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{Book Review} Our Kid Blogger reviews Frogkisser and Tom Gates 10

Young Readers titles should be reviewed by young readers – My opinion! Kids have very vibrant world of imagination and emotions so the way they read and interpret books could be a bit or drastically different than adults. My daughter […]

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{Review and Giveaway} From Mom with love

Today I am bringing to you review of some awesome products from the Original Sprout that I received some time back and am using it regularly for my kids and myself (I suspect my hubby also used them!). Like I […]

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Life is a Learning Journey

Recently my Son had his Learning journey and when he came back from school, he was excitedly mentioning all that he saw and loved in the art gallery that day – How he saw paintings and who is Mona Lisa. […]

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5 Ways to Balance Work and Life When You’re a Traveling Business Mom

Are you apprehensive about returning to work after having a child? Many women are intimidated by the idea of juggling work and caring for a child, especially if their work involves lots of traveling. Whether you have to travel often […]

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Cold Storage Kids Run 2017 – What a run!

Asia’s and Singapore’s longest-running children’s run event, the 10th Cold Storage Kids Run, took place yesterday morning at Palawan Green Sentosa. RainbowDiaries wanted to attend this run for many years but somehow never could attend for this reason or the […]

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{Book Review} Parents, time to take charge with Calmer, Easier, Happier Screen Time

Technology is great and we cannot deny it’s importance in our daily life. But what if the gadgets start overpowering us and take the complete control of our especially kids’ thoughts, actions and overall behavior? One word – Dangerous! Some […]

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5 times when kids left me red-faced

Kids will be kids will be kids!!! They are super-innocent and always speak their mind. Everything about them is ultimately very cute. But sometimes, this causes embarrassing moments for parents. Don’t you agree with me? There are many times, my […]

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