A Call To Preserve Childhood

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By Mariel H. Uyquiengco of The Learning Basket I’m watching my children play here in the garden as I write this. Wearing jackets and rain boots this hot summer day, they frolic around our orange garden sprinkler. They pretend it’s raining and shout and run about so joyously. How do I make time stand still? Parents all over must want Father Time to stop or … [Read more...]

Blissful Getaways: Family-Friendly F1 Hotel Staycation!

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Two weeks ago, my little family joined other food and lifestyle bloggers for soothing staycation weekend at the F1 Hotel in Bonifacio Global City. It was a much needed breather, as I had just come from a busy week (actually, a busy month!) last March 29. We were there to sample their yummy buffet options for the Lenten season, and to experience a bit of … [Read more...]

3 Ways We Have Decided To Parent Simply

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By Cheryl Goodman of Not Just Yum "Where's the manual?" This was my next thought after I changed and fed my twin girls the very first time, and no, I wasn't referring to the one for the breast pump. I am sure at that time I didn't feel this way but the feed, change, sleep, repeat was the easy part of parenting. Not long after, the quiet we first enjoyed … [Read more...]

The Power of a Praying Wife

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By Tina Rodriguez of Truly Rich Mom Let me begin this post with a confession: I don't like my husband all the time. In fact, on some days — days that have been extra challenging — I find myself wondering, "How in the world did we ever end up together?" Okay... there, I've said it. Thankfully, those days are few and far between now. After being married … [Read more...]