Year: 2020

  • Rage Against the Postpartum Machine – Let’s Talk About Postnatal Rage
    Rage Against the Postpartum Machine – Let’s Talk About Postnatal Rage
    This month Midwife Emma McNerlin explores the often-overlooked phenomenon of “Postpartum Rage” and reminds us that help is available so we are not alone in this journey.   By Emma McNerlin (midwife) The adjustment to motherhood and life with a new baby can be tough both physically and emotionally. When listing symptoms of postnatal depression […]
  • 4 Family-Friendly Day Trips Near Bangkok
    4 Family-Friendly Day Trips Near Bangkok
    Plum, a local mom, shares her top picks of great outdoor places where kids can enjoy nature at its best. By Plum Attawiparkpaisan   1. Khlong Khon Boat ride and Mangrove Forest Planting – Samut Songkram Less than 2 hours (72 km) from Bangkok sits one of the largest mangrove forests in Thailand. You can […]
  • READER’S CORNER: FEBRUARY 2020
    READER’S CORNER: FEBRUARY 2020
    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 Adventures with Peppa (Peppa Pig) Author: Golden Books  ISBN: 9780593122754 With over 200 pages and over 50 stickers, this is the ultimate Peppa Pig coloring book! […]
  • Living a Fuller Life Through Self-Improvement and Self-Love
    Living a Fuller Life Through Self-Improvement and Self-Love
    We each have the power to improve our lives so Adi Nevo empowers readers to take action and be your own superhero (or heroine) with her advice. By Adi Nevo Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of people say that it is stressful looking ahead at the new decade! In the dynamic world which we […]
  • Helping Your Child Prepare to Be a Big Brother/Sister 
    Helping Your Child Prepare to Be a Big Brother/Sister 
    Having another child can be both exciting and quite stressful at the same time. Here are some tips for preparing the family, especially the elder sibling, for the arrival of baby brother/sister. By Abhasiri Chutikul     Many parents that I’ve worked with shared that their firstborn is sometimes not too thrilled about their new baby […]
  • How to Stay Connected with Long-Distance Family
    How to Stay Connected with Long-Distance Family
    A downside of living far from your loved ones is that it can be hard to maintain a strong bond. However, with a little effort and these ideas from Sally Flint, you won’t feel as distant from your family even though you live far away. By Sally Flint   From wonderful international school education opportunities […]