My husband was sent to Sydney for business and what better way to “save” money! We can go there too and not pay for hotel fees. Yay! So, we applied for the visa, got approved, booked tickets and flew to Sydney. To save money, I decided not to fly Cathay Pacific and use staff tickets… Continue reading Travelling with a [16 month-old] toddler
We bought Baby Tony’s first high chair when he was almost 5 months old. This was to have him sit with us during meals and see the table. Before purchasing this, he would sit in his rocker while we eat. Since the flats in Hong Kong are very small our requirements were that it has… Continue reading Review: Fisher-Price Spacesaver High Chair
Baby Tony used to LOVE strawberries. He doesn’t really like them now. He also used to like mango. He doesn’t like them now either. So what am I to do with the mangoes and strawberries at home? Make them into popsicles of course! 🙂 It was a Saturday morning and Baby Tony had help from… Continue reading Recipe: Fruity popsicles
Baby Tony has always preferred to feed himself. He’s so independent! We did buy him some bowls that have suction at the bottom but we feel is it not enough. He already likes throwing food on the floor so we’d like something to prevent him from throwing an entire bowl of food on the floor!!!… Continue reading Review: ezpz Happy Mat, Happy Bowl and Mini Mat
Baby Tony has always been independent. He’s used to feeding himself since he started his solids intake. Very rarely will he let us feed him especially rice. So when he lets me feed him rice, I act as if I’ve won the lottery! Baby Led Weaning (BLW) is what we’ve been practising at home. After… Continue reading Baby Led Weaning: Food intake in the last 8 months
I found out that Baby Tony liked to be fed rice with chopsticks when I celebrated my birthday at the HK airport and we had Saboten for dinner before we got on the plane. But that was just plain rice, when we’re at home and eating rice with pork/chicken/beef/vegetables, I try to feed him using… Continue reading Feeding with a spoon makes your baby cry? Try Chopsticks!
I’ve always loved cooking for my family, most especially my husband so when Baby Tony was nearing 6 months, I got so excited because I will be able to cook for him! 6th month came. He didn’t want to be fed. 7th month came. He still didn’t want to be fed. 8th month came. He… Continue reading First bread experience at 8.5 months