Ligo Sardines Levels Up

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Disclaimer:  I am not a professional food critic nor am I a product reviewer.  Just sharing my two cents on certain food products my family consumed over the last month or so. This would be the first time I would be “reviewing” a product in my blog.  Well, this post is not really a review but […] Read more…

New Family Routine Brings Blessings

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Our family’s Sunday night routine recently included a family devotions hour.  I have been wanting to start this “ritual” with my family but I have yet to allow my husband to initiate it.  Good thing our pastor introduced the family devotions booklet to the congregation last Sunday and my husband was encouraged  to start spending […] Read more…

To Multi-task or not to Multi-task

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(Imported from my previous blog) Women, or more precisely, moms have been known to be great at the science of multitasking.  I, for one, has succumb to the call of the times to do hundreds of things all at the same time.  In my pursuit to juggle the daunting task of raising kids, managing a […] Read more…

Homeschoolers’ Flag Ceremony

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When we started homeschooling three years ago, I thought I could skip teaching my son about our National Anthem.  Although, we have encountered the national symbols including the national anthem in our Social Studies class in Grade 1, I never really took the time to explain to him what the lyrics mean.  Until about last […] Read more…

Goodbye Chips

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Our weekly trips to the supermarket would not be complete without passing the chips aisle.  Each family member will pick one to take home for the week.  After watching Jaime Oliver’s Food Revolution and how he advocates for healthier snacks for kids, I felt ashamed as a parent.  I mean why would I feed my […] Read more…

Mom’s Milk

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Created June 24, 2011Breastfeeding is still best for babies…I was a young girl when I first a mother breastfeed her child.  I was shocked to see our helper exposing her breast while her little baby boy tried to latch on. I tried to figure out what she was doing then I realized she was feeding […] Read more…

Why I Love Homeschooling

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created Ma 23, 2011Why do I love homeschooling, let me count the ways…I love homeschooling because …it gives my child the flexibility to learn and master a particular lesson before moving on to more complicated lessons without being labelled as slow or lazyit allows my child to explore the world and everything in it without […] Read more…

Math Drills Before School Starts

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Created May 19, 2011As I headed to the bookstore last week to get art supplies for my son’s art classes, I was surprised by the long queue and this reminded me that school is just around the corner.  When I got home that afternoon, I heard my 8-year-old arguing with my 4-year-old on whose turn […] Read more…

The Summer I Met My Son

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“The word of the Lord came to me saying, Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.” Jeremiah 1: 4-5 He was a typical one-year-old boy.  He was full of energy, strong and loved to laugh […] Read more…

Pinoy Characters You Meet at the Mall

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When was the last time you went to the mall? Was it yesterday? Last week? Pinoys flock the malls to shop, dine in restaurants, meet up with friends and family, do grocery shopping, pay the bills, or just to simply hang out.  As a frequent mall-goer myself (because of the 5-minute walk to reach the mall) […] Read more…

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