I had plugged ducts last Tuesday and I received help from nurses at the Maternal and Child Heath Centre and Molly from La Leche League HK. My son went to bed that night with me still pained with the plugged ducts. At around 2am early Wednesday morning, my son started to cry and would cry… Continue reading First fever at 5 months 2 weeks (22w6d)
Now, I understand how hard and painful it is to have blocked ducts. Ouchhhhyyyy!!!! 😦 I alternate breasts when I nurse my baby. So, yesterday, my son was being picky. When he was suppose to nurse on the right, he nursed on the left instead. This resulted in an engorged feeling on my right breast… Continue reading Boooooo! Blocked ducts!
Three days ago, I learned about Petit Tippi’s Applecheeks 30% sale and I just couldn’t decide which to buy or how many because it’s supposedly a secret from my husband. Petit Tippi is an online shop based in Hong Kong but they ship internationally. I was about to checkout one Applecheeks cover in my cart but… Continue reading Our first fluff mail!!!
We’re ready for a new adventure! We’ll be cloth diapering soon! Before Thanksgiving 2014, when I was still pregnant, I asked my husband if we wanted to cloth diaper our son and he told me that we could try in a few months’ time. Well, the time is near! Haha! We’ve been buying a lot… Continue reading Cloth Diapering: Crazy meets Cloth
We thought we’d be using a crib inside our tiny room but when my back pain was so bad during the first few days, we decided that this is the time to use our co-sleeper. We are so glad we ordered this on amazon! Overall: I think this is well made and very useful. On… Continue reading Review: The First Years Close and Secure Sleeper
My son is so wonderful! He’s such an easy baby to take care of and he smiles as soon as he sees us after work or when I come home for lunch. Best. Feeling. Ever. I thought coming home to a husband was the best feeling ever, but naaaahhh it is actually coming home to… Continue reading Being a mum to a bubbly 5-month old boy feels amazing!
Days before my seminar at the Excelsior, I was very anxious about how I could pump during the breaks and lunch time. So, I searched on google what other mums did… “Call the hotel and see if they could accommodate you.” “Contact the coordinator of the seminar, surely they’ve had a breastfeeding mum before.” Okay.… Continue reading Pumping at The Excelsior Hotel