Poor baby! This baby is not alone. This has two older brothers, Jazz and Kio, trapped in their parents’ “crusade against the tyranny of assigned gender roles“. Read this excerpt from the news article (you can read the full article here Parents Keep Child’s Gender Under Wraps): “We’ve decided not to share Storm’s sex for now–a tribute to… Read More Baby Storm: Neither A Boy Or A Girl Until IT Has the Capacity To Choose Which Gender IT Wants To Be
While waiting for my son’s school bus this morning, a Korean Super Mom told me about another girl who lives in the same apartment building. She said she’s a stubborn child. Her parents give in to her every whim so their mornings are always difficult. When the girl wants to change her clothes, the parents… Read More How Important Is Efficiency for a Growing Child?
Being far away from family and relatives, I had been so used to doing things my way and scheduling our own family time. My son’s playtime, playmates, hobbies and habits are mostly my discretion. Now that my son is of age to know what he wants and when he wants it, he takes pleasure in… Read More Uncalled-for Angst of a Jealous Mom
As a parent, your children’s joy can be the sole source of your happiness. That’s why it is imperative to be always on the look out for new and fun activities for kids and toddlers. Toys at home may no longer be enough to stimulate kids and encourage their desire to move around and explore… Read More Tools for Parents – Family Friendly Events
Every parent I meet, whether they have a boy or a girl, are one in saying that my son is very active for his age. I am always happy to hear this. Even when he was a baby, my husband and I are in agreement that we would be happy to have an active son.… Read More Why My Little Dynamo is a Dynamo
Got a special reminder through my email today to treasure every moment with my Little Dynamo. It is titled “A Touch of Love“. You were six months old and full of fun, With a blink of my eye, you were suddenly one. There were so many things we were going to do, but I turned… Read More A Touch of Love