Month: November 2020

  • BAMBI News November 2020
    BAMBI News November 2020

    View PDF   Dear Members, Welcome to our November Issue. I think we can say we have adjusted and settled into the “new norm” in Thailand. As a new volunteer I can say it has been a busy time for BAMBI as we have reopened most of our playgroups and activities with some tweaks to […]

  • Travel During COVID-19: Quarantine with Kids
    Travel During COVID-19: Quarantine with Kids

    Being trapped in quarantine with small kids could be demanding. Our assistant editor Chyi spoke to several parents who went through quarantine and shared their first-hand experiences of this isolation period.   By Chyi Lee, Photos courtesy of Julie (@ourexpatdiaries) and Alice Lyons   In this time of COVID-19, travel is just not the same. […]

  • Take Better Photos of Your Children: Change Your Perspective
    Take Better Photos of Your Children: Change Your Perspective

    Taking great photos may seem impossible when you have an active toddler running around. Ian Taylor shares his quick tips to improve your photos in the first of a series of articles. First up, he explains the ‘light, frame and moment’ approach so you can start to see a difference in your photos!   By […]

  • The Movement Method: Overcoming Learning and Communication Challenges Faced by Children
    The Movement Method: Overcoming Learning and Communication Challenges Faced by Children

    Children learn better when they move and are surrounded by a nurturing environment. Premrudee Pantrat explains what the ‘Movement Method’ is, and how they use it on the farm to help children struggling in social and academic settings.   By Premrudee Pantrat (Gaye)   Parenting these days can be very challenging as social dynamics have […]

  • Everyday Ways To Teach Your Kids Gratitude
    Everyday Ways To Teach Your Kids Gratitude

    Contrary to what we know, gratitude is not inherent to young kids. Galina tells us how we can teach about gratitude and set our kids up for a life of being appreciative.    By Galina Kalinina    “He’s so ungrateful!” About a year ago, my son, who is now four-and-a-half, became a big fan of […]

  • Delicious Family-Friendly Recipes
    Delicious Family-Friendly Recipes

    These two comforting family recipes that are sure to fill everyone’s bellies and keep them coming back for more.   By Andrea Anderson   I’m a working mom of two beautiful girls and a part-time food blogger/baker.  My love for cooking stems from my family; Dad was an Italian chef and Mom was a Peranakan […]