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Lost World of Tambun (Review)

Woo-hoo! As a year-end treat, we went to Lost World of Tambun, Ipoh for some splashing fun. It is also known as Lost World Hot Springs & Spa as the theme park is set at the foothill of limestone caves. It is said to be the biggest hot springs and spa in South East Asia. I wish we had more time to spend exploring the park but time just flew by when you are having fun.

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Lego Classic 10698 (Review)

If you have read my review on Livelock First Step 1 building blocks, you would know that my son (and me) loves to build and explore. And being exposed to The Lego Movie, Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, Lego City, Lego Nexo Knights, etc. it was just a matter of time (and money) before we got him his first set.

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LeapFrog LeapReader (Review)

In this time and technology age, children are getting more tech-savvy. More so when they are exposed to technology at an early age. From computer games to toy drones, some kids these days need more than just a simple book to keep them interested.

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How to Use Baking Soda — 33 Everyday Uses

I LOVE baking soda. There are so many useful things I can do with it and I am even still discovering new ones. And the best thing is, baking soda is pure, safe and natural. I was looking for natural products to use as part of my personal care when I first read about baking soda.

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Don’t Let Your Kids Hang with Cody

Codeine is well-known for its over-the-counter use in treating coughs and associated pain in children. A new report, however, casts serious doubts on its efficacy and safety, and is turning the medical community against the prescription of the once-popular opiate.

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Livelock First Step 1 Pastel Colour (Review)

I love having a son. Not only do I get surprise hugs and kisses, I get to play with his toys too. And one of his toys that I really like to play with is called Livelock from Japan — a DIY building block/assembling system. What I really love about these building blocks is that they challenge the boundaries of your imagination.

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Tips on How to Save a Choking Baby

Young children are naturally inquisitive and often want to put their new ‘discoveries’ in their mouth to learn more about it. Children can choke on food, just like adults, but it’s far more likely that they will choke on toy parts and other objects. It is therefore sensible to take precautions against them choking.

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Protect Our Children: Support Anti-Grooming Laws

Never knew about child grooming until this disturbing news came out a few months ago. Very disturbing and alarming news. Especially if you have a little child around who you are trying to teach about trust and goodness in this world. How do you tell him that there are monsters in the guise of an uncle-next-door? Or that the uncle or auntie who is a friend of the family may have ulterior motives?