Between planning, finding nutritious recipes for tots and adults alike and portioning, I found that the baby-led weaning route has made things easier because I can cook everyone’s meals in one go.
Pregnancy is something that happens to husbands, as much as women. From the moment I discovered I was pregnant, I watched as my husband became almost an entirely different person.
During my midwife’s third visit, she told me she wasn’t happy with one of the twins’ weight gain. My worst nightmare happened: it was time to supplement two of the baby’s feeds with formula. I felt like the worst mum in the world.
Tossing about the pros and cons of electronic babysitters when you’re out and about with your toddler.
DoktorBudak.com could very well be the latest addition to your browser’s bookmark list. Started by Dr. Zahilah Filzah Zulkifli and Dr Foo Chee Hoe, it’s where you can consult local paediatricians online and for free.
Do you love to overshare baby photos on Facebook? Ooi Ying Nee shares how your friends without children might really feel about this.
Even though I’ve lived abroad since my late teens, I’ve always been proud to introduce myself as Malaysian, and still consider Malaysia home. So when I became pregnant, I looked into obtaining Malaysian citizenship for my son.
I decided that I needed to shop around for a doctor who can deliver my twins vaginally because not many of the ‘younger’ doctors do it. I’m guessing it’s easier for them – they get to schedule it, they’re in and out in an hour or two tops, and they don’t need to wait around while you’re in labour.
When we became pregnant with our twins last year, we suddenly found ourselves part of a secret club. The hidden trapdoor to the secret society of parenthood opened and welcomed us within.
I never in a million years thought that motherhood would change me.