As founder and CEO of BrillKids Inc., KL still considers being a father to his daughter Felicity to be his most important and challenging job. However, becoming a father is precisely what inspired the launch of this site. Through his adventures of being a busy father, KL turned to other internet sites, books, and seminars for tips and advice on how to maximize his baby’s intelligence.

Recognizing the importance of the wealth of information he amassed, he realized that in sharing them, he could be making the lives of thousands of parents around the world much easier – which is exactly what he did by creating BrillBaby.com. Taking his mission a step further, he created an online community of parents and teachers, specifically catering to the niche of early childhood education, effectively spreading the word about the importance of teaching babies.

KL Wong is the father of Felicity, aged 5, and can be contacted at KL(at)brillkids(dot)com.




Each project that BrillKids endeavors to undertake requires a someone to maintain an overall brand voice, to enhance each website and to properly explain the usage and advantages of each platform. This is the role Lappy fills, along with being the “Mod Mom” for BrillKids’ parenting community.

Lappy continually spearheads projects to enhance the usability and functions of all BrillKids products and websites, and is always thinking up of ways to make the community much more fun. She contributes creativity to BrillKids’ products and services – through writing, design, and continual involvement in web and product development. She enjoys listening to music, reading, blogging, playing guitar, and spending time with family.

Lappy is the Vice President of BrillKids, and may be contacted through Lappy(at)brillkids(dot)com.


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  1. Joce Larkin says:

    I’m so happy to have come across the brillbaby/brillkids site. As an early childhood professional, I understand the importance of those first critical years of a person’s life when everything is brand new. From the time juju was an infant I tried to see things from her perspective. Imagining being in this new body, and this new space. Developing a feel for her energy in order to make sure she was offered every comfort available to a baby, from a dry diaper to a warm embrace. So entering this world where language is key to communication and basic economic survival, we as parents have the opportunity to introduce this ability at infancy and change the way the education system runs. I truly believe that in the next decade, infant education will become much more popular, to the point where we can truly reform the way we are educating our children in the public education system that truly works for the benefit of our each child’s education.

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