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Chicken Salad Sandwich - Easy, Hearty, Healthy!

Ingredients 1 cup grilled/roasted chicken breast -diced(You can also use rotisserie chicken leftover from previous meal)3 tbsp mayonnaise1 clove garlic- minced2 tsp lemon juice1 medium sized tomato -chopped1 tbsp green onion -chopped1 tbsp English p

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Feed your tummy, feed your soul. Stay in and fight Covid-19!

If you’re looking for a sweet tooth treat during this ‘quarantine’ season feel happy to try out our delicious Apple Crumble recipe. We usually make Apple pie, but to some it may sound daunting having to make your own dough and roll it. So here goes

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Tips and tricks to make meal time a fun time (especially for picky eater)

Hello everyone, been a while since our last posting. Well you know mom’s got only two hands (hey, I’m seriously using my ‘mom’s card’ here..lol). As you know, meal time could be a real challenge for us moms especially when you have some picky-unreas

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6 Reasons Why Play-Doh is Good For Your Kids

Play-Doh. One of the most popular and sort after products in the history of toys. So what contribute to its fame and why kids (and parents too) love it so much? There must be some kind of magic that come alongside the fun experience Play-Doh has bee

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7 Tips to Nurture Reading Habits in Your Kids

Bedtime is perfect, but any other times are no exceptions. You can make board books and cloth books as one of their first toys, so they’ll be familiar with it. Bring the books along in your diaper bag, and at any time you or your kids need a break, o

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Do Art With Your Kids!

Fostering creativity will help them develop mentally, socially and emotionally. Creating art may also jack up their competence in analyzing and problem-solving in myriad ways. So start them young dear parents! They’ll sure love the experience 😉 #ke

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Helping With Household Chores Builds Character

Familiarize your children with simple chores like brooming, keeping the toys away, setting the table, preparing meals, etc. Letting them contribute in small ways will make them feel valued, with a sense of belonging and achievements. . So let’s swee

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5 Tips For Being A Calmer Parent

These are five things you can do to be a calmer parent: . 1. Recognize the anger . It is so normal for kids to act up their age. When anger gets the better of you, quickly recognize it and stop right there. Being mad is okay, but never prolong the a

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