Tag: toddlers & preschoolers

  • A Weekend in Suan Phueng and Phetchaburi  スワンプンとペッチャブリ-で週末旅行
    A Weekend in Suan Phueng and Phetchaburi スワンプンとペッチャブリ-で週末旅行

    Situated in Western Thailand, Phetchaburi and Ratchaburi Provinces are full of wonderful destinations for family weekend travel. A hot spring, sheep pasture, and historical park with an amazing landscape… Shigeki Miyamoto tells us more.   By Shigeki Miyamoto / Translated by Hanae Matsumura   The linchpin of the trip is Boeklueng Hot Spring which lies […]

  • Helping Children Express Creativity through Art
    Helping Children Express Creativity through Art

    Process art is an artistic journey where, from an early age, a child learns to think outside the box and express their own creativity. It is also great for parents who want to spend quality time to bond with their kids. By Ploithip A. Chaisuparakul    Children are born with curiosity and instinct. These two are […]

  • READER’S CORNER: JANUARY 2020
    READER’S CORNER: JANUARY 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 Karen’s Witch (Baby-Sitters Little Sister Graphix) Author: Ann M. Martin and Katy Farina   ISBN: 9781338315196 A fresh and fun graphic novel series spin-off of The Baby-sitters Club, […]

  • Establishing a Positive Relationship with Your Nanny
    Establishing a Positive Relationship with Your Nanny

    Long-time expat and mother of two Alfiah shares her experience about life with a nanny and the best ways to build a happy environment in the home. By Alfiah Strohal I’ve lived in many countries over my 18 years as an expat. I lived in Europe for six years and another six years in Dubai […]

  • Relaxed Parenthood: One Blows Hot, One Blows Cold!
    Relaxed Parenthood: One Blows Hot, One Blows Cold!

    A mother writes about using positive disciplining techniques and how a difference in approaches between herself and her husband work to create a healthy balance for their child.   By Ashima Kapur   Parenting wasn’t such a challenge in the past as it was part of the family system. But things are vastly different for […]

  • Staying Safe In and Around Water in Thailand
    Staying Safe In and Around Water in Thailand

    A swimming coach reminds us of basic water safety for the whole family as well as things to consider if you are new to life in Thailand. By Kiran Haroon When we think about Thailand, things that come to mind include the beautiful scenery, tropical fruits, exotic islands. Aside from all mother nature has provided, […]