By Mummies For Mummies (and Daddies too)


December 2020

Fun School Holiday Activities!

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While the school is still on break, let’s make your kids do some fun activities! In this post, I am listing down some activities to help you parents to get your kids away from the gadget screens so their school break is spent meaningfully!

#1 Camping

Or these days, we call it glamping! Take your children out to see the nature and experience serenity with an amazing camping trip away from the city’s hustling and bustling. There are beautiful camping spots in Malaysia that children will enjoy. To prep you for that trip, take this mosquito repellant bracelet from BabyQto with you.

#2 Trip to animal farm

For animal lovers, Farm In The City in Seri Kembangan is a must-visit place. Your children will learn a lot about the animals and get a hands-on experience at the farm. They can get up close by holding, patting, and feeding the animals. Be prepared to see your children amazements and happy faces! Prep your children with this strappy water bottle from Snapkis to quench thirst and keep them hydrated while spending the day with the adorable animals under the sun!

#3 Beach holiday

Malaysia is blessed with beautiful islands and beaches all over the country. It is no doubt a beach holiday is listed! Take your children swimming, build sandcastles, watch the sunset – a beautiful memory to cherish together as a family indeed. Get this swimsuit from Cheekaaboo on Babydash to bring for the trip!

#4 Volunteer work

School holiday is the perfect time to teach your children to contribute to society. You can help by initiating a small donation drive just amongst families and friends so your children can bring the donation to the shelter. This helps your children to develop compassion and empathy for the less fortunates.

#5 Workshops

Send your children to skills workshops that will unleash their inner talent and creativity – public speaking, creative writing, or even music camps! Not only it enhances your children’s talents, it could also enhance their social skills by making new friends with similar interests. Be sure to keep a look out for workshops with fun programs for your children!

Parents, Follow These For A Stress-free Celebration!

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‘Tis the season to be jolly! Yet for many families, the expectations that come with the festivity can be so stressful and cause anxiety – not just for the adults but for the children, too. It is vital to remember that as you running around to create the best holiday home, buy the best gifts for everyone, and create the best holiday meal, that your children are watching!

If you turn the holidays to be stressful, that is how your children view and remember the holidays as well. Because children reflect and model their parents. Which means this serves as a great opportunity to make the best out of the time of the year and teach your children about bonding, togetherness, giving, and making memories! Here are some helpful tips for making the holidays less stressful (which applies to all festive seasons: Hari Raya, Chinese New Year, Diwali, and more!)

#1 Simplify your life – create a To-Do list of the important things so you do not forget and get stressed at the last minute and remember to leave off unnecessary, unimportant things! Focus to get the important ones done and do not procrastinate!

#2 Many of us are people-pleasers and over-scheduling ourselves with invitations to visit our relatives, but that should change this time ’round! Only accept invitations that you honestly are excited to attend. Simply decline the rest, politely. Well, it can be hard to say ‘No’. So here I include some ways you can respectfully and politely decline invitations:

#3 Remember to take a breather and de-stress by doing things that you love like taking a warm bath with candlelight and aromatherapy! A simple time out reward for yourself ❤

#4 This is the season to give! Take your children to volunteer at a shelter together as a family. Before going there, perhaps you would want to gather some old clothes, blankets, food and donate them to the people at the shelter.

#5 Together with your children, makes personalized gifts for friends and relatives with the recipients in mind. For an example, if their aunt loves cats, draw her a picture of a cat in the card!

Hope these tips are helpful! The memories you make with your children are priceless and your relationship with others are the key to those memories. Sometimes the best memories made are from simple planning! Need not to be extravagant but instead focus on what truly matters – family, togetherness, and compassion. Stress-free holidays are not only good for your hearts 😆 but your children’s too – to learn that life is so full of meaning and memories!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year to you and yours! Have a wonderful celebration and be safe always.

– From all of us at Babydash ❤

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