Ooops! Time sure flies by and I have completely missed my January blog deadline!?! What can I say, I guess I am not the best when it comes to blogging!! Unlike my good friend, Hilary! I must say she has a fantastic blog, full of the greatest and most updated fashion trends, yet with her own personal takes and input! Totally awesome and inspiring!
As for me, I have been, well guess what, one word: “busy”. In fact, its been crazy for me for the past month or so, as one has simply too many deadlines ... read more
Like my first daughter, Nastasha,I had decided to breastfeed my 2nd daughter, Katrina, for at least 6 months. It’s been 7 months now since she was born, and I am now finally weaning off.
katrina at 3 months
katrina at 4 months
happy and healthy at 5 mths
6 months, first solids w spinach mixed w breast milk!
Breastfeeding is definitely not an easy task. Despite I had done it once, you would think the 2nd time round would be easier. I guess not! I guess not only that every ... read more
I never really enjoyed studying when I was a kid at school. Never. I never listened to the teachers and was a rebel at class. Instead, I was always day dreaming and drawing on my text books till the school bell rings…
Despite my lazy efforts at school, I consider myself a very lucky child, as my parents have always been supportive and never gave me much pressure at school. My mother has always encouraged me to do my best but never expected me to get high, high grades. My father, a keen sportsman ... read more
When I was pregnant with my first baby and later found out that it was going to be a baby girl, a lot of people warned me that I would go crazy with buying her lots of clothes and dressing her up like my childhood Barbie doll.
And so I did! It was simply too hard to resist. The minute Natasha was born, I was hooked. And not only on clothes, but from the little gloves to the little socks and shoes (despite the fact she didn’t really need any until she learns to walk!??!)to the hair bands, ... read more
I thought I would never be a good mother. As a child I have always been the playful and dreamy one. So absent-minded with everything that my mother would say to me that if I one day have children of my own, I would leave them at a shop without realizing what I have done until I’m halfway home.
And then it all happened. And not only one, but I have two beautiful daughters, one two and half and a baby of two months. And it’s the best thing that ever happened to me. It made me realize that ... read more