Womens Magazines: The Serpent of Eden?

I used to like to read Cosmo and Marie Claire and Better Homes&Gardens until I realized that they weren't reflective of my reality at all. According to Cosmo (and its ilk) life should be all about my body type, where I'm out on weekends at least 2xs a month and be having rip-roaring, toe-curling orgasms … Continue reading Womens Magazines: The Serpent of Eden?

Kids: Boon Vs Bane

The jury is still out on that one. On one hand you can remember them as the cutest, cuddliest, chubbiest drooly monsters that walked around with a diaper-covered bum. And on the other hand you wish you could sedate them or keep them in suspended animation when they're getting their best and most annoying bratty … Continue reading Kids: Boon Vs Bane

The Malady of Summer Holidays

I've noticed that there's a strange and inexplicable condition that happens to kids, especially mine over the summer holidays. They become deaf, louder, motor movements mimic being like marionettes with their strings cut or like mini Boomerang videos. Polar opposites but somehow they seem to be able to switch between them effortlessly enough. The specific … Continue reading The Malady of Summer Holidays

How To Talk So Kids Will Listen

This is going into the category of a bloglet viz it'll be brief. There's a book my husband bought me once the brat started pre-primary...it's called How To Talk So Kids Will Listen And Listen So Kids Will Talk. Since the book did not mention anything about how to talk so husbands will listen and stop leaving … Continue reading How To Talk So Kids Will Listen

Making Digital Media Your Friend

I started my kid out on digital media way too early in life. And I still regret it. But I absolutely CANNOT deny how wonder it has been for me as a mother and how helpful it is when I need more information, especially for my kid. Today barring the frivolous stuff that he watches … Continue reading Making Digital Media Your Friend