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31 Days of Large Homeschooling Family

All these Children in Our Large Family

I can’t even start to guess the number of times we have had to field comments such as, “Have you always wanted a large family?” and the one that makes Henson and I laugh most, “You must love children very much!” We have all these children because sometime back when we had 2 children, we chose to trust God with our family size and spacing. Read more…

Help me improve my blog

Every once in a while we need to take stock and check our alignment. And that is exactly what I would like to do with this blog at this point in time. I would really like to move this blog forward to better encourage more mothers, especially Christian stay-at-home-mothers. But for me to do that in […] Read more…

A free parenting webinar

Katie Kimball of Kitchen Stewardship is running a free one hour webinar with Saren Loosli of Power of Moms on Thursday, 17th March (today!) US time, that most of us would probably be interested in. Yes, I know you do not want to stay up late just to listen to the webinar (neither do I!) But after you sign up for it, […] Read more…

I’m back!

I have been procrastinating blogging for almost 2 full months now and I have been dragging my feet to re-start. Putting  4 children through the PSLE mill in 5 years is exhausting. Having to put 2 children through exams, 2 weeks apart is tiring. (Hats off to moms of more than 2 children in public schools!) […] Read more…

Taking a short break

I will be taking a short break from blogging for the months of October and probably November as well. After the hectic mad rush of preparing for the newly required MOE Primary Four examinations, PSLE, SAT and application for exemption from Compulsory Education for our youngest, I need time to regroup and do nothing! 😛 […] Read more…

Sooner or later

I have been listening to podcasts and browsing various functional medicine websites to learn more about how we can battle our health issues more effectively. And it is interesting how they all conclude with the same thing : eat real food ditch the processed foods cut out refined sugars and avoid artificial sweeteners like the […] Read more…

Honouring a man who gave his all for Singapore

  On Monday, 23rd March 2015, I woke up to the news that our first Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew has passed on. He had been hospitalised since 5th February 2015 for a bad bout of pneumonia. And we, the nation, had been slowly prepared for the worst when announcements made by the Prime Minister’s […] Read more…

I am an introvert

It was only recently that I discovered that I’m an introvert, as defined as someone who feels more energized being alone than being with crowds. Someone who needs lots of downtime after spending time with people, even if they had a fantastic time with that group of people. It made me realize that perhaps that […] Read more…

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