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It is really difficult to find good quality, comfortable and breathable shoes for babies and children in Kuala Lumpur. That is why the company Two Little Footprints has taken things into their own hands and decided to save all kids in Malaysia from bad shoes. They specialize in soft soled leather shoes for babies at the pre-walking and learning to walk stage as well as rubber soled leather shoes for active toddlers. All their shoes are made of leather and are breathable- a must in the hot and humid climate of Malaysia.
Really gorgeous designs:
Really fair prices too!
Soft soled shoes are only 120RM and Rubber soled shoes are 210RM.
To try on some of these shoes on your child please contact Two Little Footprints via email:
Website to follow soon!
If you are a dog lover or have kids who love dogs why not check out this very dog friendly cafe in Desa Sri Hartamas, Mont Kiara. It is situated in the same square that is behind the big Church and adjacent to Souled Out.
Address: 22, Jalan 30/70a, Desa Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
"New Year Baby Warehouse Sale is happening again on 13-15 January
2017 at One City USJ (Sky Park – Level One). Crazy discounts up to 80%
on your favourite brands - Philips Avent, Disney Baby, Fiffy, Pigeon, Dr
Brown, Drypers, MamyPoko, Fisher Price, Holabebe, Ichiro, Little Bean,
Buds, Chicco, Pororo, Quinny, Maxi Cosi, Autumnz, Tommee Tippee, Sesame
Street & more.
Exclusive Offer for 3 days only: Drypers Wee Wee Dry Mega at RM88
for 3 Pack. MamyPoko Extra Soft Fit (Regular Pack) at RM10 limited to
first 100 customers before 12 noon daily. Limited sizes & while
stock last. Awesome fun activities too + free gifts + candy + popcorn
for your little ones! See you 13-15 January 2017!" ---The Nuren Group
2016 was a terrible year for celebrity deaths and ruling leaders. So many famous people passed away, the total being over 80 people. The beginning of 2016 was shocked with the passing of famous singer David Bowie and the end of the year was mortified by the passing of George Michael. Prince, Natalie Cole, Muhammad Ali were also sadly amongst those who passed on during 2016. Star Wars lost 3 of it's original actors: Kenny Baker (R2D2), Peter Sumner and Carrie Fisher (Princess Leia)
Sadly Carrie Fisher's mother Debbie Reynolds passed away one day after her daughter.
Leonard Cohen: songwriter "Hallelujah), Gene Wilder of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
John Glenn: first american to orbit the earth
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Sir Terry Wogan and Harper Lee author of "To kill a Mockingbird".
Long serving leaders like Fidel Castro born 1926 of Cuba and King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand born 1927. Nancy Reagan wife of the late Ronald Regan. The Magician Paul Daniels. Papa Wemba the Congolese singer and many others.
With so many people passed on in 2016, it is very sad indeed to contemplate what talent has been lost but they will not be forgotten.
In a recent trip to Thailand I was amazed to see the respect the people show for their late King. Many were wearing black clothes everyday as they went to work and to their businesses. At one point on the walkway between Siam and Chit Lom everyone (except the tourists) suddenly stood still and in silence. I am not sure what that was about but it felt like they were giving a moments silence and thought to their late, beloved King.
May all of them rest in peace and our sincere condolences to all of their families and friends!
A company based in Asia has come up with a brilliant and unique idea to remember loved ones who have passed away and to honour their lives. The company Rest With Dignity offers an online memorial website with a condolence book which family members can keep and cherish. Friends and family can write tributes and memories on the memorial website and these messages are all collated in one book and sent to the family.
For more information have a look at their website here:
Good bye plastic and hello suede!
Goodbye squashed toes and welcome barefoot comfort!!
It has been a real chore finding some comfortable and great quality shoes for my little one. I have been reading a lot about how important the early years are for getting your child off to a right start by giving them the best footwear to support their toddling then walking and then running days!
Now I have finally found the perfect shoes. They are lovingly made in Africa with great quality leather and come in different, adorable designs and patterns.
For baby's they have soft leather shoes.
For toddlers there are leather shoes with rubber soles.
Have a look at some of their wonderful designs:
Prices start from RM89.
For more information drop me an email at : firstname.lastname@example.org
This is my first compilation of things I have discovered in KL to enjoy with your baby or toddler. Some of the recommendations I have joined myself but some I have not yet managed to get round too! Just wish to share this info with all the mums in KL who are looking for things to do with their young children.
One of our favourite activities is Baby Sensory/Toddler Sense. They are just brilliant and offer half hour free play and half hour structured themed classes every single day of the week. In addition the themes change every single week so your little one is always learning and experiencing something new.
They have just started a new class for kids aged 3 plus called Mini Professors, whereby the kids learn by doing different experiments.