Year: 2018

  • Adoption in Thailand: Our Journey
    Adoption in Thailand: Our Journey

    Becoming a family through adoption is a long process, but absolutely worth it. Mom of two, Tricia Flagler, looks back on their long journey through adoption, to become the family that they are today. By Tricia Flagler There are many things you get used to as a foreign family living in Bangkok. We moved here […]

  • BAMBI News November 2018
    BAMBI News November 2018

    View PDF   Hi all, Welcome to the November edition of BAMBI News. The theme of this month’s magazine is Thanksgiving. Whether that involves lots of turkey, yams and pumpkin pie (always a winner in my house!) or just a moment to take stock of all that has been achieved and experienced in the past […]

  • READER’S CORNER: October 2018
    READER’S CORNER: October 2018

    Need some book recommendations for your child and for parents? Here are some titles picked by Kinokuniya for BAMBI families. (Japanese books follow the English titles. 日本語の本もお見逃しなく☆) For Kids Follow Me Halloween Author: Roger Priddy ISBN: 9781783417148 Follow Me Halloween is a fantastically busy Halloween finger-trail book for young children. Kids will love to follow […]

  • Mental Wellness and Feeding
    Mental Wellness and Feeding

    There are many difficulties and competing things to balance in motherhood. One mom shares her challenges and insights from her breastfeeding journey. By Jana Carlson   As I write this, World Breastfeeding Week is drawing to a close, and I am currently sitting in an empty classroom at work, pumping breastmilk for my 7- month […]

  • Mindful Gratitude … the Best Medicine
    Mindful Gratitude … the Best Medicine

    Gratitude can lead us to greater abundance and wellbeing. Masooma shares how to make this practice a habit. By Masooma Kachelo   We were all told by our parents to be grateful. Yet it wasn’t until four years ago, when I began my mindfulness practice, that I truly understood gratitude and the magical impact it […]

  • Your Child’s Wounds May Not Be Visible
    Your Child’s Wounds May Not Be Visible

    Four weeks subsequent to any traumatic event if a child continues to feel the effect of the event then it may lead to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Here is the list of emotional and medical treatments that could be given to the child. By Varisa Kanchanachayphoom, M.D.   While ups and downs, twists and turns, […]