Month: February 2019

  • Top Five Farm Attractions Near Bangkok
    Top Five Farm Attractions Near Bangkok

    Photo courtesy of the author Living in the urban jungle that is Bangkok, it’s a treat to take our kids out of town to experience life closer to nature. Here are the top five farm attractions recommended by a local mom who’s seen  them all. By Plum Attawiparkpaisan Farm de Lek – Nakorn Nai Yok […]

  • RECIPE: Healthy After-school Snacks, Pronto!
    RECIPE: Healthy After-school Snacks, Pronto!

    Foodie Frédérique Lock, shares her family’s favorite healthy snacks that are guaranteed to be a hit with any child! By Frédérique Lock When the kids come back from school at 3pm they are tired and hungry. Too early for dinner but too late to risk them filling up on some unhealthy snacks and then skip […]

  • Bumps and Babies: Intimacy after Pregnancy
    Bumps and Babies: Intimacy after Pregnancy

    Midwife Emma McNerlin explores the sensitive and complex issue of returning to sexual intimacy following the birth of a baby. By Emma McNerlin One could be forgiven for thinking that if these two pages in the BAMBI magazine were completely blank it might more accurately reflect many couple’s experience of sex after having a baby…non-existent. After […]

  • BAMBI and Giving Tree Bring Holiday Joy
    BAMBI and Giving Tree Bring Holiday Joy

    Sixty-five BAMBI families donated 87 bags to Karen children for the holiday gift appeal with the Giving Tree. By Chiaki Takegawa Chan A huge thank you to everyone who participated in our Christmas charity appeal in partnership with Giving Tree, an organization that arranges gift bags for children of Karen villages in the mountains of […]

  • BAMBI News February 2019
    BAMBI News February 2019

    View PDF Welcome to February, the month of LOVE! As you may know, Valentine’s Day in Japan is the day when women give chocolates as gifts to men whom they like. This time of the year, all the department stores, supermarkets, and food stores are totally decorated in pink and red with displays of many […]

  • Communicating through Key Word Sign (KWS)
    Communicating through Key Word Sign (KWS)

    For adults and especially children who find it difficult or are reluctant to freely communicate in gatherings and generally, Key Word Sign (KWS) provides an effective way of expressing oneself while taking the pressure off from actually having to ‘talk’. By Hayley Thomas Everyday tasks such as asking questions, expressing our needs, and learning at […]