Sometime back, our talented homegrown artist, Pang, was commissioned by National Arts Council (NAC) for a submission of an artwork for the Streets of Hope Exhibition. The exhibition serves to encourage and lift the spirits as we stand united during this pandemic.Continue reading “National Arts Council – Streets of Hope”
To all the dads who have been working from home, thank you for trying your best to ensure things work out at home. While there are moments of frustrations, overwhelm, or even loss of personal space, we want to thank you for hanging in there with your family.
As a wrap up to our DADs@HOME series, we will like to dedicate the following poem that’s written by our talented homeschool mum, Madeline @MadaboutGod to you:Continue reading “DADs@HOME: THANK YOU!”
“..without quantity time, quality time is meaningless. The reverse is true as well..”
Time seems to have come to a standstill over the last two months. We are almost in the middle of the year, and yet it seems like the year has barely begun. Looking back to late January and early February, the coronavirus was already wreaking havoc in China; and for us in Singapore, we were preparing for a SARS-like virus. But never in our wildest dreams would we have imagined how life as we knew it could have come to an abrupt halt.Continue reading “DADs@HOME: When WFH Becomes WATT”
I had opportunities to work from home (WFH), so I find myself slightly more prepared for this period. There was a lot of trial and error initially. With WFH, I observed I have been able to get most of my work done during the boys’ naps and bedtime.Continue reading “DADs@HOME: Mindset and Communication”
I’m the storyteller and “bed-putter”. My kids love stories, and they love my stories. Recently we discovered an app which features a spinning wheel, and we place our favourite fairy tales on it. We spin once each and I’ll do a fairy tale mash-up. They love it!Continue reading “DADs@HOME: I Am Important”