I’m just your average person who never expected to be traveling down this road we call motherhood. Like all adventures thrown our way, we embrace each new day with a healthy dose of humour.

Ally was born in July 2007, we were shocked to learn that she had a complete cleft palate and recessed chin. Two months down the line she was diagnosed with severe GERD. We were blessed with a team of fantastic doctors and nurses without whom we would not have known what to do.

Max was born in June 2009, he wasn’t cleft affected like Ally and basically was a happy, laid back baby. His feisty personality slowly evolved and he adores his older sister.

Luke is the newest addition to the family, he came into the world, 8 days late in Feb 2012. Like Max he is a very happy laid back baby, for now ๐Ÿ™‚ We are enjoying kissing his baby feet and taking in that gorgeous baby smell of his.

Our family chooses to live life to the fullest, we do not believe in living in fear nor do we run away from challenges. We hope to raise loving, caring and passionate childrenย  who will hopefully do something wonderful with their lives.

4 responses to “About

  1. Howdy! Thanks for your comment on our blog. The truth is, we always *thought* we wanted a large family, and then once our second was born we thought we were done… and then we decided we weren’t… and then it all happened again after we adopted Sasha (our cleft kiddo)… so I’m not placing any bets on whether or not we’re done with 4. But it’s a nice round number and I do think our family may be complete now. Anyway, it’s funny that you asked about wanting a large family because we live in Utah where 4 is just getting started for many families! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Anyway, if you have any questions or anything I can help out with, please don’t hesitate to leave your contact info on our blog.

  2. My team has designed the SingaporeMummy’s portal in Jan 2011 which aims to provide information for the working mummies. We are going to launch our new session on mummies’ blog which we hope to provide some way for mummies to interact and communicate with each other. We believe that only mummies know mummies best and we hope our experienced mummies’ precious experience can enlighten some of our new mummies along their way of motherhood.

    We have spotted your blog via one of the blogroll and we are hoping to add your blog into our list. By adding your blog into our list, your latest blog entry will be shown on our website via rss. You may refer to the mockup via this link: http://www.singaporemummy.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=92&Itemid=128

    For your information, our website is http://www.singaporemummy.com and our facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/singaporemummy. Do visit our website and facebook to check it out.

  3. Hello! This is Joyce here (from SC), not sure if you remember me.. Bloghopped to your site quite by chance and great to see u doing well! And congrats on your number 3! ๐Ÿ˜‰ keep in touch!

  4. Eveline

    Wow I read your entries on baby led weaning and am really impressed. I have a 8 month old and am doing the whole feed her with a spoon thing ๐Ÿ™‚ thinking of making the switch. I am also working on an article on baby led weaning for a parenting magazine. Would you be open to share your experiences? Do drop me an email! Thanks!

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