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MyEC Moms

A group for MyEC moms

  • Share parenting tips 
  • Share recipes
  • Get support from other moms
  • Announce milestones
  • Record and listen to stories and poetry with your kids

Members: 82
Latest Activity: Jul 28, 2015

The most important job

We all know that being a good parent is the world's most important and most difficult job! When I was a young mom with new babies, I belonged to a mommy and me group. We got together once a week with our babies and toddlers and shared stories about our long, wonderful days. Sarah gave me a great muffin recipe! Shannon made me laugh. Carly taught us about gardening and Sharon inspired us to stay fit. Anna shared her favourite music with us. We all admired Nadine for how organized she was while raising twins!  Even though I moved away, I'll never forget my mommy group and all of the beautiful children that I got to play with each wee. We also went out once a month without the kids! Boy, did we need it.


My mother belonged to a mother's fellowship group too. It's one of the most important things you can do for your children, don't you think? If you are planning on teaching your children English, you are not alone! This is another reason to join the MyEC mom group. We can share good books, practise nursery rhymes, and learn new expressions that are useful to teach your children. Please invite all of the MyEC moms you know.  

Discussion Forum

What Are The Suitable Games For 1 Year Old Child?

Started by Camelia May 22, 2015. 0 Replies

Hello Moms and Dads!Long time no see, ha? I hope you're doing great with your kids!I am here today to discuss with you an important topic which is children playing.. As you know, playing takes a big…Continue

Teaching English To Your Kid At Home

Started by susu Aug 29, 2013. 0 Replies

School is back again and all of us prepare ourselves to it. Maybe the most difficult role during school period is teaching your kid and helping him to get the best marks in his exams. And to achieve…Continue

Who Is A Child?

Started by Camelia. Last reply by Oriani Jun 11, 2013. 12 Replies

Hello Moms! Dads! Or Others:DAccording to your opinion or experience, how could you define a kid? Or simply:Who is a child?…Continue

Tags: Kid, Child

A Child Is A White Paper..But Who Is The Writer?

Started by Camelia. Last reply by Camelia May 18, 2013. 10 Replies

Hi all!I would thank all who discussed with us Who Is Child? Honestly I liked all your…Continue

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Comment by marhea lobo on April 30, 2014 at 3:33



Comment by Lestary Wahyuni on April 8, 2014 at 15:29

Hello Moms and Dads, would you give me suggestion how teach children 4 or 5 years old?

Comment by Hyunju on August 4, 2013 at 13:32

Hi, nice to talk to you and share some tips for parenting with you.

I'm from Seoul, Korea. I have a 18 month old daughter. 

Now I'm on my maternity leave. Although most working moms in Korea can't take their maternity leave longer than 3 months (or 1 year), I'm lucky to be on my 2nd year of the leave. I wonder how long you usually have a maternity leave after a delivery in your country.

Comment by Camelia on May 10, 2013 at 13:27

I'm very happy to be here! :D

Comment by AijaMarta on August 11, 2012 at 16:55

Is there any activity going on or it's like summer vacation here?

Comment by AijaMarta on July 22, 2012 at 11:54

To teach my kids English we watch lovely cartoon called Dora The Explorer .. in our country we have it in Russian and teaching English words

Comment by phuongminhnguyen on September 19, 2011 at 10:34
Thank you for your comment, Tara. It is my writing. I have writen some stories for kids in Vietnamese language but I can not translate all of them as for my poor English. So this is the first time I have translated my story into English.
Comment by SHANTA on September 19, 2011 at 6:56

Good  Morning  Tara,this is a  nice   group.The  video  is  superb.  Wish  some  more  videos  will  be  added  in  near  future..As  for  me  I  have  a  girl  child  of 8  years  age..I  wish  to  see her  when  she  grows  up  ,as  a  self- confident,young  woman

Comment by Tara Benwell on September 16, 2011 at 14:22

Nice story! Is it an original or did you translate it? Please tell us some background. Did you write it for your kids? 


Tip:I have many things to do here which I can’t do in anywhere else. 

Comment by phuongminhnguyen on September 16, 2011 at 10:19

Please don't laugh at my writing. I know it is a bit ridiculous. I just want to practise Enlish.

The story: happiness


In a rural area, there is a poor girl who is a bit ugly and can not get much education as she is not good at studying. But she is industrious. She gets up early in the morning when the sun rises and feed the pigs and chicken, watering the plant in the garden then she goes to the field to do the farming. She has skilful hands which can do many things so fast and well. The vegetables on her field grow better than on others' ones, the plants on her field give her so much fruits. She only returns home when it is dark and the smoke is flying over the kitchen's roof in the village (It is time for dinner).

Each night, after the dinner, she does the sewing. She makes shirts, pillows, trousers and many other things. In winter, she knits. She brings her products to the market and sells them at cheap price for poor people. But there is one thing that makes she feel sad: there is noone who wants to marry her. Year after year, from Spring to Winter she keeps doing all the same things...She feels so bored and wants to change it.

One Winter day, when she is on her way to the market to sell her hand-made products, she meets a poor old woman who is suffering from the cold of Winter. She gives that poor woman a woolen handkerchief and says:

-I hope this may help you feel warmer. Last year, I have given you one. You told me that I am a good girl and wished me luckiness and happiness. But I have still not feel happy. I am so unlucky. And so are you. You are still poor and are getting cold. So I will not make those things any more. I want to go to the place where my aunt lives to change my life, find a job, get married and have babies.

The old poor woman look into the young girl’s eyes and says:

-You don’t belong to anywhere else, this land is the suitable place for you. But I wish that you will find your happiness in the place where you will go to.

The the girl takes all her savings, say “goodbye” to her parents and leave.

The following Winter, the old poor woman meets her again on the street, she is carrying the handkerchief which the girl gave her last Winter, the girl says:

-You are true, I belong to this place. I have many things to do here which I can’t do in anywhere else.

The old woman smiles and says: I know, I am here to wait for you. I know you will come back. Thank you for your hankerchieves, I have given the first one to my son to keep warm for him when he got cold that Winter. Last Winter, when I come back here, I want to say “Thank you” to you but you did not have time to hear it. So I come back this time to say: Thank you.

Then she invited the girl to come to her house. When they arrive, a young man smiles to welcome her to their small house. It is the poor old woman’s son. They are poor, their house have no equipment but for two beds, but they keep it clean and bright.

A year later, she gets married to that yuong man and they have babies. Each night, when she does the sewing and her husband makes handcraft, the children run around them and laugh happily.


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