Tag Archives: Spain

What is the gratitude list of our Europe 2018 trip?

In the beautiful autumn 2018, we endured long hours of multi-leg flights after I spent some $ for the airfare of Little Prince for us to have a memorable Europe 2018 trip. Herein is our gratitude list: The first autumn experience of Little Prince! Just few minutes after we boarded bus X9 from the Tegel […]

How to deal with flat feet?

Since Little Prince was little, I observed that he fell down often. Can it be due to his tiredness? flat feet? or both? On 20180918, I brought Little Prince to see a podiatrist who graduated from the University of Barcelona. The consultation costed me ~ USD 14, and it made me aware of potential risks […]

What kinds of work interest you the most?

In Summer 2018, I need to start seriously preparing for the next chapter of life. I am an introvert, I prefer to work alone together. I like quiet environment. I appreciate the opportunities to introduce my children to my work early in their lives [1]. … *** [1] As an intern at LOLA MullenLowe, a […]

What are your plans after stopping lactation?

On 20180323, Honey Panda informed me that Little Prince prefers mother’s milk (even it’s thawed from the frozen ones and does not taste as good as the freshly pumped breastmilk) over milk powder of Aptamil 3. She drinks less milk than before, but thankfully she loves to eat diverse food though. Honey Panda mentioned that […]

How to prepare our children for the first day of kindergarten?

During the open campus day, I saw that there would be 22 classmates of Little Prince and we received a back-to-school checklist by Todd Parr. On the eve of Little Prince’s first day of kindergarten, as inspired by the checklist, I created a personalized checklist for him: be unique, it’s okay to be different be […]

What have we learned from visits to hospitals?

On 20170626, after Little Princess vomited thrice starting at 8.30pm, we rushed her to the main hospital with children emergency, where most parents in the country we lived in summer 2017 have brought their sick children to see a doctor, especially when general practitioners had closed. In the moment of rush, I still remember to […]

What are you thankful for at work?

In summer 2017, I felt restless and a sense of learning and trying to do other things as my work. This is not to say that my current work has not been fulfilling, in fact it has allowed me to achieved some of my dreams since years and decades ago. In ubiquitous up-or-go systems, including […]