How to raise kinder, less entitled kids (according to science)


Maybe it was that time you took the kids to the amusement park, and on the way home — their adorable faces still sticky from the slushies you’d sprung for, their little wrists adorned with pricey full-day passes — they asked to stop for ice cream. You declined, and they yelled, “We never get to do anything!” Or the time you asked them to dust the living room after you had vacuumed the house...

One change to help your kids to be more successful


I didn’t write this, but I think from time to time I’d like to keep a history of articles that are well written with solid experience & advice that I’m implementing with my kids. I take no credit, below is written by Angie Aker that was posted on Upworthy. Why didn’t anybody tell me this? When expecting a child, a lot of parents tend to read anything they can get their...

3 Simple Questions That Changed My Life & Others


We rush around trying to get things done—meet a deadline, finalize a deal, or respond to an email. We go from day to day rushing around like little automatons. After awhile, this becomes our lives. We get into our daily routine and before you know it the day is gone. This happens day after day and we often forget to stop and reflect. Losing the ability to reflect on things prevents us from...

Welcoming New Family Member


March 5th, 2013 – 5:51:36 AM, we welcome in our newest family member Carly Choi, weighing in 6lbs 3oz.
We thank everyone for their well wishes, and hope for you to meet her soon!
We’re very happy and excited to start this new adventure.

Ivy and Jeremy’s Wedding Day


Ivy and I got married on Saturday May 16th, 2009, and we would like to thank everyone who made it out.  In this post, I will continue to add photos and videos of that special night. Special thanks goes out to:
Catherine (my mom), Peter (my dad), Godwin (Ivy’s mom), Moses (Ivy’s dad), Uncles, Aunties & Cousins