July 30, 2014
Following my letter to my sons a fortnight ago on how I felt as a first time Dad, I decided to make a list of the ten things you should know when you become a newly mint Dad. In honestly, being a new Dad can be intimidating to some. Thus keep these tips in mind. It may just help you, your baby and even your wife during this transition to fatherhood.
July 29, 2014
|Zero 2 Six|
July 25, 2014
We are heading to Puffing Billy.
When the boys heard that they were going to ride a steam engine ala Thomas the train during our Melbourne holiday trip,they were excited. Puffing Billy is Melbourne century old steam engine train located outside the city at Dandenong range. Touted as one of Melbourne attraction for kids, we had made this our first day trip experience for this trip.
July 24, 2014
July 22, 2014
|Keep Calm and a Father On|
July 21, 2014
July 19, 2014
Mark your calender. 30th August 2014 is the date where you get to " Walk around the world" . Targeted at families, Fairprice aims to promote family bonding and health living among Singaporeans with this themed walking event.
July 18, 2014
You may like to think I became a father when the elder of you was born . The truth is that I started wearing the Father 'hat' on the day your mom and I discovered your presence.
It was 8 years ago that the journey started. The discovery of a blue cross indicator across a clearblue pregnancy kit kicked off the beginning of a chapter that will continue for the rest of my life. To be sure of the news, your mom took the pregnancy test twice before sharing the news with me. We had been planning for the arrival of the first for almost a year and we were glad that that the result of the test was positive.
July 17, 2014
July 16, 2014
Recently I was asked to give my view on the banning and pulping of books by NLB. The books in question are Tango makes Three, The White Swan Express : A story about adoption and Who is in my family ? All about our families. Just yesterday, it was reported in the Straits Times more books by Robbie Harris ( author of Who's in my family) are going the way of the do-do, at least at the premises of Singapore libraries. The books in question are 'It's so amazing', 'It's not the Stork' and and an ironically name title ' It's perfectly normal'.