Wednesday, November 13, 2019


GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Sdn. Bhd. (GSK Malaysia) on 12 November 2019 launched 

its Vaccinate for Life campaign in Malaysia to raise awareness and educate the public on

the importance of vaccinations and vaccine preventable diseases. Backed by a long 

standing legacy in Malaysia for the past 60 years, GSK a science-led global company with a 

purpose, through this campaign, aims to highlight the importance of vaccination throughout 


(L to R) Dr. Ashwini Saha (Vaccine Medical Director, GSK Malaysia), Dr. Yong Junina Fadzil (Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Cardiologist), Dato’ Dr. Musa Mohd Nordin (Consultant Paediatrician and Neonatologist), Mr. David Lin (Communications & Government Affairs Director, GSK Malaysia) discuss the importance of vaccination for life.

Launched in conjunction with World Pneumonia Day underlining pneumonia as one the most common vaccine preventable diseases, the campaign demonstrates how vaccines in action can help protect the lives of children aged five and below. 

I am mom of two children, both having different time of schooling and tuition. I am glad I took time off to attend and witness this meaningful event.
The Media Launch of the ‘Vaccinate for Life’ campaign.

(L to R) Dr. Ashwini Saha, Dato’ Dr. Musa Mohd Nordin, Dr. Yong Junina Fadzil, Dr. Lien Pham (General Manager, GSK Malaysia) Mr. David Lin.

Pneumonia is today one of the leading causes of deaths in children, accounting for 18% of all deaths of children under five worldwide. Children under five years old are particularly susceptible to the disease especially those with compromised immune systems which may be weakened by malnutrition or undernourishment, especially in infants who are not exclusively breast-fed in spite of it being preventable and treatable in many cases3.

In Malaysia, pneumonia is listed as one of the top five causes of death according to the Department of Statistics Malaysia.,6 Pneumonia was the principal cause of death for the population aged 0 to 14 years in 2018 at 4.8 per cent.

Pneumonia, a lung infection, can be caused by different bacteria, viruses and even fungi. Pneumococcal disease, in either invasive or non-invasive forms, is an infection caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria (pneumococcus).1, Pneumococcus can cause various types of infections, some of which can be life-threatening.1 One of the most common causes of severe pneumonia is pneumococcus bacteria.2 Besides pneumonia, pneumococcus bacteria can also cause ear and sinus infections (non-invasive).1

‘Invasive’ pneumococcal bacteria can invade the bloodstream causing bloodstream infection (bacteremia) and meningitis (infection of the tissues and fluids covering the brain and spinal cord).1,2

Pneumonia is today one of the leading causes of deaths in children, accounting for 18% of all deaths of children under five worldwide. Children under five years old are particularly susceptible to the disease especially those with compromised immune systems which may be weakened by malnutrition or undernourishment, especially in infants who are not exclusively breast-fed in spite of it being preventable and treatable in many cases3.

In Malaysia, pneumonia is listed as one of the top five causes of death according to the Department of Statistics Malaysia.,6 Pneumonia was the principal cause of death for the population aged 0 to 14 years in 2018 at 4.8 per cent.

The incidence of invasive pneumococcal disease (IPD) according to a 4-year study (2014 – 2017) was estimated at 3.8 per 100 000 cases each year in Malaysia in children aged five years and below.

While pneumococcal disease is a very serious illness, invasive pneumococcal disease (IPD) is deadly as it is an invasive bacteria infection in children. Children under two years of age fall into the highest general risk group for IPD.

There are vaccines to prevent pneumococcal disease in children and adults.2 The introduction of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines (PCV) in many countries worldwide has helped to reduce infant deaths from pneumonia. Globally, while an estimated 71.3 million infants have received PCV, at the end of 2018, there were 55 million infants who still had no access to PCV.

“Next to clean drinking water, vaccination is the most powerful public health policy in preventing infectious diseases. We at GSK, believe that every child deserves access to vaccination. Through vaccination it has been demonstrated that diseases such as small pox can be eradicated. With improving healthcare policies and access we will continue to see the elimination of mortality and morbidity due to infectious diseases,” said Dr. Ashwini Saha, Vaccine Medical Director, GSK Malaysia.
Dr. Ashwini Saha (Vaccine Medical Director, GSK Malaysia) presenting at the media launch of the ‘Vaccinate for Life’ campaign.

GSK’s Vaccinate for Life campaign, launched in conjunction with World Pneumonia Day on 12 November, was attended by Dato’ Dr. Musa Mohd Nordin, Consultant Paediatrician and Neonatologist, Dr. Yong Junina Fadzil, Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Cardiologist, Dr. Lien Pham, General Manager, GSK Malaysia and Mr. David Lin, Communications & Government Affairs Director, GSK Malaysia.

With a 60 year footprint in healthcare in Malaysia, GSK remains committed to their patient focus values reiterated by Vaccinate for Life with a two-fold objective :
  • To provide information on vaccine preventable diseases to the public to support them to make informed decisions on their healthcare.
  • To highlight the importance of vaccinating throughout one’s life.

We truly support the Ministry of Health’s call for children to be vaccinated against pneumococcal disease. We certainly welcome the much-awaited news on the inclusion of the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) into the National Immunisation Programme (NIP),” said Mr. David Lin.
Mr. David Lin explains the Vaccinate for Life Campaign and its objective.

“GSK’s Vaccinate for Life campaign extends beyond just a call for vaccination against pneumonia and IPD. Vaccination doesn’t stop at childhood as it helps give children a healthy start in life. It is not something you outgrow as vaccination is needed throughout one’s life to protect against preventable diseases and to prevent diseases from spreading in the community, ” explained Mr. David Lin.

As one of the leading manufacturers of vaccines, GSK has 41 vaccines globally to help protect people at every stage of life, from childhood right through to adolescence, pregnancy and beyond for example vaccines that protect against pneumococcal and HPV. In Malaysia, GSK’s wide range of vaccines encompasses 12 vaccines indicated for children, eight for adolescents and another eight for adults and the healthy ageing population.
Dato’ Dr. Musa Mohd Nordin speaking during the panel discussion

Emphasising the importance of vaccination, Dato’ Dr. Musa shared, “As we age, our immune system does too. This makes us vulnerable to life-threatening diseases. By strengthening our immune system with vaccination through scheduled administration of vaccines, we can certainly protect ourselves and those closest to us and eventually help save lives. The vaccinations we receive as children can certainly protect us from life-threatening or debilitating diseases and lays the foundation for a stronger immunity later in life.”
Dr. Yong Junina Fadzil speaking during the panel discussion.

Dr. Yong Junina Fadzil added, “There is a huge misconception about vaccinations and its implications on a child’s health. On-going education, collaborations with healthcare professionals as well as affirmative action by policymakers can change people’s mindsets. The Government’s move to include the pneumococcal vaccine into the NIP is indeed laudable and it exemplifies the importance of getting children vaccinated against this infectious disease. Just like regular exercise and a healthy diet, diligently keeping to a scheduled vaccination programme is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Ensuring the health of our children will ensure the health of our nation.”

Lets spread the awareness of this campaign. Sharing is caring, as not everyone aware of this though its already on the news.

Consult your healthcare professional on vaccination against pneumonia and pneumococal disease today.

About GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Sdn. Bhd.

GSK – a science-led global healthcare company with a special purpose: to help people do more, feel better, live longer through vaccines, medicines and consumer healthcare products that is founded in research and development. Backed by its 300-year legacy of helping transform the health, lives and future of millions of people around the world, today, GSK operates in more than 150 countries including major research and development centres in the United Kingdom, the United States, Spain, Belgium and China. Their presence in Malaysia spans over 60 years. For further information, visit

Sunday, November 10, 2019

SuperDayCamp Provides Children With an Early Head-start Through The Power of Play

Everyone has got busy lifestyle, what better way to spend our weekend? With daily busy lifestyle we know that not just parents kids too need a break. We visited the SuperPark Malaysia, the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park originating from Finland, yesterday introduced SuperDayCamp, a unique school holiday programme packed with exciting guided sporting activities. This camp promises one to three days of fun and happiness in a safe indoor environment to foster fitness, social-cognitive abilities and teamwork during the year end school holidays in November and December.

Designed and approved by the Finland Education Board, largely regarded as one of the best education systems in the world, SuperDayCamp provides a gadget-free alternative for all children between the ages of four to ten years old. With a small 1:7 coach-to-child ratio, campers will be guided through a series of engaging play activities within the park to develop physical, mental and emotional wellbeing while making new friends in a supervised and fun environment. SuperPark coaches aim to inspire participants with the power of sports while giving them a boost in confidence, motivation and leadership to grow and be successful in school and in life.

“Extending our core concept of the ‘power of play’, SuperDayCamp strengthens relationship, builds trust and supports self-confidence, giving children an early head-start in developing a strong foundation of important life skills. Certified by the Finnish Education Board, this day camp offers a multi-layered learning experience where participants can break a sweat while having fun in a social setting. It is conducted in an environment free from outside elements such as rain and heat, offering parents peace of mind on the whereabouts of their children this school holiday,” said Andes S.H Wong, Senior Marketing Manager, SuperPark Malaysia.

It was reported recently that more than half of Malaysian adolescents choose a sedentary lifestyle, preferring to sit for hours without any physical activities. They are also increasingly reliant on gadgets as some have been using digital devices as young as two to three years old.

Speaking at the launch event, Charlene Marie Samuel, Director of Autism Behavioral Center and a trained Applied Behavior Analysis therapist said, “Active play time is crucial for a child’s overall development especially during their formative years. It allows them to learn important skills like problem-solving, working in teams, pushing boundaries, and adapting to new environments – all of which will be extremely useful as they grow older.”

 My son having a good time at the Super Day Camp, as you can see the above photo the children are guided through a series of engaging play activities within the park. My son was shy and he gets along after he started engaging in the activities, he also build confidence in paddle the bicycle on his own later on.

My son didn't know how to paddle on two wheels bicycle, this is good practice for him. On the spot, he gets to learn on how to control his balance and moving left to right to avoid hitting the cones. He has the confidence to paddle on himself after the practice of paddle he learned the skill from there.

My son is so happy as after the day camp, he continue the fun activities in the park. He was given a choice of choosing big or small paddle bicycle. He chosen the big paddle bicycle to paddle. You can check out the short video I have added in the post. It's fun indoor park where I don't have to worry about my son when there's rain or heat outside.

It's good activities for children as it's also time to removing their gadgets so that they can have a series of engaging play activities within the park to develop physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Thinking of what activities for children this coming November - December, check out the Super Day Camp.

Spend your school holidays at SuperDayCamp!
Children can attend either a one-day camp or a three-day camp throughout Monday – Wednesdays from 25 November 2019 to 18 December 2019. This tailored camp programme will start 9:00 am till 3:30 pm during the days of the camp.

Ticket prices for SuperDayCamp Early Bird Discount (before 15 November) Ticket prices
1-Day Camp RM179.10 RM199
3-Day Camp RM449.10 RM499

SuperDayCamp tickets purchased before 15 November will include a 10% early bird discount. The ticket prices in RED are the prices of tickets purchase before 15 November.

All SuperDayCamp participants will receive:
· Certificate of Completion (endorsed by Education Finland)
· Lunch (vegetarian option available)
· Welcome Pack (SuperPark Branded Merchandises)
· Limited Edition Camp T-shirt
· Full-Day Access to SuperPark Malaysia after the camp session
*Any child below 8 years old must ALWAYS be accompanied and supervised by a responsible guardian (aged 18 or above) with paid and valid admission

Don't just read here, get start your plan with your children now. It's fun bonding time with family too at the fun indoor park. For more details on SuperPark Malaysia’s SuperDayCamp, please visit SuperPark Malaysia website
You can also get up-to-date with the with SuperPark Malaysia’s latest news, promotions announcements by following it on Facebook (SuperParkMY) and Instagram (@superparkmy).

About SuperPark Malaysia
SuperPark is the friendliest all-in-one indoor activity park on earth, delivering a unique experience of joyful play that excites and unites people all over the world, no matter their age or fitness level. Hailing from Finland, since its inception in 2012, SuperPark owns, licenses and operates 18 activity parks globally, with Malaysia as its third location in Asia. SuperPark Malaysia launched in 6 December 2018 and is located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur at a 40,000 square foot site in Avenue K Shopping Mall.

The activity park features 3 main areas – Adventure Area, Game Arena and Freestyle Hall - with over 25 fun and exciting activities suitable for all ages and fitness levels under one roof.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Ghouls, goblins and of course candies are what Halloween is all about

Last month October, did you bring your children for any Halloween activities? My son had a good spooky fun Halloween activities in the month of October. Today, I am sharing with you a video which my son enjoyed himself during the Trick or Treat at the Curve. It's first time he went this mall for Halloween trick or treat.

Ghouls, goblins and of course candies are what Halloween is all about. In celebration of the spookiest time of the year, the Curve and eCurve entertained patrons with a thrilling yet fun experience at both malls during Halloween.

Both malls were decked out in cute Halloween decorations complete with grinning jack-o-lanterns and skeletons sprawled against gnarled trees which greeted visitors as they entered the premises. Adding on to the mysterious ambiance were creepy crawlies and bats dangling on the tree branches, which made for a fang-tastic time for all!

As an added treat for kids, the Curve and eCurve also hosted a trick-or-treating session, where a group of 70 children dressed up in their wackiest and most creative costumes to go around selected tenants to receive candies, gifts and various other goodies.

My son says he likes the Halloween trick or treat and its his hard work going through it so he deserves all the candies he gets. Sharing is caring he did shared it with his brother and me. It was nice to accompany him on this Halloween trick or treat, it's good having a weekend spend with him. His brother and dad too were in the same mall, they waited for us til it over.

 Gina Long Ahmad, Acting Centre Manager, the Curve said, “Halloween has gained more popularity with Malaysians over the years, which is why we decided to bring back the Halloween trick-or-treating activity for the third time this year! As a family-oriented mall, it is of our utmost importance to organise family friendly activities, where kids and their parents can join in on the fun too. We hope our little participants had a blast going around the mall and making some new friends along the way as well.”

Its important to balance our lifestyle, if you like to know more bout the year end activities please visit or their  Facebook:

Tuesday, November 5, 2019


Busy Tuesday didn't stop me from doing things I love. Having dry skin can be irritating and itching. Sharing is caring, I found the product that suitable for family to use. Everyone has got their busy lifestyle, skin care is important as not all products are suitable for our children. Have you heard of REMDII? REMDII is a researched product developed by a professor in university and it was launched in year 2017.

Here are the four products of REMDII Sensitive:

REMDII Sensitive (Green) is a light, not oily intensive moisturising cream, and contains a full spectrum of tocotrienols and tocopherol. The patented delivery system works at repairing and moisturising the skin from within, while soothes the underneath skin safely, naturally, and effectively. It didn't irritate my son's skin. I tried it too and it's I didn't feel any stickiness on skin.I like the tube size as it's easy for travel use. There's a seal on this product so remember to remove it before using it.
 REMDII Ultra Sensitive (Yellow) is an ultra sensitive moisturising cream with a Skin Mimic Technology ceramide complex on top of a full spectrum of tocotrienols and tocopherol delivered deep into the skin. I like the range of products as its easy for travel use too.

 You can see the difference of before and after application. Above photo is after using it and it didn't dry up my son's skin.

The tube size is easy to use and bring for travel too. Above photo is the yellow cream of REMDII Ultra Sensitive Intensive Barrier Repair Cream. 

REMDII Calming Body Wash (Blue) is a fragrance and SLS free body wash for dry and sensitive skin that contains 60x more potent vitamin E that nourishes your skin from within. This is nice as my son finds it suitable for his skin to use. Its important to find product that clean our skin without causing irritation.
 REMDII Gentle Hair Shampoo (Orange) is a hair shampoo for all hair types, containing 60x more potent vitamin E for deeper penetration. It is also fragrance and SLS free, perfect for sensitive scalps. My son and I tried this too and it didn't irritate our scalp. Sometime my scalp would itch if the shampoo is not suitable for me. Happy to say that this product suitable for me to use too.

The key features of the products REMDII, that good to share this info with everyone :
1) Contains Natural Vitamin E
2) Suitable for all, including sensitive skin and baby's skin
3) No paraben, no steroid, no colorant, no fragrance
4) Used by doctors
5) Available in more than 200 clinics and pharmacies
6) >10,000 successful cases
7)Clinical and researched proven

 For more info can visit
- Facebook : REMDII Health and Skincare
- Instagram: remdiisensitive official

Sharing is caring, we need to find suitable skin care products not just for ourselves but for our children too. This range of products is suitable for the whole family to use.

Thursday, October 24, 2019


Everyone has got busy lifestyle, especially parents. How do you take sometimes off for me time? Sharing is caring, I haven't been to Japan but I like seeing their items of Japan. For now I have several preloved items of Japan. I am going to tell you that whats new in town of Subang Jaya.  Tomorrow is the opening of J-HUNT, it is located at 2nd Floor of AEON BIG Subang Jaya.

J-HUNT, THE MOTTAINAI STORE. Their philosophy EMBRACING THE CARE of Planet Earth by not throwing away items carelessly.J-HUNT showcases the VALUE of pre-loved items for retail.

What is MONTTAINAI? It is a Japanese form which means "to have respect for the resources, not to waste them, and to use them with a sense of gratitude". This word is closely related to the preservation of ecology and the concept of 3R's
I am sure everyone would know the meaning of 3R's, that's Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and adding 1 more, Respect. 

One man's thrash is another man's treasure

Items are cleaned and restored

Items are not discarded but value-added

A new shopping experience at J-HUNT, you can have a happy treasure hunting ground for pre-loved items, many brand new items, premium items, and collector's items.

It's indeed a shopper's paradise promising wide assortment in 10 categories:
Musical instruments

It's the vintage lane, bringing Japan to Malaysia. Vintage Lane showcases the history, culture and traditional art forms of the Japanese. Much of the traditional art forms seen in VINTAGE LANE originate from the Tokugawa Shogunate during the Edo period (1600-1868).

 Spot the Samurai helmets, the Fortune cats, the traditional crafted chests, the decorated porcelain, and the native wooden dolls, the crafted cast iron tea pots and many traditional items that are still seen in Japanese homes today.

If you are looking to shop for rare premium items from Japan, head to J-HUNT. All items on sale has been screened, and pig-skin products are banned.

 My son so happy with this red jacket, it's even his first time having a jacket in red color.
 Look what I found, each of the dresses I tried out cost RM20 each.
Do you want to guess which that I have purchased?
What better way to spend our day?
That's shopping therapy for mommies, yeah Syafiera found many nice bags and the one she's holding cost just RM10. While the one sling bag that I am holding is RM15.

If didn't have any plan for this long holidays, you can make your way to J-HUNT.

Shopping for preloved Japan products and if you like to get mystery gift on 25 October 2019 that's this Friday, do what at J-Hunt at 010-2026372 'I LOVE JHUNT". Be the 1st 100 now to whatapp immediately.

I am sure you like to see more, click on the video to view it. I spotted so many ladies shoes and kids shoes too. I am sure parents would love to bring their children to check out the shoes and maybe the toys area too.

Each item is unique and different from another, so if you spotted it do keep in your shopping basket. No worry as their shelves are re-stock on a daily basis.

Now the best part has come for the contest lover. I am sure you want to know how to win RM3000 cash from J-HUNT. For more information you can visit

You need to video your shopping moment in J-HUNT and upload it in your Instagram/Facebook caption I LOVE JHUNT BECAUSE... 
Don't forget to tag ten of your friends and hash tag

Look at this photo, where I stand is the permanent photo-wall which has been created for shoppers to record their shopping experience at J-HUNT!

J-HUNT, a retailer with a heart has following the footsteps of Mottainai Volunteer Project. J-HUNT support the disadvantaged and give back to society. As part of their CSR program, the company recruits from the Orang Asli community and train them for meaningful work. Recruiting from other disadvantaged groups like the deaf and mute are next in line.

Don't just read here, now you can plan your date and visit the J-HUNT for yourself or with loved ones. 

Wednesday, October 23, 2019


 Good day to dear readers and visitors of my blog. Everyone has got a busy lifestyle, especially parents. Juggling from work and chores at home, there's more when it comes to newborn baby. Becoming a parent can be the greatest yet most challenging experience with both joyful as well as stressful moments. No parent can ever be fully prepared for the role. Each day offers a new learning curve and for young parents, access to a knowledge and support network is priceless to help them manage the huge responsibility that comes with having a newborn.

Tollyjoy Baby Day 2019 launches Partners in Parenting with YB Hannah Yeoh (standing L to R)Ben Ashaari (Blogger Dad), Charles Wong (Executive Director, Tetap Tiara), Pn Suzliana Abd Hamid (Deputy Director, Selangor Public Library Corporation, PPAS), Hannah Yeoh (Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development), Mark Tan (Director, Tollyjoy Corporation), Pn Nor Aishah Osman (Trustee of OrphanCARE Foundation), Ms Khor Geok Kee (Director, Tolloyjoy Corporation)& Alan Oh (Confinement Dad)

Understanding this psyche and the need to journey with parents as they bring up their babies, Tollyjoy Corporation has collaborated with PPAS (Perbadanan Perpustakaan Awam Selangor) Jaya One and OrphanCare Foundation (OrphanCare) to launch Partners in Parenting,an educational platform that will bring together parents and subject matter experts to share insights, experiences and knowledge while forging a ‘parent support network’; all with a view to help young parents navigate the journey of raising up and establishing strong bonds with their babies.

Present to officiate Partners in Parenting was guest of honour Yang Berhormat Puan Hannah Yeoh, Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development. The launch was witnessed by Puan Suzliana Abd Hamid,Deputy Director of PPAS, Puan Nor Aishah Osman, Trustee of Orphan Care and Mr Mark Tan and Ms Khor Geok Kee, Directors of Tollyjoy Corporation.

YB Hannah Yeoh speaks at the launch of Partners in Parenting in conjunction with Tollyjoy Baby Day 2019
OrphanCare is pleased that Tollyjoy Baby Day continues to evolve and grow its educational role to offer nuggets of wisdom to parents. This is crucial to allow for a nurturing and positive environment for babies as they grow up. We are indeed pleased to be part of this positive and far-reaching initiative,” said Puan Yuzila Yusof, Chief Operating Officer of OrphanCare who was also present at the event. 

Puan Suzliana added,“PPAS welcomes this partnership with Tolljoy as it will enhance our role as a hub of learning and community building.Presently, PPAS Jaya One is our only library located in a mall in Selangor.Set up a year ago, PPAS Jaya One has the fastest book borrowing rate among our libraries in Selangor.It is frequented by working adults, students, freelancers, retirees, teachers, children and parents with babies. Thus, we are happy to host the ‘Partners in Parenting’ monthly workshops for knowledge sharing for our community of parents with babies. This is a positive start to the parenting journey.”
(standing L to R) Ben Ashaari (Blogger Dad), Pn Nor Aishah Osman (Trustee of OrphanCARE Foundation), Hannah Yeoh (Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development), Mark Tan (Director, Tollyjoy Corporation), Pn Suzliana Abd Hamid (Deputy Director, Selangor Public Library Corporation, PPAS), Ms Khor Geok Kee (Director, Tolloyjoy Corporation)Bottom left Alan Oh (Confinement Dad), Bottom Right -Charles Wong (Executive Director, Tetap Tiara)
 Partners in Parenting’ kicked off with a focus on Inspiring Stories from Hands-on Dads.Indeed, raising a child is not solely the mum’s responsibility.Fathers play a crucial role in shaping a child’s cognitive,emotional and social development. They can assume a supportive role to their wives after childbirth and adopt a hands-on approach in caring for their infants. These are pivotal building blocks to nurture strong families which will,inturn,contribute to strong communities.
Unveiling of Partners in Parenting on Tollyjoy Baby Day 2019 by YB Hannah Yeoh, alongside Mr Mark Tan (Director, Tollyjoy Corporation)

This session featured prominent social influencer and full-time father,Ben Ashaari and confinement’ dad,Alan Oh who ensured that the right care and confinement practices were adhered to.

In sharing his experience as a full-time digital in fluencer dad, Ben said that he chose to opt out from the work force to be a full-time father as he was concerned about placing his three children under child-care support. His decision made a significant difference for his wife as she was able to return to full-time work. “I am a walking testament that it is possible to assume a full-time father’s role to lend a positive effect on the well-being of our children’s future. As a father, it is important to be a great support to your child and your spouse as well. I strongly believe that a nurturing, loving father provides a vital foundation to a strong family,added Ben. 

Meanwhile,Alan Oh assumed a unique role quite unlike that of any other father. He focused on being a confinement dad. He learnt about confinement practices and helped nurture his wife back to optimal health, there by allowing her to focus on caring for their newborn baby.

“The arrival of a newborn is a period where parenting is at its toughest, especially for young parents.However, it is also the most rewarding time if the mother and baby are given their space to flourish. It is an excellent time to create wonderful memories with the mother and this can be a powerful force of bonding between the parents and the newborn baby,enthused Oh. 

I am glad that I am there for the launched, its good to know their sharing on parenting experienced as fathers by Ben and Alan. Raising a child takes both mom and father commitment and tolerance to support each other for the well being in the family.

In the course of the year, Partners in Parentingwill feature a wide range of topics covering pre-pregnancy, post-pregnancy, babies and toddlers health and juggling motherhood beyond pregnancy. 

I am sure you like to know where the topics going to be held. The sessions will be held at PPAS, Jaya One. For more information on Partners in Parentingsessions, stay connected with them. ‘Like’ the Facebook page and ‘follow’ their Instagram page

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