Who doesn’t love banana catsup? Sa ating mga Pinoy, ito ang partner “sawsawan” ng halos lahat ng pritong ulam o merienda kagaya ng Fried Chicken, Lumpiang Shanghai, Tortang Talong even sa pagluluto ng ating Pinoy-style Spaghetti, Menudo at ang “Catsup Sinangag”. Favorite nating lahat gamitin ang Banana Catsup.
We, women wear many hats. This March- Women’s Month, we celebrate all types of women. SM is all lauding every woman of all ages, sizes, shapes and background this month.
One of the ultimate dreams of every family is having a house to call their own.
My husband and I are very thankful that we chose to live a simple life in rural (Cavite) wherein home mortgage fee is low, and even the way of living is much affordable compared to city living, super sakto sa aming way of earning right now as freelancers and start-up family. Continue reading
Little Zee is in his preschool age. He loves jumping, climbing, running, he is into rough physical play. He is indeed a giant ball of energy.
As per most pediatrician, children at this age should be able to release their energies, it is how they learn, how they explore and how they can build their confidence and its healthy for them too!
And I’m just so happy to find out another fun way to play with Zee!
Being a practical mom, I am always on search of different ways to lessen expenses and one of them is our electricity bill.
And the most common tipid tip or tipid hack is to switch to LED bulbs.
I’m sure you’re looking for different fun ways to celebrate your weekend with your whole family and friends.
I’m happy to share with you inays the Biggest Weekend Market in the South.
This year, we are aiming to spend more quality time together and to stick on our family’s budget. We want to be more intentional in using our time and our resources this year.
And yes mommies, we’re thinking of more creative ways to lessen our family’s spending since we are currently living on a single income stream, but we don’t want to sacrifice family quality time.
Are you looking for ways to boost your milk supply?
My little Zee was a breastfed baby for four years + (Honestly, until now even if he’s turning 5 years old few months from now, he still wants “dodoy” before bed time). Our breastfeeding journey like most moms, during the first year was “difficult” but it is very rewarding, one of the best decisions I’ve made as a first time mom.
When Zee was still an infant, his pediatrician advised us to give him only organic soy milk or purely breastmilk because of his atopic dermatitis, to help avoid developing more allergies that can even lead to asthma.
A breastfeeding advocate also told us that breastfeeding is not just beneficial for babies pati pala si mommy, bumababa ang risk ng cancer because of breastfeeding. The longer, the better ang breastfeeding for both mommy and baby.
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Almost all moms I know are guilty of forgetting about themselves after having a child. Beauty becomes least of our priorities. we can all relate to quick shower time, overdue nail pedicure and our ever growing desire for “me time”.
That’s why mommies, I am happy to share with you some practical and on-a-budget beauty tips for us all:
In our country, we’re not that open and used to have car seats in our vehicle, most moms will just carry their babies while seated at the back of the car. (I am no excuse, guilty mom here) Shockingly mommies, it has been reported that an average of more than 600 children have died in road crashes from 2006 to 2014 here in our country.
Just how important are car seats for babies and kids? According to the World Health Organization, a good car safety system with rear-facing restraint can reduce the risk of injury for children aged 0-4 by 80 to 90%. Compared to having only a seat belt, where the risk of injury for children is reduced only by 32%.
Last year, the “Child Safety in Motor Vehicle Act of 2017″ was approved by the House of Representatives and is now for deliberation in the Senate.