Category Archive: Adventures of Lil V

An Open Letter to My Firstborn: My Heart Breaks When You’re Sick

This is an open letter to you my baby Vera. I’m telling you why staying at home with mummy is not always for the best reasons… Dear Vera, It’s been yet another two… Continue reading

In the Spotlight: Tears and Joys As a Mum of 2

As we welcomed our second baby earlier this year, life has been same same but different. After surviving 4 months with baby Leroy, we sometimes find ourselves a little more confident. Adding a… Continue reading

Have a Splash at Kidz Amaze SAFRA Punggol

Media Invite Children in Singapore just got luckier! With the first ever indoor water playground right on our sunny island, kids from 18 months young can enjoy water fun without parents worrying about sunburn.… Continue reading

Baked Honey Lemon Chicken Recipe

With limited time in the kitchen, time-saver meals are our best bet as we serve up healthy and yummy (if I may say so myself. LOL!) dishes. I used to think having a built-in oven… Continue reading

Slow Braised Pork with Black Fungus Slow Cooker Recipe

Having to prepare homemade meals on a daily or frequent basis can somewhat be nerve-wrecking, or essentially boring after awhile. I enjoy coming up with recipes (especially easy ones!) so there’s always variety and… Continue reading

Discover a Parent-friendly Shopping Experience at Toddle

Sponsored Review With a newborn in the family, most of our time is spent at home these days. But with an active toddler whom I’d love to be able to spend time one-on-one… Continue reading

Drive Away a Free Car From Friso!

Who says little girls can’t take on a mean machine? Little V was excited when she saw that shiny new ride when she returned from school one day. She immediately exclaimed, “That’s my new… Continue reading

Cheesy Carrot Potato Fingers for the Fussy Tot

Lil V used to be such a dream child to feed, who ate nearly everything that’s offered to her. Since turning two, she’s been picking out certain foods, especially green veggies (what’s up… Continue reading

Can Learning Devices Encourage Child Development?

Sponsored Article Parenthood is a journey of endless learning, and as parents, we constantly discover new ways of engaging our children to nurture and develop them. As working parents, we often have very… Continue reading

Things to Pack in Your Child’s Bag for Childcare or Preschool

In Singapore, childcare is available for children from 18 months, with the option of a half-day, or full-day. Some schools may refer to these classes as Playgroups, which are typically two to three… Continue reading