may give the baby gas
4. Dairy - some babies can develop colic if you are eating too much dairy products, so avoid consuming large amounts of dairy
5. Mercury-containing fish - king mackerel, swordfish, tilefish and shark contain high levels of mercury that could be harmful to the baby
6. Caffeine - should be limited to small amounts so as to not disturb the baby's sleep pattern, causing nervousness and irritability
7. Alcohol - limit the intake and allow enough time ~2hrs for the alcohol to get out of their system before breastfeeding
8. Chocolate - contains caffeine and may make a baby gassy
9. Peanuts - babymay develop a peanut allergy but no conclusive evidence, so need monitoring
10. Saturated fats and trans-fats - saturated and trans-fats can reduce the production of omega 3s, which are critical for proper infant growth and development
11. Pesticides - many varieties of produce could have pesticides or insecticides on them, so wash them thoroughly or peel them before eating, or opt for organic produce instead

2 days ago I tried making a lactation juice of beetroot + carrot + lemon. Learned it from somewhere but I've forgotten the website link..

So here's my recipe:
Add 1/2 beetroot + 1 carrot + 1/2 lemon into the blender then blend till smooth.
The taste is quite sour but overall it was good.
Not sure how much it helped but my aim is to be able to maintain supply even during high tension at work, and I guess it did work the next morning.

My self made lactation juice. Focus on the juice and ignore the winery flute.


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Parenting: Bath tubs

Published at 19:15 in

Interesting topic?

How many new moms or dads dare to bathe your little baby right after discharged from the hospital? I guess majority of the answers will be granny or the confinement lady takes over the job. One of the reason must be during the first month of maternity rest, new moms should not touch water, even bathe! That is a ritual for the Asians. No surprise.

Have I told you that I started bathing my little princess since she was 2 weeks old? Ahem...of course I was nagged by my parents and in-laws and the elderly for not following the prohibition of confinement.

My girl was admitted for photo-therapy due to jaundice, so I took the chance to learn to bathe her during my hospital stay in the 2nd week. I'm the type of mommy who loves hands on, I do almost every single task that is required to be done by a mom (even my mom thinks I'm super...hahahah), including overseas travel before even she was 6 months..and definitely needs to bring along her own inflatable bath tub.

So back to the topic of bath tub. There is a huge range of baby bath tubs in the market nowadays but here in Malaysia we normally use the very conventional type, like this. Agree? I have one of this too, for use in my in-law's house during our weekend stays. This has to go with an anti-slip mat for infants. For first time moms, you may freak out if baby looks as if he/she is going to slip into the water.



This is my girl's personal bath tub which I think is worth recommending to the new mommies. Before deliver, my aunt bought me an inflatable bath tub as baby gift. I call it the Yellow Duck. It does look like the famous Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's Yellow Duck.


We brought it along during travels needless to worry no bath tub in the hotel room, especially when baby was still less than 6 months old. Bathing the baby could be a big challenge when you're away from home, so it is worthwhile to invest in a cost effective bath tub. Many 'new' products come into my knowledge after I become a mom, one of them is the baby bath tub.

Perhaps, just for sharing, these are some of the good ones worth to consider (my opinion).

Home use category:

Precious Planet™ Whale of a Tub!™


Potty Patty Baby Bath Tub (for girls) or Potty Scotty Baby Bath Tub (for boys)

LÄTTSAMBaby Bath

Home use + travel use category:
White Hot® Inflatable Safety Duck Tub (This is the one I'm using)

Mother's Touch® Baby Bather



By the way, did anyone ever bought this for their baby? Baby spa!!! I would love to hear from you if you have one.

Lil’ Luxuries Whirlpool, Bubbling Spa & Shower


You're welcome to add on the list. I'd be glad that you do so. :)

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Abigail's journal - Her first 6 months

Published at 12:33 in

I am a FTWM (Full Time Working Mother), thus my participation in helping my girl to achieve every milestone is very precious to me. Every FTWM would feel the same.

I definitely hope to be just next to her when she rolls over for the first time, sits up on her own for the first time, feeding on her first solids, and of course when she speaks her first words!

Thinking of all the little things that I would have missed out during working hours, I decided to snap at least 1 picture of her daily and put into a journal to record her story throughout the first year.

After weeks of effort (sacrificing my bedtime after she fell asleep) to sort and arrange the pictures by timeline, finally the journal is done!! I am so so so contented to flip through each page and reminisce how fast she has grown from the day she was born.

Life Will Never Be The Same 
Because There Had Never Been 
Anyone Like You...
Ever in the World.




































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