Mummy is Daddy’s first Love

Online magazine The New Age Parents are featuring two Dads for their Valentine Feature.
And Daddy Andy is announcing online that Mummy is his first Love πŸ™‚

Some of the questions πŸ™‚
– Where and when did you meet?
– Who’s the one who wears the pants in the relationship?
– Who is the more romantic one and why (could you share some examples)?
– How has having children changed married life for the both of you?
– How do you keep the flame burning? Any tip to share?
– What’s your secret to a successful and happy marriage?

We are sharing some tips for Date Nights too.

Pop by this link page 41-42 for Daddy Andy’s love confession πŸ™‚

Dearest Mengchoo my Love,
Be My Valentine β™₯

be my valentine

*teaser* Next week, a group of Dads will be sharing their mushy Valentine’s ζ΅ͺζΌ« stories πŸ™‚

Do subscribe to The New Age Parents on their Facebook or website.

Daddy bloggers Singapore

Father’s day is coming, and Business Times did a coverage on “Daddy
bloggers Singapore”.

Titled “The Daddy Connection”, the paper tries to understand the psych behind Daddies blogging. How do we differ from Mummy bloggers. Daddy highlighted that SengkangBabies standout because we got four kids, all seem to enjoy the Fun outdoor, and being cute does helps πŸ™‚

We are proud to be featured together with other Daddy bloggers Singapore, Edmund (EdUnloaded) and Winston (Dear Xander).
Hopefully, more blog coverage will allow us to help promote campaign awareness,
example graciousness and charity.

Celebrate Fatherhood, our guest post at Ai Sakura

Are you curious about how we manage to handle four kids?
How many did we plan for, and how have the kids change our lives?

Is there a Daddy-manual out there? Why is it second nature for most Mum to handle the kids, but Dads fumbled? For this and more insights, do pop by Daddy’s guest post at Ai Sakura.

Ai is a young Mummy who wish to inspire others that having a family does not mean giving up your individual lifestyle, that is our wish too πŸ™‚

She is inviting Daddies to share their experience at her monthly “Celebrate Fatherhood” feature. It does not mean only Daddy bloggers know how to take care of kids, but we play an important role to inspire more Daddies to be involved in family life.

If more Daddies are involved, the family can only grow stronger πŸ™‚