Sunday, December 31, 2017

Consistent achievement


Jordan's Kids Oral Care Review

What are the most common thing kids say "No" to? As for little yolkie, getting him to brush his teeth is the hardest!!

We tried giving him some tasty toothpaste and he seems to start brushing his teeth, but the trick doesn't last long enough. Before he got bored with the toothpaste, we need to come up with a new trick. Then both of us (Egg and I) were like *ding*, "Why don't we give him a new toothbrush?"

While we were puzzled on which type of toothbrush suits him, Jordan sent us a set of toothbrush for review!

When we received the parcel, little yolkie took out his favourite blue coloured rocket cartooned tooth brush!
It was a Jordan Step 2 toothbrush specially design for kid's milk teeth. This range of tooth brush comes in different colours and design. Look at his happy face with both cute designs :D

Without hesitation, we asked him if he wanted to try out the tooth brush and he quickly nodded. 

First look of the tooth brush, it has a small but wide head and a dual handle for both parents and kids, which makes brushing easier.
Noticed the blue colour bristle in the middle of the brush? It was designed that way so that parent knows how much toothpaste is needed for the brushing session. Brilliant isn't it?
The Jordan step 2 tooth brush comes with soft bristle suitable for young kids especially clumsy kid like little yolkie. He always brushes his teeth so hard that his gum starts to bleed. These soft bristle suits him perfectly!
Now with his new toothbrush, asking him to brush his teeth no longer a pain in the s! 

Monday, December 11, 2017

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Problem with bringing kids to the cinema


Reminder for parents with young kids:  Always to do preparations before bringing your kids to the cinema. Here's some tips (from my experience)


  1. Always make sure they go to toilet before movie starts.
  2. Hide tidbits in kid's bag to keep their mouth busy. (The staff won't check kid's bag anyway)  
  3. Always choose seats near to the entrance and least surrounded so that it's easier if they want to go to toilet. This also reduce the risk of them disturbing others since you can easily *throw them out of the hall when they start flirting with girls making noises.
  4. Always check the rating of the movies. The staff are very strict about kids going for movies with PG18. You can always find out the details of the latest movies here---> Showtimes2u

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