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Trina Fang

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Trina is a sometime wordsmith, but forever a crazy dog lady, who of late responds mostly to the name, mama! If you would also like to contribute to Little Day Out, contact us at hello@littledayout.com.

Spring Cleaning, the KonMari Way: Tidying Up Ideas Inspired By Marie...

Japanese organising consultant and author, Marie Kondo’s latest venture Tidying Up with Marie Kondo premiered on Netflix on 1 January 2019, and it has sparked...

Where To Buy Mandarin-Collared Shirts And Cheongsams In Singapore

Growing up, getting a new outfit for Chinese New Year was always a highlight for me, and naturally, I’d like to keep this little...

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s CNY Family Fun 2019: A Weekend Of...

With Chinese New Year 2019 less than a month away, gear up to welcome the Year of the Pig as the Singapore Chinese Cultural...

We Tried Three: Baby Milk Bottle Detergents Available In Singapore

Trina gives three baby milk bottle detergents in Singapore a try and here is what she thought of each of them. Sure, regular dishwashing detergents get oil and grime...

Lazy Garden Café: Toddler-Friendly Restaurant at City Square Mall

The Lazy Garden Café is a toddler-friendly restaurant at City Square Mall that I chanced upon which has a decent children’s play area within. My...

i Light Singapore – Bicentennial Edition: Bridges Of Time Spans 28...

Curated to the theme “Bridges of Time”, i Light Singapore - Bicentennial Edition will be held from 28 January to 24 February 2019, featuring...

Arts Weekend Civic District In December 2018: End The Year On...

The last Arts Weekend Civic District of 2018 will transport you to the Land of Smiles with programmes at the Asian Civilisations Museum and...

Curator Talks: Postage Stamps – Fascinating Windows to the World

“Our brand promise is that stamps are the windows to the world,” shared Mishelle Lim, curator at the Singapore Philatelic Museum. “We’re about telling stories...

Blue House Infant and Toddler Atelier: Open-Ended Play For The Win

Trina shares with us her review of her visit to Blue House Infant and Toddler Atelier.  Montessori, Waldorf, and Reggio Emilia -inspired schools are three highly-regarded...

Light To Night Festival 2019: Close To 50 Programmes Over 6...

Spearheaded by National Gallery Singapore - together with its precinct partners - the Light to Night Festival 2019 returns with a bumper edition across...

We Tried Three: Straw Cups For Baby

Any parent of a baby or toddler knows that there are hundreds of sippy cups available in the shops. It can be pretty overwhelming...

Nick Jr Play App: Learn And Play On-The-Go

Nickelodeon has launched Nick Jr. Play in Singapore. An interactive app designed for preschoolers, Nick Jr. Play allows children to learn and play on-the-go,...

5 Newborn Essentials: Things That Every New Parent Would Appreciate

Trina shares her thoughts on 5 newborn essentials - things which are genuinely useful and new parents will be able to appreciate as they embark...

MindChamps PreSchool At Nordcom II: 5 Things That Families Living In...

With over 30 centres in Singapore, MindChamps PreSchool offers premium early childhood education programmes developed by international experts as well as education specialists who...

We Tried Three: Parent-Accompanied Classes In Singapore

Trina tries out three parent-accompanied classes in Singapore together with her almost-two year old. She shares with us her experience with each class and her...

We Tried Three: Baby Carriers In Singapore

We review three different baby carriers in Singapore and provide our thoughts on each of them and babywearing. In the last two years, one...

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