5 activities to do with your family outdoors

The holiday season is just around the corner and you are thinking of planning something interesting for the children. Kids are active and full of energy, and they wouldn’t want something that is boring or cooped up indoors most of the time. Outdoor activities would be fun for them, especially when they are able to participate and get involved in some outdoor activities.

 

Here are 5 activities that you may consider for the coming holiday season:

 

  • Plan a day where you and your kids can be tourists to your own town. There is no need to travel to faraway places as tourists. Together, you can check out the interesting places in your own town such as local museum, murals, or zoo. Get them to study the murals, and share what they think the artists are trying to express through the murals.

 

  • Take your younger kids to the local public swimming pool if there is one. You can also consider taking your children to a nearby beach. Kids love water, just playing and splashing in the water with their siblings is enough to keep them happy for hours. You can even pack a picnic basket along because these activities will work up an appetite. They can even build sand castles and collect seashells.

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Family Time: Fun Family Activities, Freebies & Great Deals at Robinsons Supermarket’s Summer Fair

Summer, most families love this season. No school and more time with the kids, it is also a great time to have some family bonding activities. No wonder, almost every kid looks forward for this season of the year.

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How to have a budget-friendly Christmas Celebration?

Christmas season is not only the busiest but also a month of big purchases. Lalo na maraming sale weekly, we moms, are tempted to visit all those sale events and grab the best buy items.

Especially here in our country, Christmas is celebrated as early as the month of September. November pa lang may Christmas Parties na di ba?

But, Christmas season shouldn’t put us in debt after all the festive celebrations and purchases we had.

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Financial Steps to be a “Stay-At-Home-Mom”

Being a mother requires a lot of sacrifices. I can say it is indeed the toughest job in the world.

I am a career oriented person, people often labeled me “workaholic” and “raketera” before.

I also did not have any plans on giving up our small business that time, until my little one arrives and everything changed.

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Prayer: A lifetime investment for our children (31 days of prayer PRINTABLE)

Being a mother, I know how busy our day can be.. and sometimes, we forget of one of the most important thing we can do for our children.. to pray for them..

But when I heard about Nikki Gil’s story, that her parents were praying for her future husband ever since she was a little girl. And  she was spared from a wrong relationship and was lead eventually to the right man. I am amazed of the power of a praying parent.

So happy din to see this free 31 Days of Prayers for Your Child printable online. But of course, you still get to pray your own heartfelt prayers for our children, this is just a guide for everyday character that we want to focus as our prayer point for the day.

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5 Money Lessons for Toddlers

Both my husband and I came from families who didn’t involve us in “money matters”.

Growing up, we just learned our money management skills from work, workshops, books and sad to say most from mistakes and “charge to experience” life circumstances.

That’s why one of our desires is to raise our son, who will someday be the provider of his family (a father), to be a moneywise kid.

We believe it is our responsibility as parents to teach our children their needed “life skills” and financial management is one of these..

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