Would you want your kids to follow in your career footsteps?
6th May 2009 | 465 views | 0 comments
God's Work Of Art: My Son Joshua Lee Tang
12th March 2009 | 513 views | 0 comments
If you had a free day all to yourself, what would you do?
27th February 2009 | 589 views | 0 comments
Lovlee Helene Tang
From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Joined 9th August 2008
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My Life To-Do List
Currently on my Life Wish List:
Create a veggie garden in my backyard.
Get my front porch tiled with terracotta tile.
Begin a Masters Program in the fall
Create a Successful business with my creative talents
Goals I am working on:
Applying to Graduate School, Getting more organized in my personal, creative, professional life!
Creating meaningful art.
Building a loving family and a God centered marriage with my husband and son!
Projects I am working on:
A mosaic centerpiece for my online store, and organizing my home!!!
(1) How have you reclaimed your identity/ style/ interests after having your baby/babies?
(2) What has ke
Asked on 27th April 2009 | 3 replies
My Pediatrician gave me a call stating that my sons 1yr lab results revealed that his Iron levels are low... Does anyone have any suggestions on kid friendly foods that are high in Iron?
Thank you in Advance!!!
Asked on 18th February 2009 | 4 replies
Ready or not ready for daycare?
I have a 20 month old girl and we just tried to get her into daycare. We wanted to start her in daycare so she can have contact and start building relationship with other children. We are older parents and we donâ
Answered on 11th August 2008:
Hi, Wow. Okay I am a new mommy of a 7mo. old boy and I understand how you feel with this transition. I agree with the mommy above when she says to trust your gut. My son has been in daycare since he was three months. I had to return back to work once may maternity leave expired. It was hard and I did not want to do the searching... but I did settle on a place that I love and He Loves and I don't feel like I have to worry when I drop him off. Security is key. The Place that he goes to has cameras, pass codes and the like, and before they will release your child to anyone other than you.. the person picking him up has to know the pass code selected by the parent(s) before he/she started the daycare facility. They also have windows in the classrooms that are inside of the building for any one to see in as they walk by the room. I love the Director of the Facility too. I know enough to know that people will put there best foot forward when they want your business... but you get a sense of the true character of a person and vibe of the place while you are there. If Josh, my son, wasn't happy there... I would deff. find another place. Maybe your daughter would be happier at another location. You want to make sure that you feel great about the place too because your daughter may feel your hesitation too. Also drop in unannounced at whatever daycare you choose... that way you can see how things are before they are expecting you to come and get her. Okay one last point b/c I have to get my boy ready for daycare! lol! Maybe you can also consider part-time care just to transition her slowly from being away from mommy and daddy. I live Phila. PA. I am not sure where you live, but if near by... I can give you some ideas. Take Care and good Luck!!! Lovlee www.simplylovlee.etsy.com www.simplylolvee.blogspot.com