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  • | Sandy Tam

    HypnoBirthing Part 1 - My Birth Story

    My baby Daryl is now ten months old.  Ten months, it has taken me, to finally be able to write about my birthing experience... Both my babies are miracle babies, conceived through IVF.  The entire "getting pregnant" process has been anything BUT natural.  I dreamed of a vag... View Post
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    My Failed Attempt at Chinese Confinement

    I would like to make a confession.  I CHEATED!  Yup, I totally did. I am Chinese and therefore, am encouraged to abide by the First Month of Confinement rules after giving birth, also known as "zuo yue" in Chinese.  If you haven't heard of such a thing, it entails the new mom being on a very st... View Post
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    LOVED by Blythe | Top 10 Toddler Sleepover Gear

    My husband and I are not great at planning ahead and definitely not the most prepared when it came to having our first child, Blythe.  While people were out setting up baby registries and shopping for baby essentials, we waited and basically decided to "wing it".  One because we were tight on bud... View Post
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    Against All Odds - My Breastfeeding Journey

    When I had Blythe, I was the textbook definition of worst-case breastfeeding scenario.  I had all the odds stacked up against me.  Like many new moms, I was frustrated and angry.  I felt resentment against friends who were complaining to me about engorged breasts and how "messy" it was because th... View Post
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    Happy Valennersary!!

    February 14th 2015 was the day we officially launched our Pulp Function website - three glorious years of growing Pulp Function from a peanut-hobby'ish idea to a fully functioning company that sells handmade decor pieces.  And what is our biggest lesson learned over these three years?  Be open to change! View Post

About Sandy Tam

Being a mom and a business owner, I have learned to embrace the chaos, to live spontaneously without expectations, to make choices that are beyond what others would call 'normal'.  And along the way, I have been rewarded with many unexpected surprises and failures (yes, failures are rewards in disguise). 

I am a life learner and I like writing.  And this is my blog where I can share both.