Year: 2021

  • How to Support Bullied and Bullying Children
    How to Support Bullied and Bullying Children

    Bullied or bullying—it’s a harrowing experience, no matter which side one’s child is on. What can we do to help them through? By Vanessa Robitaille Bullying continues to be a very real problem even today, and as parents we are bound to have to face it at some point. When our children are involved on […]

  • Khao Sok: Hidden Gem of Thailand
    Khao Sok: Hidden Gem of Thailand

     Yuka recently traveled across the country and shares her experience and memories of Khao Sok National Park that she will cherish for a lifetime. By: Yuka Manso I think we can all agree that we are stuck in the best country during a global crisis. What I mean is that several luxury hotels are throwing […]

  • Why I Chose Not To Have A Second Child
    Why I Chose Not To Have A Second Child

      Having a second child is one of many life-changing, personal decisions that parents will have to make. But what do you do when practical reasons and biological needs are at odds with each other?  By Suzi Chaemchaeng  You meet a mother with one child and you curiously ask, “do you plan to have another?” […]

  • Traumatic Birth: The Silent Struggle
    Traumatic Birth: The Silent Struggle

     Midwife Emma McNerlin examines the sensitive topic of perinatal trauma and its impacts on new parents; as well as the support and services available to help them heal and move forward.  By: Emma McNerlin  When a person goes through trauma, the mind goes into an unusually hyper-aroused, fight-or-flight state. The brain’s amygdala, which normally helps […]

  • BAMBI News January 2021
    BAMBI News January 2021

    View PDF Dear Members, Welcome to the January edition and a very Happy New Year to you all. I hope you were able to enjoy some much needed downtime with your loved ones and reflect on the year that was! I must say I did enjoy the time spent in Bangkok over Christmas and New […]

  • Seven Ways to Mix Maths into Your Child’s Day
    Seven Ways to Mix Maths into Your Child’s Day

      Children learn through play and maths is no exception. Emma shares practical ideas to apply and make maths interesting in your child’s everyday activities. By Emma Gricmanis   Maths is a word that can conjure up a variety of responses. Many people think that maths needs to be rigid or book-based but with small […]