This post is provided by Education.com. Help your child grow more confident with letters and numbers! Early literacy and counting skills are crucial to a young learners’ development. This simple, yet fun, bookmaking activity introduces and reinforces alphabet and number … Continue reading Make an ABC, 123 Book!
Guest post by: Amy McCready and was first published on Positive Parenting Solutions Let’s be honest. We love our kids to pieces, right? But parenting is exhausting – especially when we add in sports, extracurricular activities, family obligations, keeping the house … Continue reading The one simple phrase to change your parenting mindset forever
As soon as you enter Imaginia, you find yourself in a fantasy universe. Located at the Emporium Shopping Complex, the Playland is designed to look like an imaginative world where magic happens. Compared to other indoor play areas such as … Continue reading Imaginia Playland for kids in Bangkok
One of the largest parks in central Bangkok, Lumphini is situated on Rama IV Road next to the commercial district that is within the vicinity of Silom and Sathorn Roads. One of the reasons I particularly love this park is … Continue reading Lumphini Park with the kids
This is a guest post by Pumpic Mobile Monitoring TVs and tablets can prove a true blessing amidst the chaotic lifestyle of bringing up a kid, and many swear by them as the baby’s dummy of the 21st century. If … Continue reading How much screen time is too much for your kid?
If you live in Bangkok with a toddler or a young child, chances are that you’ve heard of the Funarium. This facility of 2,000 sqm offers kids with a great indoor park to play, and has something for every taste … Continue reading Funarium play area for kids in Bangkok
When you mention the names of shows like Dora the Explorer or Mickey Mouse Clubhouse to parents, chances are you’ll receive some positive feedback about how instructive these shows are. However, as soon as you mention Caillou, the sense of … Continue reading Why Caillou is not a bad show after all
If you have a child who is older than three, chances are you’ve had a close encounter with a parent’s worst nightmare: The dreadful Terrible Twos. When my daughter was still a baby, she was very quiet, happy, cheerful, and … Continue reading I survived a royal tantrum, and I lived to tell the tale
I’ve recently discovered a fun kids area that can keep a little monkey occupied for a couple of hours, while the parents can have a break and enjoy a cup of coffee! KiZventure Park is a fun place where kids … Continue reading KiZventure Park for kids and toddlers
This post was originally published on Sammiches and Psych Meds Are you a toddler’s mom who can’t take it anymore? Are you about to lose your mind or bang your head on a wall very soon? Well, I’ve got some … Continue reading What is a “flexy” mom?
After pregnancy, new moms are instantly programmed with a brand new perspective on life that makes them believe that they gave birth to the most special kids that humanity has ever seen. Well that’s only normal because they made these little … Continue reading Your kids are not special, deal with it
This post appeared originally on BKK Kids. I moved to Bangkok with my husband and daughter a few months ago, and I’m very impressed with how fast we have managed to adapt to our new lives. This has a lot to … Continue reading Dear strangers, please stop taking pictures of my daughter