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23 January 2015

Featured Blogger of the Week - Jenn


This week we are also featuring Jenn of My Lilbookworm.


Jenn, a former Remiser,  has been in the Singapore Mom Bloggers community for more then 2 years. My Lilbookworm is her space where she  regularly documents the progress of AJ, her only son. She blogs about parenting, books, fitness and wellness and occasionally on investments.

She is sharing with us today her 20-minute quick fix breakfast for her school-going boy. She hopes that this post will give you some inspirations and ideas to prepare a healthy breakfast for your children without sacrificing too much sleep!
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21 January 2015

15 or 5 things I would do differently in 2015





2015 - A year for change
 Are there areas in your life that you desire improvement or positive change?

 Do you need some inspiration?


Are there 15 things which you would like to change? 
Maybe 15 is a bit too many for you to think about how about 5 then?

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Read about how 34 Singapore Mom Bloggers go about creating positive changes in their lives in the month long blog train.


Hosted by Rachel of Catch Forty Winks 15 or 5 in 2015 will bring you on a  month long journey of inspiration through the writings of these moms. 

Are you ready to hop on this train?

Hop over to Rachel's blog - Catch Forty Winks where you will be directed to the first stop. 



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20 January 2015

Featured Blogger of the Week



We start 2015 with a new feature here on the blog~ Featured Blogger of the week. . This week we have  Diana Gale of The Domestic Goddess Wannabe.



Message from Diana of The Domestic Goddess Wannabe

"I am passionate about cooking and baking, and convincing people that cooking and baking at home is much much easier then they think! In my blog, The Domestic Goddess Wannabe. I simplify all recipes and show my readers using step-by-step photos how they can cook and bake like a pro. 

Each and every recipe in my blog has been tried and tested. In my " spare" time. I work full-time and spend time with my family- my husband the LAM and our two whirlwinds, Aden (5) and Jadelyn (2.5) "

Hop over to her blog where she shares with us how to make Korean- Style Stir Fried Squid (Ojingeo Bokkeun)


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27 October 2014

No Association with Singapore Mom Bloggers

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Dora Lee is NOT A MEMBER of SMB, neither is the person an administrator of this site and the information that she is publishing is purely SPAM that is NOT endorsed by Singaporemombloggers.com.

After further investigation, we have found that this page is a fake account and Singaporemombloggers.com address has been used add credibility to their advertisement. The page and user have been reported to Facebook as spam and abuse.

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15 March 2014

Why I Breastfed my Firstborn for 7 months


It was supposed to be the postnatal checkup for 6 months after delivery of my firstborn, Pei Pei. It turned out to be the first prenatal checkup for my second pregnancy.

"To play safe... better not."

That was my gynaecologist's reply to my question - Can I continue breastfeeding Pei Pei during pregnancy?

A few days later, when we brought Pei Pei to the pediatrician for vaccination, the pediatrician gave me the same reply when I asked that question.

When I did researches online, some articles commented that it is ok to continue breastfeeding during pregnancy, and I knew some mothers who did that.

I was in a dilemma.

The final decision to whether I should continue breastfeeding during pregnancy was then made. The person who made this decision was Pei Pei.

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Why I Breastfed for 6 months and stopped...


When I was pregnant with Nicole, I had many (Read: MANY) friends who gave me many (Read: MANY again) advices on breastfeeding. They were those who were hell bent on converting me to fully breastfeed. And they were those who listed out the pros and cons and let me decide. And in the end, I made a decision… I will listen to the official voice of World Health Organisation (WHO):
So that’s how that magic 6 MONTHS figure got stucked in my mind. I told myself, that’s the least I have to do for my kids (if possible!)
Here’s my stats: Nicole – 6 months of breast milk, Nathan – 7 months of breast milk, Nadine – 9 months of breast milk. Yeah!!!

But I was a unconventional breastfeeder. I didn’t believe in latching. With Nicole, I latched for 1 month. Each time before I latched, my body would tense up. As I see that goldfish mouth coming closer and closer to the nipple, I’ve to shut my eyes in anticipation for the ‘OUCH’. I was probably doing it wrong, but it was really something I don’t look forward to.

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Why I Breastfed for 3 months...


I was a first time mom, beaming with pride and joy when my baby boy, Blake, entered our lives in September 2010.
Little did I know that the very first thing that I would ‘fail’ as a mother was being unable to provide him with milk.
You see, my milk didn’t kick in till more than a week after giving birth. I had a terrible, terrible time trying to breastfeed him, even though he latched on well. And, he had the cutest way of latching on. He would shake his head with his mouth wide open before attacking my breasts. I never knew how he could aim so well, even though his eyes were closed most of the time!
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