Other than New Year’s Eves, birthdays are when I’m most reflective. Continue reading
I have recently found out that a very good and dear friend of mine, who recently became a mum of a beautiful baby, have regarded me as “a mum who’s doing it all” and how she has unnecessarily comparing her current life to mine. Continue reading
I thought that I would cross post the lunch boxes I have been packing the little man recently. We are mid-term 3 now and I am still having so much fun doing it 🙂 Continue reading
I am always on the hunt for easy, healthy baked treats for kids. I like to have one in a packed meals for school, either as part of lunch or as afternoon tea. As all Australian schools are nut-free, Continue reading
How is it that it’s mid-year now? This year has gone so fast, and have treated me well so far 🙂 How are you guys doing?
If you haven’t noticed, Continue reading
If you want to introduce your young children to Asia, I reckon Bali makes a good choice. Singapore would be the best in terms of cleanliness and orderliness, but you won’t get the most bang for your buck like you would in Bali 🙂
I found Bali to be the most relaxed and easiest Asian holiday destinations for less than $150 a day (depending on your accommodation, obviously). Since it is basically an extension of Australia, you will be able to find most everyday things that you need there. Plus, with the strength of our dollar, you will get luxury for a lot less. There are heaps of cheap flights to Bali, and though there are also articles trying to persuade readers to ditch Bali, I reckon it will still be one of the most popular places to visit.
So, here are my tips for travelling to Bali with young children – based on my experience travelling with a 10 month old (not yet walking) baby and a 3 year old boy. Continue reading
This week, I gave Little E the choice of what to have for lunch. Continue reading