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Kookie Bal: Super Typhoon Yolanda Survivor’s True Story

This is a true story narrated by Anthony Silvester A. Samson on his FB account on one of Typhoon Yolanda’s survivors from Tacloban City. Just got off the phone talking to my friend,, a survivor sa tacloban who

10 Tips for Choosing a School for Your Kids

I was in my kid’s school this morning for their enrollment and as I was paying the “expensive” tuition fees, my mind was  wondering if the school they are in right now is really the best for

Join The Cake Deco Expo 4 – 2013

Join the Goldilocks Cake Deco Expo 4  on February 24, 2013 (Sunday) at the SMX Convention Center! Get hands-on experience in decorating a cake and have lots of fun, games and surprises! The Expo opens at 9:00 AM

What Do Geniuses Have In Common?

I received an email today from Megan Wong of   Train Your child to think like a Genius on what do geniuses have in common. As a mom, with normal kids ( yes, they are normal 😉 ), I

Workshop: For Your Yaya (Nanny) & House Helper

I’ve been blessed to have an household helper who have been staying with us for almost 10 years already. We don’t consider her a “yaya” anymore but already a member of our family. She’s even a godmother

20th Travel Tour Expo 2013

My family loves to travel. In fact, we’ve flown to 4 Asian countries last year alone. Aside from the savings that we’ve prepared exclusively for these tours and vacations, I think two of the biggest factors that

Grand Baby Fair 2013

We were on our way to our office in Makati when I saw this big billboard along Skyway of South Luzon Expressway. There’s not much media information about the event and didn’t even see any press release.

Stages of Motor Skills Development in Infants

How would you know if the motor development of your baby is normal? Will you just wait for other people to tell you or perhaps let your pediatrician do the checking  for you? Isn’t it better if you, on

Taking Action to Stop Pollution for Our Children’s Future

When our children go to school or play outside, are we assured of a safe and healthy environment for them? To say that air is actually breathable, it has to be clean! I think everyone will agree

Letting Baby Cry Can Change Your Child’s Personality

In her book, The Science of Parenting, Margot Sunderland taps the latest neurology research to tackle common dilemmas like clinginess, tantrums, and discipline. In the section on Separation Anxiety, Sunderland reveals that letting babies cry alone in