tinylittleone Guest Post on Sakura Haruka's Award Winning Blog: Celebrate Fatherhood- Letter to Seth October 07 2013, 0 Comments
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
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PS: If you are a daddy who writes, feel free to share your stories on her blog too.