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    Published on 08-05-2015 06:05 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Parenthood,
    3. Mummy's Corner
    Chong (right) advised parents to be more careful when entrusting their children to babysitters. ― Picture by Malay Mail - See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/babysitter-used-concealer-to-hide-babys-bruises#sthash.eAFAWm1P.dpuf

    KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 — Chan Yee Ling, 30, was giving her two-year-old daughter Tan Xuan Ying a bath when she saw bruises on her child’s face.

    “Cosmetic concealer was used to cover up the bruises,” she said, recalling her horror on Monday after bringing her daughter home from the babysitter.
    Chan said she asked the babysitter what had happened and was told that her daughter had fallen.
    “I brought Xuan Ying to the doctor who said the injuries were not from a fall. The doctor ...
    Published on 05-05-2015 03:20 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Parenthood

    As parents, we have consistently reminded our children to never, ever talk to strangers. But with this social experiment conducted at the park where children play with their parents' supervision, this man asked the parents if they believed their children would talk to strangers. Each Mom believed her child wouldn't, as they diligently taught her to never speak or go with any stranger and agreed to test it out. The result ...
    Published on 21-04-2015 12:08 AM
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    2. Mummy's Corner
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    When you blindfold a child and ask him or her to pick out his mama by smell and touch instead of sight – something incredibly beautiful happens every time.

    Article is from For Every Mom.
    Published on 02-04-2015 02:24 AM
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    2. Parenthood
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    A moviegoer who got an apology over social media from a mom who said she was mortified by her children's "rude and obnoxious" behavior at the movies wrote in her own Facebook message that the apology "brought me to tears and shows there [are] still good people in the world."

    Kyesha Smith Wood, of Birmingham, Alabama, dropped off her son, daughter and step-daughter at the movies, she said in a Facebook post early Saturday morning. The son is a teenager and the two girls are 13, according to ABC's Birmingham affiliate, ABC 33/40.

    "My son later told me, much to my humiliation and embarrassment, that my girls were rude and obnoxious during the movie. The woman I'm looking for addressed them and asked them to be quiet ...
    Published on 01-04-2015 05:04 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Mummy's Corner,
    3. No Place Like Home
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    Here's a video tutorial that showcases a different DIY treatment for decorating Easter eggs. Once you master it (which by the way is so simple) you can definitely impress your kids and friends:

    Here are what you'll need:

    A piece of silk fabric.
    A piece of white fabric.
    Twist ties.
    White vinegar.

    It's very simple: just wrap the egg in the silk, then wrap it again in the white fabric. Wrap the egg/fabric up tight with twist ties, then add it ...
    Published on 18-03-2015 05:28 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Newborn,
    3. Babies, Babies and More Babies,
    4. Toddlers,
    5. Pre-Schoolers,
    6. Parenthood

    Flash photography is one of the easiest ways to detect a life-threatening eye cancer called Retinoblastoma. The tumour can develop in young children from birth and often reflects back as a white pupil. Early detection is the key to saving their sight and their lives. So we developed CHECT Flash Photo Posters to show parents that they can detect eye cancer in their child simply by taking a photo.

    Here's a related story:

    Taylor's mom, Tina Treadwell, was planning to submit an adorable ...
    Published on 02-03-2015 02:12 PM
    1. Categories:
    2. Healthy Mommy Means Healthy Baby,
    3. Childbirth,
    4. Mummy's Corner
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    After giving birth, having sex with your husband may be the last thing you'll have in mind because of all the stresses you've through during pregnancy, labor and even after giving birth. But it may also one of those things you may be wanting to do again after abstaining for some time. But what if having sex turns into a very painful ordeal? How can something you once enjoyed may not be as pleasant as it used to? Here are things you need to know for such change:

    Pregnancy and childbirth change a woman’s body. And for a lot of us, resuming our sex lives can be, at best, a bit of a learning curve, and at worst, terribly painful. Baharak Amir-Wornell, a Halifax OB/GYN and pelvic-floor surgeon, says it’s not uncommon for women who have recently ...
    Published on 27-02-2015 09:51 PM
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    2. Toddlers,
    3. Pre-Schoolers,
    4. Parenthood
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    Many of us, parents, depend on YouTube for awesome toddler's videos to show our kids. But admit it, it is so hard to filter the videos our little ones may watch, especially when accidentally, we have left our gadgets with them. We donot even know what shows that entertain them from the moment we walk out of the room.

    As told in the official YouTube blog post, YouTube Kids app makes it safer and easier for children to find videos on topics they want to explore, and is available for free on Google Play and the App Store in the US. This is not yet available in Singapore, but still ...
    Published on 26-02-2015 05:27 AM
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    2. Healthy Mommy Means Healthy Baby,
    3. Planting the Seed
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    You’ve sailed along on your eating plan for eons, but pregnancy may require you to rethink what’s on your plate. Here's the scoop on staying vegan or gluten-free while pregnant.

    You recall it well: The moment you put your fork down and decided, “No more meat/animal products/gluten!” Full of conviction, you changed your grocery list and restaurant orders ... and then didn’t give it a ton of thought. But now that your munchkin is getting a bit of everything you eat—and none of what you dont’t—you may be reconsidering that decision for your pregnancy diet. Should you stick with it? Will your vegan resolve ...
    Published on 26-02-2015 05:15 AM
    1. Categories:
    2. Planning,
    3. Miscarriage,
    4. Childbirth,
    5. Mummy's Corner,
    6. Planting the Seed
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    It took me a long time to get pregnant. Approximately four years, from the time I first thought, Hmmm. I might be ready for a baby, to the morning I saw those two pink lines miraculously show up on the pregnancy test.

    It was a journey that began gradually and naively for my husband and me; I simply tossed the rectangular box of tiny white pills in the trash one day and confidently waited for my body to do its thing. As the months and years passed, and no pregnancy appeared, my yearning grew stronger. I consulted with acupuncturists, fertility specialists and the most vociferous expert of all, The Internet. In the end, I can't really tell you the exact combination of ...

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