Category Archives: Parenting
I just wanna share this funny job description of parents from the book I was reading today. Isn’t this the truth? Hehe. Tweet
Do you teach your kids about money? As parents, it is also our responsibility to teach our children the value of saving money and spending wisely. It is never too early to start. Let us encourage them to save coins in a piggy bank and teach them about basic money concepts. For older kids, you
“We’re almost home!” My daughter exclaimed as the car entered our village one evening after attending the service at church. “How did you know?” Dad curiously asked. “Because I know everything, dad!” The little girl said in a matter-of-factly tone. We all exchanged looks and burst out laughing. It was hilarious hearing it from a
Inspired by the movie, Courageous, my husband got this idea of giving Ayesha a purity ring (also known as a chastity ring) when she officially enters her teenage years. A ring that will serve as a personal reminder of her commitment to God to save herself for marriage. (Wait a second, this should be applicable
During the summer, my son requested his dad to buy him a bike. Daddy agreed, but there was one condition — he needs to improve on reading. Although my son has been reading since he was in kindergarten (he’s now in Grade 1), he still needs to improve on his speed, accuracy, pronunciation and more
I didn’t know my son had real, budding talent in singing until I heard him sing his own rendition of Dakilang Lahi during our morning practice the other day. His teacher had chosen him to represent Grade 1 for the Buwan ng Wika singing competition that will be held at the end of this month.
Last night, my husband and I finally had the chance to watch the movie Courageous. For the record, I rarely get interested in movies. But having seen Facing The Giants and Fireproof from the same brilliant creators in the past, I knew this movie was something I didn’t want to miss. Ever. And as expected,
This poem brought tears to my eyes… If I had my child to raise over again, I’d finger paint more, and point the finger less. I’d do less correcting, and more connecting. I’d take my eyes off my watch, and watch with my eyes. I would care to know less, and know to care more.
They finished the entire malunggay leaves! My kids were busy helping out as I cooked dinner earlier. Chicken Tinola was perfect for the rainy evening and I’m glad my kids were there to lend a helping hand. Thank you, Ayesha and Greggy! Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he