Monday, Jan 26, 2015Monday, Jan 26, 2015
Parenting
 
There are a few sheets of paper that never fail to pique the interest of first-time visitors to our home.
When Methodist Girls' School (MGS) held its first father-and-child bonding session last year, the response was so good it had to double its number of participants to 80 pairs.
J. On. John. W. On. Te. D. Wanted. A. F. Rog. Frog. As. A. P. Et. Pet. I'm tired. I want to sleep. Can I rest? A. At. Th. The. P. Et. Pet. Sh. Op. Shop. T. Ad. P. Ols. Tadpoles. Sw. Am. Swam. I. In. A. B. Ig. Big. T. Ank. Tank. Yay! Can I have a stamp now? Can it say "Very good"? Wait, can it say "Impressive"? I want two! Can I? I'm tired now.
Accountant Goh Ruoh Sze used to sit next to her elder child, Daniel, to ensure he did his primary school homework and assessment books.
Ms Suriati Alias, an assistant manager at a convenience store, had always wanted her eldest child, Nur Elliszuwani Mohamad Ali, to take up nursing.
Madam Kanniakumari Kula- sekaralagoo and her husband dated 11 years before tying the knot in 2002. Still, after marriage, they realised each of them had habits that annoyed the other.
A year and a half ago, my older daughter was referred to the Health Promotion Board for a more thorough check-up following a school health screening. Her right shoulder blade had grown noticeably bigger than the other.
For the first six months of Singaporean music composer Jonathan Ong's career in Hollywood, he ran a lot of errands for others.