Activity Packed SM Kids’ City 2018

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SM Megamall was packed with kids and parents last September 8, 2018 as the final leg of the annual SM Kids’ City came to a finale. The hall was filled with booths sampling and selling mostly food items that kids love and parents would appreciate because they are all easy to prepare. Perfect for baon!

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Psychpros Manila Review

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I don’t want to write bad reviews but I feel this can help save and correct lives. A friend of mine has a child battling an eating disorder. When she asked around, a friend of hers said she got pretty good results with Psychpros in Greenhills. Eager to address the eating disorder before it gets […]

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Top Picks for Cool Back to School Supplies from SM Stationery

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One of the best things about back to school, aside from seeing your friends again, is shopping for new school supplies! My kids get all excited to get new school stuff from inspiring notebooks to the perfect pen that glides effortlessly on the crisp white paper. SM Stationery covers all our kids’ school needs from […]

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SM Supermarket Kids’ City: Party na! Shopping pa!

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  Party na! Shopping pa! Last September 16, 2017 was the final leg of Kids’ City Kiddie Party by SM Supermarket and Save More Market. And syempre kapag sinabi party you expect lots of entertainment, lots of food and tons of fun! And, it was a full day of fun for everyone who dropped by […]

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Let your ”Little Stars” Shine Now!

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What do these kids have in common? All of them are now making their own names whether on print, TV, or other performing arts. They all also have supportive parents who believe in their talent and decided to bring them into auditioning for SM Little Stars few years back. The good news is: auditions for […]

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Are your Kids Ready for Mars? (Talk Points with Kids on this Epic Mission)

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The start of the interviews for applicants, for the one-way journey to Mars, has my 13 year old daughter all excited.  “Imagine!  A life in space.  What can be more awesome than that? ” The thought of humans establishing a permanent colony in Mars is just as my daughter said, mind-blowing! Since I was a […]

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Probiotic: Buzzword in my Mommy Circles

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Probiotic is the buzzword nowadays in mommy circles when it comes to tummy care for our little ones.  I have mommy groups and when we compare notes, some are into it already, some are getting into it and others are reading up already about it. When my teen son went on a 6 week trip […]

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Different Parenting Styles, One Goal

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We hear everyone dropping the word every time. Progressive school, progressive style, progressive parenting. I tried checking the internet and everyone has their own take on what it is. In a nutshell, among the articles I have read, it is parenting through modelling instead of exacting discipline measures on children. I would not exactly say […]

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Parents as Digital Home Managers: 10 Practical Parenting Tips in this Wired World

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We worry about it yet we can’t live without it. How do I manage the kids’ gadget use? Is it turning them into little monsters? What to do when they complain “I’m bored 10 minutes after you take the gadget away?” A few days back, PLDT Home organized a “Mommy Day Out.” Celebrity moms, Denise […]

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5 Things to Consider in making a DIY Costume for your Child

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Today is Word-Robe day in my son’s school. Kids come in DIY costumes of their assigned word. My son’s assigned word is easy, starfish.  Others were assigned to be a bison or a mollusk so a starfish is a no brainer, or so I thought. I just used a good quality cartolina to make his […]

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Safeguard Moisture Shield: Keeping the Colds Away

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The Exploreum in Mall of Asia was in a flurry of activity a few weeks back as Safeguard launched the Safeguard Body Wash. Celebrities, from Aubrey Miles to social media icons like Christine Dychiao were there with their kiddos. Unfortunately, my 5 year old couldn’t make it that day because he was nursing a cold. […]

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Should we Send our Kids to School if they Have Colds?

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Everyone I meet nowadays has a cold, just got out of a cold or is about to have one. The colds and cough virus is so bad, the school of one of my kids even released a reminder to keep kids at home when they are sick. My rule of thumb for my kids’ absence […]

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Hard Work over Talent: When a C is better than an B+

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“It’s unfair!” One of my kids shouted out when I reacted negatively over his grade.   As a parent we know the word “unfair” makes us reach for the oxygen and brace for a long and emotional talk with the kids.   My innately smart child is complaining why I can’t be happy for his B+ and […]

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5 Practical Ways to Raise Unprejudiced Kids

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“Mom, look at the poor kid,” my son anxiously pointed to the scruffy looking, emaciated street kid. True, it was a poor kid but there was something in the way he said it, that made me feel uncomfortable. It felt like we were passing by an aquarium and he saw a fish, instead of a […]

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Smiling your Way to Good Oral Health Care with The Right Tool

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When I was a child I wasn’t too keen on brushing teeth (aren’t all kids) as a consequence plaque slowly built up and by the time I hit my late teens I lost 2 of my side teeth (one on the left and one on the right). It wasn’t a nice childhood memory plus not […]

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