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Read more...Everyone knows about LEGO pieces and blocks. And I bet nowadays kids are lucky enough to play with LEGO building blocks in most of an average family. So what do we do when we have building blocks? We build things such as plane, car, playground, furnitures so on and so forth. All things we created...

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Read more...For folks who own at least one or more plasma cars at home, you might be thinking of a good option to park these toy cars and this post is dedicated to you.


Inspired by the process of how to dock a boat (I guess), Austin presented a sophisticated, stylish way to dock your plasma car at home...

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Read more...Every moment Austin is progressing. One moment, we observed that he can fill up an empty paper within minutes. The next thing we realized, we run out of papers to let me scribbling. When that happen, every single papers that wrote, drew or painted with can actually cover up all the wall in our...

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Read more...Whether big kids or little kids, everyone needs motivation to do things that are considered less interesting in life. For example house chores and routine rituals.

In order to promote what we as parents ‘beg’ them to do, we first have to perform the task in the rightful manner, then...

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Read more...For Austin, his world is made of numbers. His exposure on numbers was way before his first birthday. Thanks to the tiny little board books that I purchased from Ross. I believe he had been reading in heart as early as his fingers could flip the little books. Play that blending in numbers...

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Read more...Speaking of building toys for kids, Austin has a pretty luxury collection from wood, plastic, magnetic, gear to block varieties. Some were gifts from relatives/friends whilst others were sourced locally or the limited edition kinds were flew in from The United States.

Although I had been through...

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Read more...Modern parents are constantly searching for the newest, the hottest playthings for their kids. New action figures, new dolls, new DVDs, the bottom line is new playthings. Why? To keep their children occupied and distracted instead of bugging the parents. Alas, I found the rule of nature doesn't...

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Read more...You probably had heard of that researchers found puzzle play particularly in children between ages 2 to 4 tends to enhance learning of spatial skills. Be it a validated fact or an on-going experiment, I personally find puzzles very interesting at the same very intimidating. Recalling my days as a...

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Read more...Bottoms Up with Toddler Cups

Whatever you name it either sport sipper, sippy cups, child cups or baby cups, we had tried all kind of toddler cups under the sun but our little friend is still finicky when it comes to drinking water. Not an absolute recent case to file but as Austin goes to school...

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