Often wonder how celebrities who gave birth just barely a month ago, show up at a press event or print ad set looking put together, toned and in shape? Sure, we all know that Photoshop does wonders. I could look like Miss Piggy and with a good Photoshop artist, be digitally altered to look like a Victoria Secret’s angel. What about those who appear in person, live, with a flat stomach and toned torso underneath a fashionable outfit?
Where did their postpartum tummy go?
The answer to that is shapewear.
Not just any shapewear, but a good shapewear.
This topic has to be one of the hottest and most inconclusive debate amongst parents, retailers, distributors and importers. It is no secret that Parallel Importing is not illegal in Singapore, yet, and a handful of consumers do prefer the cheaper price tag compared to the local counterparts carried and sold by authorised distributors and retailers.
It is now my second time breastfeeding but really just the first time I'm using a breast pump. Before my first born arrived, I already knew and planned to stop breastfeeding early at 3 months postpartum so I was hesitant of getting a breast pump knowing how expensive they can be. I wanted to give it a go to try and see if I could make do with total direct latching and eventually it worked for me so I was rather lucky I would say.
If you're happy and you know it clap your hands
Here's babyC clapping along with Alilo® her magical media playing bunny. A premium multi-functional media player that sings nursery songs, tell stories, play music and even makes a personal voice recording for babyC. She's learn to adjust her volume on Alilo's cute little tail and her soft bunny ears changes colour, gently lighting the darkness while babyC sleeps.
As a parent who tries to continually engage her children in songs, interactive play, physical activity and multi-sensory experiences, it can get tiring to conjure up new things to engage them in. To add on to that, we have a big family trip coming up and a dreaded 8 hour flight with cranky toddlers and I was researching on a multitude of options to keep them engaged on the flight. So when I found out about the Alilo Bunny, I thought it’d be a great option to help keep my twin toddlers occupied and jumped at the chance to give it a go!
Alilo Smarty Shake & Tell Review
What is it? The Alilo Smarty Shake & Tell is an intelligent digital interactive player that offers children various songs, rhymes and sounds to keep them occupied and is a digital rattle with cute bunny ears. It is also able to identify and tell you the colours. The Alilo Smarty has developmental benefits which help a child grow by letting them learn to touch, play, listen and learning from the words and stories.
With this year’s National Day Parade fast on the horizons, many young families are undoubtedly wracking their brains on where best to see our annual fireworks. Toddlers and babies can be especially fussy with all the hub bub and excitement around them, so here’s our list of tips and tricks to help your family and little tots have a safe, fun and easy National Day outing!
With interior designing these days, it’s all about the aesthetic, the photo walls and the Instagram. We can’t all be rich and live in Ms Tjin Lee’s level of luxury but we sure as heck can pretend to! Beautiful things don’t have to come with a huge price tag. So here’s our list of tip top avant garde ideas for that light and flawless Instagram home! Come take a look!
We’re officially in the thick of the loooong awaited SEPTEMBER HOLIDAYS! A whole week of rest, relaxation and doing absolutely nothing (and that’s a good thing). As parents we may be racking our brains for places to take our little ones and keep them engaged for longer than a second, and we all know how hard that can be. So here is Mums & Babes list of Singapore’s Best Playgrounds!
The time of Reindeers and cookies and fruit cakes are upon us! Its T-4 days to Christmas and we’re all excited. So, here’s our list of the best gifts of 2017 for your little ones! Santa's a coming and sleighbells a ringing!