Mummy Ang Joanne: Newbies Reporting

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Mummy Ang Joanne: Newbies Reporting

Postby rascal@work » Tue May 19, 2009 3:29 pm

Hi everyone,

I went upon this forum when searching info on primary 1 education and p1 registration.

I have 2 kids. Elder daughter is in p1 this year and the young boy is 7mths old!

Very informative website apart from Motherhood Forum.

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Postby RRMummy » Tue May 19, 2009 3:41 pm

Hi Ang Joanne,

:welcome: to KSP.

I have 2 kids too - 2 gals, K1 and N1.. I agree this website is a gem and so well-organized.. u can find loads of important info ranging from parenting tips to P1 registration, preparation etc etc..

Enjoy!!

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Re: Newbies Reporting

Postby rascal@work » Tue May 19, 2009 4:06 pm

Thanks for your welcome message!

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Re: Newbies Reporting

Postby jedamum » Tue May 19, 2009 4:22 pm

Ang Joanne wrote:Very informative website apart from Motherhood Forum.

Hi Ang Joanne,

Ya..besides being organised and informative, i suppose KSP has more dads than Motherhood Forum to give an alternative view :wink:

Welcome to KSP :wink:

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Re: Newbies Reporting

Postby ChiefKiasu » Tue May 19, 2009 10:54 pm

Ang Joanne wrote:Hi everyone,

I went upon this forum when searching info on primary 1 education and p1 registration.

I have 2 kids. Elder daughter is in p1 this year and the young boy is 7mths old!

Very informative website apart from Motherhood Forum.


Welcome Ang Joanne! Yes, as jedamum noted, we have a slightly better representation of the OTHER sex here at KiasuParents.com.

Once we have our children, we face great changes in our own lives in 6 year cycles: 0-6, 7-12, 13-18, and 19-24, each cycle bringing a whole new set of challenges to test our parenting competencies. And it seems each cycle is harder than the previous.

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