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A few weeks before we left for Canada (Yes, we moved! But more on that later), I was invited by Omron Healthcare to a special treat with fellow Mommy Bloggers to learn more on how to better manage kids and adult asthma in a more efficient and effective way.
I know it’s been official for months now, but it’s rainy season again, though sometimes the sun beats down on us so hot it still feels like summer! Dengue is an all year round concern nowadays, and with the spreading of the JE or Japanese Encephalitis through mosquito bites,
As a homeschooling family, we’re always printing out something, whether it’s worksheets, lessons, or coloring pages for the little one. For work and for other family matters, we also utilize my 2 year old Canon Pixma printer for printing out forms, tickets, itineraries, etc. My trusty printer was the
My kids are known to have different severity of eczema. While you all know Joaquin’s eczema story, Jacob, my eldest son, also suffers from dry skin, bordering mild eczema. When he was around 5 years old, his skin displayed more eczema spots than before. Before, I’d just let him
Back when we had cable in our bedroom, I would always watch US Master Chef on Star World. I love the exciting surprises that every challenge brings to the aspiring Master Chef cooks! I also enjoy watching the kids version of the show, but there’s much more thrill when
With Jacob slowly loosing all (AND I MEAN ALL, he has lost around 8 so far!) his baby teeth since he was 5 years old, it’s so important to re-emphasize the importance of brushing his teeth. And when Wacky turned 2, we switched him from baby toothpaste to Colgate