Many wrote their dedication to their husbands on behalf of their children on Father's Day. Some kids wrote/made a little token for their dads. My kids? Had to be reminded that it's Father's Day and the only thing that they made for him was from Sunday School (now stuck on our fridge). (Well, it was… Continue reading Dada: The good, the bad
I don't talk about my late father that much now even if I do, it's me referring to how I am who I am now because of his death. Don't get me wrong, I haven't forgotten him. And since this is the month of Cheng Beng, I've been asked numerous times on where do I… Continue reading In loving memory…
I have 5 Drafts sitting in my Blogpost and I've decided to start a brand new post cos I can't seem to get the same "feel". To me writing is similar to going for a nice 3 or 5 course meal. Where you sit down and slowly chew & taste all the flavours that you… Continue reading Choose Your Day
I recently brought James for another round of assessment. We did it once at the beginning of last year and a really brief one at the end of last year. I met his new class teacher and I couldn't really tell her exactly how much he has progressed. So we thought, let's just do a… Continue reading Dyslexia:Unwrapped – Stay Happy
What's a New Year post without resolutions? A blur photo (low resolution, geddit geddit?) 😁 I've made mistakes throughout 2018 and I thought it'll be nice to pen some resolutions down. Kinda like making a commitment. "Ahh Ciku, you write one ah! Better stick to your words!" So here goes everything! My kiddos I'm blessed… Continue reading The only way is forward
Today marks the beginning of my second year back in the corporate world after a 5 years hiatus. When I tell people what I used to do prior to heading back to the corporate world, many would say... "WHY???!!! Why didn't you just continue?" After a year, I'm still glad I didn't continue what I… Continue reading Happy Anniversary to me!
When I tell people that my eldest son has Dyslexia, they would usually ask.. 1)How did you discover it? 2)When did you discover it? 3) Someone in your family is dyslexic? And the answers would be: 1) We realized that he is confused with the letters "b" and "d" at the age of 4. We… Continue reading Dyslexia: Unwrapped-Misunderstood