Category Archives: White as Milk

Raising Siblings as an Only Child

Today you’ll find me over at White as Milk, talking about how the blind are leading the blind in my house–two only children having more than one child–what could possibly go wrong? Read the post here.

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White as Milk–Miscarriage

This weekend marks the 5th anniversary of the miscarriage of my first baby.  In my post over at White as Milk, I share my story, including some excerpts from my journals as I was going through it.  If you’ve gone … Continue reading

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WAM–the last few articles

Due to travel, I was a bit terrible about keeping you up to date about my White as Milk Posts Tech Savvy Toddler App Review of Duck Duck Moose’s “Wheels on the Bus” Read Aloud books for the 2+ set … Continue reading

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Books for the under 2 set (WAM)

On a more cheerful note than my last entry–today over on White as Milk, I’m talking about my favorite books for the under 2 set.  Come have a look.

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WAM–The Tech Savvy Toddler

Today I start a new weekly column at White as Milk–The Tech Savvy Toddler In today’s post, I explain why Technology isn’t the Big Bad Wolf

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WAM-Potty Training

Come read about misadventures in potty training over in my post today at White as Milk

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WAM-Breastfeeding in Singapore

In today’s post over at White as Milk, I discuss my experiences breastfeeding in Singapore, and some areas where improvements could be made to better support new moms.

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Crime and Punishment -White as Milk

I’m a little late in linking last week’s White as Milk column. I recently paraphrased “The Princess Bride” on Facebook, noting “Never enter into a land war in Asia or a battle of wills with a three year old,” alluding … Continue reading

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WAM–Father’s Day when you’re a fatherless child

I grew up without a dad.  Generally that’s something I’ve made my peace with, but Father’s Day always brings up those old emotions. Read more about it over in my newest post at White as Milk

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White as Milk–Life without a maid

New post over at White as Milk.  Wonder how life is going without a maid?  Come read all about it.

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