Because You are Amazing. Happy Mother's Day to you.
It's our national day and TLO wishes Singapore a Happy 49th Birthday!
Are you expecting a baby in 2015? Here's some good news.
Parents of Singapore’s Jubilee babies born in 2015 can look forward to receiving these eight items in the Jubilee Baby Gift:
A special medallion, multi-functional shawl, baby sling, set of baby clothes, diaper bag, scrapbook, photo frame and baby book.
Vist heybaby for more info.
You are awesome!
Without you there will be no tinylittleone today.
We just want to let you know how much we appreciate you, Thank you so much.
Only the kids can pull off this Zoo Pack look.Limited Quantity available: Enjoy 25% off Skip Hop Zoo packs for 1 week only!
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Today, tinylittleone gets to know the very talented Dianaruth, a mom who blogs at ChubbyAnecdotes.net.
I am a proud mother of 3, a somewhere-in-the-middle mum – neither a FTWM (Full-time Working Mum) nor a full-fledged SAHM (Stay-At-Home Mum). On weekdays, I work from home and check into office 3 mornings in a week. I also run a little face painting business, www.ChubbyFairy.com, which operates mostly on weekends, when I switch to party mode and face paint at parties and events. In between and apart from my work schedule, I watch Disney Junior with my kids, dance (okay, try to dance) to Hi-5, bake, craft and blog whenever my schedule allows, run after my kids in the park, while they run after me at home.
I was a full-time working mum (FTWM) prior to my current part-time and ad-hoc work arrangement. It wasn’t easy to bid my career goodbye – it was in fact, very difficult. Especially, shortly after the honeymoon period of being a SAHM, I feel a sense of lost like never before. I am therefore, very grateful for my current work arrangement with my employer. It isn’t just a job to pay the bills, it is to me a lifeline back to my professional life, when the kids are older.
Becoming a mum is the best thing that has happened to me, and among the best decisions I’ve made. I know (much to my dismay) that I would be left way behind by my peers when I return to full-time work, the day my kids are old enough for me to do so. But, I also know that the kids are worth it, and if I could give up part of my dreams to empower my children to fulfil theirs, I should have no complains or regrets. Just as my mum had gave up hers for my siblings and I.
3 bubbly kids - Shanice (7 yo), Renee (5 yo) and Nat (3 yo).
I call them my do,re,mi. Get to know do,re,mi.
I started blogging shortly after Renee was born. I used to keep scrapbooks of Shanice’s development but found it difficult to catch up with 2 young children. Hence, I opted for a faster, cheaper and easier way to archive our memories – blog.
Why would they not? *thick skin* LOL!
ChubbyAnecdotes.net is a blog for all things crafty and fun. Because it’s my blog, it’s pretty much like me (and my kids), okay, more my kids than me. It’s colourful, filled with kids’ crafts and the goodies we baked at home and with friends. From time to time, I enjoy working on advertorials and product reviews, pretty much like little pet projects I take up when I have the time or when something exciting comes my way.
My kids. Nothing and no one inspires me more than my children. I would have been pretty much wasted without them. They kept my foot on the ground and open up my imagination- even the sky isn’t the limit. I have always been breathing but I’ve only started living a wholesome life after they came into my life.
I am quite chill about most things. My hubby likes to use the term “free-ranging” on the kids. Think Aussie outback and kangaroos, yup, that’s pretty much what it’s like at home – little kids running and bouncing around while I hop around, trying not to step on some toy on the floor ☺. My home is usually in a mess, that’s the norm for us, and its fine. Just don’t ask the husband what he thinks ☺
Ah, I am not good at juggling (I don’t just mean motorskills), as for time management *ermham, I hope I won’t regret writing it down*, it is non-existence outside office hours – It is a trained behaviour for work, not something natural to me… I guess I’ve said enough. Haha.
So back to your question, how do I balance? Well, I don’t - not alone. They say it takes a village to raise a kid. I have my ‘village’ to thank for supporting me (and my kids).
If there’s one benefit of growing up in a big family (having 3 siblings), is that there are people I can fall back on. That’s one thing, I am sure my kids will grow up to appreciate. I am very blessed to have a super-able helper, she is kind, loyal and great with kids. She has been working with us since Renee’s (my second child) birth. Good friends and neighbours are great help too. I probably live in the nicest neighbourhood - my neighbours are awesome with kids. Sometimes, the kids would run over to Aunty T’s house for tea and play with her baby while I take a moment to do my own things.
Going anywhere with 3 kids is pretty much an adventure. We haven’t wandered too far from home with all 3 children. The furthest we went was Lego Land in Malaysia and it was fun, though I won’t say it’s the best adventure we had. It’s tough to decide which are the best adventures, as we kinda enjoy most of our outings. But ask me again for the worst ones and I probably have a couple to share. LOL!
Trunki PaddlePak is a water resistant backpack for little explorers.
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PaddlePak is the perfect partner for days out, school and trips to the beach or pool.
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Cheers to the weekend!
TLO is so happy to be featured on Mother and Baby's February issue!
Mother and Baby leading pregnancy & baby magazine for mums with children up to birth to age 4.
This internationally loved title covers topics from conception and pregnancy, to infant and toddler care - everything mums need to know about the most exciting and rewarding time of their lives.
It is published by Mediacorp.
We are on the Top right corner, featuring our cute Rhino Lassig backpack.
See the whole range of Lassig bags that we carry in our store.
Check out our other magazine feature on Young Families if you haven't seen it.
Psss.. Take advantage of Fabulous Fridays deal on Lassig going on this week.
Lassig designs beautiful and functional products using uncritical, non-toxic materials.
This means doing without PVC, nickel, azo dyes, cadmium and phthalates.
Making Backpacks safe for your Kids use.
Enjoy 25% off all Lassig bags for 1 week only!
Cheers to the weekend!
My cousin was the first to know about this cosy little cafe located a few streets away from Arab Street and he thought of taking Megan there. So 5 adults and one tiny tot headed there one Sunday afternoon. That day there two consecutive kid's birthday parties so bookings were not taken, but we managed to get a seat within 10mins.
I really love the gorgeous colors and decor and the whole concept of crafting & food under one roof! I never imagined this combination would work but it was perfect. Megan signed in to get a pack of art materials and there were a lot more materials at the shelves next to the tables, which i took and made her a macaroni necklace :) She loved it a lot and the adults too were not left out when we discovered the fun of shrink plastic.
All you need to do is get your design onto the plastic (initially it will be soft like OHP transparency), punch a hole if necessary and bake it in the toaster for a few seconds, then press it between two sheets of baking paper with a flat object. Your end result will be a solid plastic with ur own design on it. You can turn them into cute earrings, keychains or necklaces, such endless possibilities! I was kind of crazy about it and went to artfriend the next day to get more supplies!
It's really quite a fun place to spend your day with your young ones and friends.
Check them out:
28 Aliwal Street #01-07 Singapore 199918
Aliwal Arts Center
Charis Tang is a frequent guest blogger at tinylittleone.com. Stay tuned for more Adventures of Charis and Megan.
We love Fridays!
Kicking off Fabulous Fridays on tinylittleone
Enjoy 25% off all Tagger kids bags for all the cool kids.
Tagger Kids bags are Dutch designed and comes with Interchangeable flaps, alphabets stickers and heavy duty zipper!
Watch this space every week or sign up to our mailing list for exclusive TLO updates.
tinylittleone is proud to be featured on the Jan/ Feb issue of Young Families.
We are so excited with our very first Magazine feature.
Young Families, a bimonthly publication of the PAP Community Foundation, covers practical parenting information and creative ideas for today’s modern family.
The magazine reaches 50,000 families whose children are enrolled in PCF kindergartens and childcare centres across the island.
It is published by SPH magazines.
Ooh, Spot the colourful POW fluf bag on the lower left of the menu page.
SPH has requested for quite a number of different items from us to feature on Bright Bold Beginnings- Our pick of colourful, whimsical favourites that celebrate the promise of new year.
Though it was just a small feature section, this opened us up to the big scary world of PR and publishing giants.
It's still a Big start for us, hopefully there will be more TLO magazine features in the future.
Parents, are you up-to-date on the list of baby products recall? Take a look and stay informed to keep your little ones healthy and happy.
12 Dec 2013: IKEA issues updated alert on SMILA wall-mounted lamps
IKEA urges all customers that have an IKEA SMILA wall mounted lamp to check immediately that the lamp and cord are out of reach of children when in a cot or playpen. Ensure that the cord is securely fastened to the wall as loose lamp cords can present a strangulation hazard to infants and children.
28 Nov 2013: Smiggle recalls “Light Up Words Fan”
Smiggle Singapore Pte Ltd has issued a voluntary product recall of its “Light Up Words Fan” (style 410738) which was sold at Smiggle stores and online from 9 October 2013. The internal mechanism of the fan may overheat and pose a potential fire hazard. The overheating could cause the product to smoke or potentially set alight, causing serious injury to the user.
13 Sep 2013: Build-A-Bear Workshop recalls Sulley character stuffed animal
Build-A-Bear Workshop has issued a voluntary product recall of its Sulley character stuffed animal (Model Number: 020241), sold in June 2013. The stuffed animal’s eye can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
9 Sep 2013: Hachette Children's Books recalls "Red Green Blue I Love You" and "Count My Kisses 1 2 3" board books by Sandra Magsamen
Hachette Children's Books has issued a recall of the "Red Green Blue I Love You" and "Count My Kisses 1 2 3" board books by Sandra Magsamen. Small parts can be detached from the books, which may pose a potential choking hazard to young children.
20 Aug 2013: TOMY recalls “Winnie the Pooh’s little band” toy
TOMY Company Ltd has issued a recall of the “Winnie the Pooh’s Little Band, Kuma No Pooh-san Chiisana Ongakutai” toy. The piano toy with removable maracas and tambourine can present a choking hazard to babies as part-joining screws have been found to be missing in some products.
15 Aug 2013: IKEA recalls KRITTER AND SNIGLAR junior beds
IKEA has received seven reports of breakage of the metal rod connecting the guardrail to the bed frame. A broken rod could expose sharp metal edges, presenting a laceration hazard. No reports of any injuries caused by breakage of the metal rod have been reported.
12 Jun 2013: Nap Nanny Baby Recliners
Retailers in the United States and Australia have recalled the Nap Nanny portable recliners due to strangulation, entrapment and fall hazards posed to children. Since 2010, there have been five deaths and over 70 injuries reported in the United States. These baby recliners may pose a substantial risk of injury and even death, to infants.
4 Apr 2013: Bugaboo to replace carry handle for the Bugaboo Cameleon3
Bugaboo International B.V. has issued a notice to replace the carry handles for itsCameleon3 strollers. The current carry handle connectors may break, presenting a falling hazard. Consumers are advised to contact the local importers or the company for replacement of the carry handles, or check with the local importers if the models on sale have had the carry handles replaced.
11 Jan 2013: Bugaboo to replace carry handles for Cameleon and Donkey model strollers
Bugaboo International B.V. has issued a notice to replace the carry handles for its Cameleon and Bugaboo Donkey model strollers. Under certain conditions, the white button on the carry handle may pop out when the Bugaboo Cameleon or Bugaboo Donkey carrycot/seat is resting on the ground or is placed on an unstable surface. If the white button pops out, the carry handle may detach on one side. If this happens while the carry cot or seat is occupied, this may pose a fall or choking hazard to the child.
For more information about other product recalls in 2013 and contact details, please refer to http://www.spring.gov.sg/qualitystandards/cps/sat/pages/product-safety-alerts.aspx#.Us5M1PQW2Sr
School's out for a week and so I was compelled to do fun things with Megan in this precious span of time. I was trying to think of fun activities that cost as little as possible, but pizza making turned out to be not a wallet friendly activity!
We made the base using this recipe, and the dough doubled its volume when rested for a few hours. It wasn't the fluffiest or softest pizza base i've eaten but it was easy to make and decent enough. Megan was involved in the whole process which slowed things down a lot. But it's okay, after all the point was for her to enjoy not really for me to hone my non existent pizza making skills haha!
She had this weird idea of putting the cheese at the sides of the pizza separate from the other toppings ....
I had to make two more pizza bases in a haste as there would be insufficient pizza to go round, and so the next two bases were thinner but tougher to chew. When it was freshly baked it was the nicest! I had a hard time deciding what flavour so it was a mix of parma ham and rocket leaves, scallop in japanese mayo sprinkled with japanese seasoning , portabello mushrooms and spicy salami. They're like all my favourites! Megan ate a lot of her own pizza. I guess she was very pleased that she made it herself :)
Charis Tang is a frequent guest blogger at tinylittleone.com. Stay tuned for more Adventures of Charis and Megan.
This lovely little bag from Canada is not only eye catching but has proven to be really handy as well. I like how it's made of good quality and sturdy materials - stuff that won't fall apart on you. It is deep enough to put quite a lot of things in, and the opening is wide enough to find anything needed in a jiffy. That's important because mummies need to whip out things like tissues at a moment's notice. This bag is coming with me on short outings when it's not carrying Megan's/ my lunch. :) It's a versatile lunch bag after all!
See how pleased Megan is with her apples. But Luffy our doggie wasn't too interested in them haha! All he wanted to do was look out for birds and other dogs.
This bag is washable, perfect for grubby kids who mess up. The lining on the inside is water resistant and can be pulled out for a quick rinse (as seen below) and ready to be used again. :D
There are other cute designs available in the tlo's store that will both please both kids and adults! I like to borrow Megan's array of lunch bags when I occasionally pack lunch to work and this bag is great as it can be folded and kept in my work bag so i'll have one less thing to carry home from work! Megan can manage this bags on her own if it's not too heavy but it's still not much of a help to me because she still wants to be carried even at 3 years old, sigh!
This is one cute bag that is easy for kids and adults to use! And a great gift idea for any clueless gift giver :)
Review was written by TLO guest blogger Charis Tang.
fluf is found exclusively in Singapore at tinylittleone.
tinylittleone is so honoured and excited to have our article featured on Sakura Haruka's award winning blog, how awesome is that? Ai Sakura is one of the most popular Mom Bloggers in Singapore.
For those of you who are new to Sakura Haruka, her blog won the Best Family Blog category, and was a finalist in the Best Cooking Blog category in the Singapore Blog Awards 2013. Just to give you some background, the SBA is a very prestigious annual blog awards organised by omy.sg, a bilingual news & interactive web portal by Singapore Press Holdings. It honours bloggers who devote much time and energy to regularly maintain informative and interesting blogs.
Mom Blogger Sakura Haruka shares insights and ideas about parenting and lifestyle in Singapore.
"I hope to show that individuality does not end after motherhood, and we can still continue our passions in a family setting. Passions such as travel, photography, fashion and yes... food. To me, an important part of family life is spending time in the warmth of your home and forming memories over meals at the family table, so I like to encourage my readers to do the same."
tinylittleone is Proud to be featured in a guest post on Ai Sakura's Celebrate Fatherhood, a monthly series where daddies from all walks of life share insights about what fatherhood means to them, and how we can appreciate their role in a family too.
Here's a little intro to the article, written to our son Seth last month when he was 15 months old.
You are now 15 months old, and you have just learned to walk. Now you enjoy opening all our cupboards and ransacking everything. You love playing and exploring, from kitchen utensils, to boxes, to cups and anything that you can put your hand on..."
Read the whole letter to Seth on Sakura Haruka:
Celebrate Fatherhood: Letter to Seth | Guestpost by Daddy Founder of Tiny Little One
Did you like it?
Let us know if you wish to read more of these letters.
PS: If you are a daddy who writes, feel free to share your stories on her blog too.
This is the 3rd part of the #septphotochallenge series, from Day 21-30
Here are our posts for Day 21- Day 30.
Day 21: A #friend or 2 makes playtime so much more Fun!
Day 22: I #need a cup of #coffee every morning, do you?
Day 23: I #want something sleek, shiny, and weights like Air!
Day 24: Do you like my new pomelo hat that we have#made?
Day 25: I can reach the top drawer since I'm a #tall boy now.
Day 26: My fave game right now- #peekaboo
Day 27: My fave #snack, just cannot resist it.
Day 28: Lift buttons are kids best friend #goingup
Day 29: Book that was most #inspiring to us this year.
Day 30: Final day of #septphotochallenge @sanses. We complete today with something we #love most- our little Family!
Thanks to those who have followed #mytinylittleone posting daily, we love you as well!
Mumpreneur : (noun) a multi-tasking mother who can balance both the stresses of running a home-based business as an entrepreneur, and the time-consuming duties of motherhood at the same time.
Mums@Work is running the inaugural Mama’s Bazaar & Family Fun Weekend. And it’s going to be a fantastic opportunity for Family bonding time at the 2-day event.
The event is made up of stall owners & service providers who are Mothers. Not only do they successfully manage the challenges of motherhood, these women have also taken a brave step to fulfill their dreams of creating an enterprising business that they can call their own.
A ‘fantabulous’ weekend filled with exciting entertainment, shopping treats, fun activities and other surprises awaits the families at Mama’s Bazaar & Family Fun Weekend, happening over at SAFRA Toa Payoh on 28th & 29th September!
More details of the event here:http://singaporemumpreneur.com
This is tinylittleone's very First bazaar, we can't tell you how Excited we are. Our booth is located just beside the McDonalds. We love to meet you and look out for our Fantastic bazaar Promotions. Here's our invitation to You!
Wow, we cannot believe that we have past 2/3 of our September photo challenge! This is the 2nd part of the #septphotochallenge series, from Day 11-20.
Read about our 1st part series #septphotochallenge: Day 1-10 if you missed it.
Here are our posts for Day 11- Day 20.
Day 11: Staring in awe at the amazing under #water creatures.
Day 12. Your warm #hugs keep me safe and secure anywhere.
Day 13: The #cutest thing is of course- Doraemon!
Day 14: Great fun flying on my #yellow plane.
Day 15: Cycling is fun & #healthy!
Day 16: I'm not sure who created this mess?
Day 17: "F" is for #family #fun.
Day 18: My big #head shot
Day 19: A seaky peek inside my diaper #bag.
Day 20: My very first pair of #shoes.
Alright, another 10 days more to go for the final series. Meanwhile, See you on Instagram.
Some of TLO facebook followers have been curious and intrigued by our latest photo post series since the start of September. Well, we have took up the september photo challenge issued by a mom blogger Sanses on Instagram. Click to read her blog. It's our first time doing this, and we hope that you will enjoy our photo interpretations of the theme for each day.
Basically there is a theme for every single day in the month of September. You can check out our Instagram @mytinylittleone
tinylittleone is joining the Fun for #septphotochallenge
Here are our posts for Day 1- Day 10.
Day 1: Starting off @sanses #septphotochallenge at 10 o'clock.
Day 2: Sunnyside ups for #breakfast always makes me happy.
Day 3: I am furry, sometimes sweet, & other times sour. I share my name with a flightless bird, and a shoe shine product. Who am I? (Hint: #fruit)
Day 4: What I do when my snack seems too #far for my reach.
Day 5: Have you seen a #pink snail before?
Day 6: Sometimes a #teacher is like a clothes peg, important yet unappreciated. On this day, we make them feel special.
Day 7: Seeing #mytinylittleone having a "serious" phone conversation on an unplugged fax machine is absolutely hilarious. He never fails to make me :)
Day 8: Large #Toes, Tiny Toes.
Day 9: The symphony of spices and curries hits my nose, then comes the aroma from the Teh Tarik. That Prata is screaming at me to start, I'm drooling. My favorite #smell of breakfast.
Day 10: Cultivating the love of reading #book from young.
Do you have a favourite? Let us know.
Today TLO is very honoured and excited to have our very first guest blogger - Charis Tang. Charis is mother to 3 year old Megan, and she is kind enough to share with us some of their Adventures together.
Hi there! I'm Charis, Tinylittleone's guest blogger! It's an honour to be able to share little snippets of outdoorsy fun of my otherwise mundane life here on this blog.
On the Saturday after National Day, a bunch of us headed to Danga City mall for some paintball action! 5 minutes from the causeway they said, but well, the car convoys split up at the immigration and we panicked for a bit but thankfully everyone arrived eventually.
What i liked about playing at Dynamic paintball was that they provided freshly laundered overalls to protect our clothes, and vests for everybody. Also it was indoors in an air-conditioned space with no mud (as compared to the one in SG)! We splashed 100RM on 500 paintballs each and i have to say, its totally value for money. So we donned our protection, loaded our guns and off we went!
In the heat of the battle...
What did the tiny tot do? This tender hearted 3 year old didn't quite like it! She had her ears stuffed with tissues because it could get quite loud.... and later she retreated underneath the hood of her pram. There wasn't much to do around the mall, I think it was quite deserted, but there was a secret recipe shop there for them to sit and chill.
Thankfully I had my sis and her godma to babysit her so that I could, you know, win 3 out of 4 games played together with my team. Haha!
We spent a total of 3 hours getting covered with paint and pain. Yup, one does not walk away with no battle scars to show for it. But that's what makes it exciting! The pain is real, you wouldn't just run into the enemy's territory on a whim!
Finally the highlight for some of us- dinner at On Kee Restaurant for some yummy chinese food. We were glad our Sing dollar is strong so that we can eat to our fill without feeling the pinch.
It was such a fabulous time, that and the fact that it's been all work and no play so long. Looking forward to the next adventure!
Time flies and it's finally the super long weekend. We are so happy to celebrate Hari Raya and National Day holidays together!
How are you spending your weekend? Will you be going to the National Day Parade or watching it on TV? We are hoping to spend some quality time with our family, play with baby Seth and maybe sleep a tiny bit more. Here is us wishing Singapore a Happy 48th birthday! (Seth looks a little sleepy after a couple of retakes)
Wee hee, This is how we feel right now! Anyway wishing you a really Awesome weekend, and take care.
Dear friends, it has been almost 2 months since our tinylittleone soft launch, and we are so thankful for the support and trust that we have received from all of you. We are really excited and motivated to bring you more and to serve you better.
We have been crazily busy with solving our teething issues as well as sourcing for great products to expand our lineup. Please be patient with us as we prepare to work towards our official launch in 1-2 months time. We can't wait to unveil what we have installed in the pipeline with you.
In the meantime, introducing the latest brand additions to the TLO store. They will be available very soon. Happy Shopping!
One of our guest bloggers, Charis, celebrated her darling Megan's 3rd birthday with a sweet pink and purple princess theme last week with lots of food, fun, and laughter.
We love how Charis's creative hands made everything look so lovely and princessy. Check out the party decor, pastries, and rosette ombre cake that she made in these images shot by the guests on instagram. Can you guess which fairytale princess Megan is?
TLO is proud to sponsor the event's instagram prints. Keen to have instagram prints at your party/event? Drop Josh Koo Photography an email or message on Facebook for further details =)
Thanks to everyone who participated in tinylittleone's 1st Giveaway!
Here's darling Seth picking out the winner for the Pearhead Fun Friend Wood Bank.
And the Winner is...
Congratulations to Priscilla Kek for winning the Wallie Whale! We'll be in touch with you very soon. TLO would also like to send shopping coupons to all participants of the giveaway (please contact us on FB or at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Thank you all for making our 1st giveaway a success!
At TLO, we love all things bright and beautiful! After all, childhood should be filled with splashes of colour, lots of light and happy laughter! Today’s giveaway will definitely falls into the bright and beautiful category, plus it’ll teach your child (and you!) to save so it’s a doubly useful item!
Introducing Pearhead’s Fun Friend Wood Bank! Each item is lovingly hand finished and stained with bright colours! If you want to focus on the “functional” aspect, the wood bank can teach your child animal recognition and develop their fine motor skills! (Inserting a coin into the slot takes skill and practice!) And you don’t have to worry about breaking it to get your money out, just remove the stopper and you can start all over again!
We have 4 designs available for giveaway!
Ally Alligator is hungry! Feed him your savings and he will make sure it’s kept safe and sound! Made of hand-finished wood, and stained with bright colors, he makes a great friend to have around in any room of the house.
Save and 'tweet' yourself to something special with the Bebe Birdie bank by pearhead. This sunny chick makes saving a cinch. Made of hand-finished wood and stained with bright colours, your nest egg can now be kept safe for rainy days.
Be rolling in the dough with your new friend Pinky Pig. Made of hand-finished wood, and stained bright pink, Pinky makes a great friend and colorful decoration anywhere!
Make a splash with your savings! Just bring along Wallie the whale! This hand-finished wooden bank is ready to keep your extra large savings extra safe. Wallie loves to play by the beach but looks great in any room of your house!
How to win? It’s easy! Hop on over to our Facebook page to find out more!
It's the start of the Great Singapore Sale (GSS) today and we're joining in the fun! There are discounts on Ergo and Manduca carriers, Skip*Hop zoo packs and more! Don't delay; click on the image for all the discounts and shop till you drop!
We decided to launch our web store with a big bang at darling Seth's 1st birthday party! There was food, fun and friends galore, and the little ones all had fun trying out the Schoenhut piano while the adults were tucking into the delicious curries and pratas by Casuarina Curry. There was also a lovely photobooth set up by Josh Koo Photography where everyone could take pictures and bring home sweet memories. Every child brought home a Skip*Hop waterbottle, much to the envy of the aunties there! (Don't worry, they managed to bring home a bottle too, though at a price heh.)
A big thank you to all for making our launch a success!
Here are some of our favourite shots from the party! Do hop by our Facebook page for more shots!
Singapore in June is a great time for families! The warm sun and cloudless skies (a bit of a scorcher but you can always run into the nearest air-conditioned place!), the school holidays (more time to sleep in!) and most importantly, the scads of child-friendly activities to bring your kid too!
We at TLO want to share about one of our favorite June activity - Children’s Season by NHB! Contrary to belief, our local museums are pretty fun places with loads of things to see and do, even for babies!
Here are some of the activities that we’ll be bringing our kids to – maybe we’ll see you there!
Land Transport Festival
Although we may not have Thomas the Tank Engine in Singapore, we have the MRT to call our own! Children of all ages are fascinated by trains and this will be a perfect place for them to find out more about our transport system through games and activities! Best of all, it’s free!
Land Transport Gallery
17 May – 30 June
9.30am – 5pm (Mon – Sat)
"Megabugs Return!" Exhibition
Want to feel tiny again? The Megabugs exhibition at the Science Centre will be perfect for you!
Enter a world of enormous insects and creepy crawlies at ‘Megabugs Return!’ Exhibition. Featuring oversized animatronics and static bugs, visitors are surrounded by giant grass blades and flowers and will immediately made to feel that they are smaller than the size of an ant. Look out for the collection of live insects and rare specimens as well as an informative gallery with multiple opportunities for guests to participate in various hands-on activities and get bugged out!
Science Centre Singapore
Now till 18 Aug
10am – 6pm daily $20* (Adult), $15* (Child 3 – 12 years old)
*Includes Science Centre admission
Art Garden 2013 at the Singapore Art Museum
We love reading to our kids because it’s a great bonding activity (and also a way to develop their language skills!) Bring them to the Singapore Art Museum to see their favourite tales come to life!
Wander through fairy tales, get lost in dreams and stretch your imagination, as the Singapore Art Museum’s (SAM) Art Garden comes back for the fourth year running! This ever-popular exhibition for the young, and the young at heart, features exciting new commissions, mesmerising artworks, short films as well as animations by local and international artists. Explore the exhilarating world of contemporary art through these installations, and take part in the delightful activities specially designed by SAM and the artists. Get ready to be surprised!
Singapore Art Museum at 8Q
17 May to 1 September
10am – 7pm (Mon – Sun) 10am – 9pm (Fri)
$10 (Adult), $5 (Students & Seniors aged 60 and above)
Free admission for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and visitors aged 6 years and below
Art Attack! – Children’s Season at The Peranakan Museum
Singapore is a melting pot of different cultures and it’s important for your kid to be exposed to different cultures from a young age. Let him get to know about the Peranakans in a fun way at the Peranakan Museum!
Be one of the first to view and take part in the new contemporary art installation, Luminous Depth.Watch the premiere Rempah Sayang, a film presented by Big Eyes, Big Minds as part of this year’s Singapore International Children's Film Festival. Enjoy storytelling sessions, demonstrations of Peranakan pastimes, and hands-on activities.
22 and 23 June
Activities from 1pm to 5pm
Free admission to galleries from 10am to 7pm
Island Tales at the National Museum of Singapore
Want to listen to a rollicking good tale? Bring them to Island Tales at National Museum of Singapore where storytellers will engage your kids with tales of the past!
Let our storytellers inspire the young ones with intriguing and colourful tales from the past! With engaging dramatisation and interaction, these sessions are a wonderful introduction to Singapore’s history.
National Museum of Singapore
Concourse and Craft Zone, Level 1
Every Monday and Wednesday | 10am and 11:30am | 30 minutes Every Saturday and Sunday | 10:30am and 1:30pm | 30 minutes
For more information, please visit the Children's Season website!
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