Our stand on university education is controversial to some. We have given our children the opportunity to decide for themselves how they want to pursue their education after high school. Are we against a university degree? Of course, not! If it were me, I would love for all my children to complete a bachelor’s degree,… Continue reading Preparing for your children’s university plans
Last night, December 2, Friday, was the opening of the first full-length Filipino Christmas ballet, Alice Reyes Dance Philippines’ Puso ng Pasko at the CCP, which is the perfect culminating show in the CCP Dance Series before the iconic theatre closes down for renovation in the next two years. A collaboration between two national artists… Continue reading REVIEW: ARDP’s Puso ng Pasko — A Christmas Ballet worth adding to your Christmas Traditions
It’s been a month since we moved back to the South. At the moment, we are staying at my parents’ house until our own house is completed. I don’t believe I’ve had a decent sleep since we moved and it’s not just because our stuff are in boxes and I have to do chores and… Continue reading Back in the South!
I have to admit that when the lockdown eased, I sort of panicked that my boys didn’t have too many friends to hang out with. When they were younger, my prayer was for the three of them to develop a strong bond with each other and like each other enough to actually be friends, and… Continue reading Parenting Teens: Making new friends
As much as going back to school can be exciting for kids, the thought of returning to face-to-face classes can be stressful for parents. While your kids are away, you may be thinking about the illnesses or injuries they might bring home at the end of the day. Of course, worrying about these things is… Continue reading Protect Your School-Age Children from These 6 Common Illnesses