All The Saints Of Our Lives

Last weekend was the celebration of my church’s 15th anniversary. The organising team spent one month planning and preparing for the two events – the main one being our gala dinner slash awards night to appreciate our leaders and ministry members on Saturday, and then our actual Sunday service. The bigger focus went to the […]

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Number 3: Week 14

Many have been referring to this baby as baby number two. I usually just let them, although my mind would do an autocorrect every time they say that, and it would whisper “number three”. It is quite a complex situation. In many ways, Amy does seem to be my only child and my first, so it’s […]

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Things Amy Say

Amy is now at the age where she begins to say the funniest things. Example #1:  She plays and laughs and everyone laughs with her. Amy: Amy soooooo happy!!! Me: You’re so happy? Amy: The end! Me: The end? Amy: Correct! Me: … Background commentary: My bedtime stories to her always end with “Amy / […]

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Belated Father’s Day post

So a few weeks ago was Father’s Day. It was the first Father’s Day without my dad. It wasn’t unbearably difficult, but difficult nevertheless. Initially I couldn’t for the life of me remember how we celebrated the occasion last year, until the hubby reminded me. Then I was grateful, because I remembered that daddy had […]

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Amy turns two

Amy is now two years old! I know I keep saying this, but oh how time flies! It felt almost like yesterday that I was holding Amy as a newborn in my arms, and now, she is entering her terrible terrific two’s. We had a simple party with the family last weekend. Amy wasn’t smiling at […]

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Dangers to our children

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The news of paedophile Richard Huckle has recently rocked Malaysia. But in all honesty, it is not the only case going on. There are tonnes of predators of children, whether sexual abusers or kidnappers or even torturers and murderers. Before I became a parent, stories like this sickened me. But now that I am a […]

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