"Men are what their mothers made them" --Ralph Waldo Emerson
All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel Mother.
Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are their own.
The loveliest materpiece of the heart of God is the love of a Mother.
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This is probably one of the hardest challenge among many moms. And you'll be surprise on how your kids will react to this thing.

I've been starting potty train for B since his first birthday. Some of my mommy-friends are even started since the kids are still little baby. But I do believe that potty train is something that you should teach your kid when they are ready, so we took our time.

I decided to begin as early as his first birthday just as an introduction, not for a full train. I didn't expect him to understand so fast either.

During the weekend when we had no plan to go out, the three of us did this 'visual' schedule for Z.  Actually only me and my husband did it with Z supervised us.  ;p         
The idea is still the same with the tick tock clock which to give more understanding to my son about his scheduled daily activity.  More so this was also a family-bonding time.     

At this age, M loves to repeat many activities related songs, books, dance moves, drawing objects, toys, clothes. This is the time when your kids will keep on asking for lots of “more” and “again”. Although it may feels annoying and boring for us, but it's completely normal and very acceptable for their age. Repetition is good for M as it helps M to develop some skills and abilities such as:


Memory skill

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