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I have been packing food for my P1 boy since he started school a week ago.
With the lunchbox in one hand & the water bottle in the other, HE looked clumsy trying to handle his stuff while walking up the stairs.
We thought he will be able to use this mini sling bag for recess.
And not forgetting the younger brother, a mini sling bag for his excursions!
Another perfect way to train them to be responsible for their own things.
A mummy’s way of cultivating good organization habits in the child.
I have always been wanting to create a school subject pouch for my children when they enter primary school.
A pouch that will enable my child to easily retrieve the textbooks in class.
A pouch that will allow me to easily retrieve when we do learning at home.
With outdoor learning within the school compound, it definitely makes it easier for my child to carry the books & stationery around in the pouch too.
My boy has been using the subject pouch since Monday & he loves it! Apparently, his teachers love the idea too.
Hope that you will like the idea too!
Hello 2014! Hello to a brand new year! Hello to a brand new routine! & Hello to a brand new AGE for me today!!!
We will “officially” resume sewing tomorrow after all the new adjustments this year.
3 cheers to the children – hope that you have lots of FUN in school especially for JK (P6) & Ayden (P1)!
A private project for my little P1 boy with these subject bags I made for him last night
ENJOY LEARNING CHILDREN!!!
These are some key pouches we have designed for one of our customers this Christmas!
A personalized gift always touches the heart!
We hope you like the pouches we make for you this festive seasons
献给两个很懂事，很用功，也很有上进心的 Raven Mae 和 Rvy Joy。
Hi Raven Mae & Rvy Joy,
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU!
Although mummy cannot be home with you this Christmas, she will be back next March to attend your graduation ceremony.
Hope that you will like these Mini Sling Bags we have made for you!
With lots of love from Singapore,
Love the choice of the fabric and the bright yellow waterproof linen inside.
Great choice Sarah – It’s really bright & cheerful!
Earlier this year when we were without a helper, there was a day when daddy had to handle the kids alone – either out to class or out for dinner – while mummy was at home.
I recalled the boys coming home happily, each with a small haversack (something I would never expect HIM to buy). Together with it, the daddy bought some small packs of wet tissues, mosquito repellent wipes.
“From now onwards whenever we go out, you will have to pack your own “GAI GAI” bag. We are not going to carry anything for you. If you want to bring toys, drop it in and carry them on your own ……..”
I am impressed by the daddy! It was a win-win for us – the parents for letting go & the children for picking up the responsibility.
The children are never too young to be taking up responsibility.
*A drawstring backpack which Serene sewed for her daughter during their recent holiday trip*
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