At the shopping center… Mother and daughter, of about 4 years old, were deciding which vase to bring home. Finally, they picked one, which, according to the child, “Oh! This one, please, Mom? Daddy will be happy to see this. It’s blue, it’s his favorite color and simple like what he always says.” The Mom […]
A Call To Action
One of the key areas of parenting, which is often forgotten or rendered unrelated is our environmental care and protection.
We send our children to school, discipline them, provide for everything they need, buy insurance, prepare them to become contributing citizens of the nation; basically, we do our best to help prepare them for the future. But we often forget that this future is heavily dependent on the future of our environment. The future of mother Earth.
How can we help???
What are your family’s Christmas traditions? Here’s what I grew up with… 🙂
Always remember that your family loves you! So, always do what makes them happy and content. Foremost on the list is to look after your health – eat right and eat healthy (with no excuses), exercise, pray and medidate, rest, get enough sleep and most important (and which most people disregard), go to the doctor or your preferred health practitioner when necessary! 🙂
What’s your best dining experience? What was the food? Where was it?
Here’s our food experience from our latest adventure! 🙂
My first leaders are my parents. And since childhood, these two terms have been inseparable for me. In fact, I think at the core of any parent is a leader.
Do you agree?
I was busy collecting a few nice seashells and gave them to YenYen, my daughter. She kept throwing them back to the water. Finally, she found a small piece of drift wood and placed some of the shells there. She showed her dad, exclaiming, “Daddy, look at my art work!” and hurried back to sea. I said, “aren’t we bringing them home, baby?” Much to my surprise and amazement, here’s what she said, “They’re home, mom.”
Plus, sharing my realizations from this #proudparentsmoment.
A baby cries nearby, Oh what a happy sound, Doctors, nurses pass by, Sadness all around. • As one was born, Another wasn’t fully formed, My sister, her husband, everyone was torn, A little too soon we mourned. • Praising God my sis is ok, no matter His reason, Only He can tell for now, Anticipating season after season, To God, always we trust, pray and bow. • His gift, His precious blessing, Very soon, my sister and we all shall receive, Ease the pain and the hurting, Way better days we shall achieve.
The perfect bonding activity with your toddler on a warm weekend! Fun, healthy and very easy to do – watermelon popsies! Try it! 🙂
What’s your fondest memory with your grandparents?
Today, we explore how grandparents influence child development and a call to action for us parents.