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  • Babies & Toddlers,  Parenting

    My Baby Planet: A One-Stop Shop for all Baby and Mom Needs

    Running into one store from another and searching for all the things on your list for your baby needs would take much of your time and energy. Good thing that there’s a baby concept shop that provide all items that you need not just for babies but for Moms too. My Baby Planet is a unique baby concept store in the Philippines designed for parents with distinctive taste. It provides a one-stop shopping solution for hard to find specialty items for babies’ and moms’ from organic food to milk, vitamins, clothing, linens, toiletries, household products, cleaning aids, gadgets, furniture, toys and accessories. It aims to give an experiential shopping and…

  • Babies & Toddlers,  Health,  Parenting

    HINGA|HINGALO ni Baby: Fighting Child Mortality

    Nothing can be as painful as losing someone you loved and cared for. It’s more heartbreaking to many if an innocent life was helplessly lost. Many would agree that the death of a newborn is a tragic ordeal, especially for a woman who painstakingly held a life in her womb, a woman expecting to cradle a healthy infant in the arms of safety. Twenty-six year old Mira of Bulacan gave birth to twins who never got to see the light of day. Mira’s twins MJ and JM were lost to the world’s largest killer of babies: preterm birth complications. The thing with Mira and with most grieving mothers who had…

  • Babies & Toddlers,  Parenting

    Kids Knew Anger Management Too!

    I just love how my 3-year old boy manage my anger. When you’re starting to nag at him, he would say… “Mommy, ekis ang away.” (Fighting is a no no). Before, he would ask “Mommy, lab mo ako?” (Mommy, do you love me?) When he thinks you’re really angry, he would cry (and he glimpses to know your reaction!). If you pretend not to cake, he would hug you tight and will not let go until you say, “hindi na ako galit.” (I am not angry anymore). And then, he would follow whatever you told him. Kids were different, of course. But I am glad to have a mature and…

  • Babies & Toddlers,  Parenting

    Home As The First Training School For A Child

    The greatest influence on a child’s intellectual development and social interactions came first from his family. Although teachers at school could try their best for a child to learn, lacking of initial steps that family members should provide could sound like this situation… Teacher: (Looking at Denise’s painting.) What a lovely picture. Tell me about it. Dust: Dog. Teacher: A nice dog. Is it yours? Dust: Yes. Teacher: What sort of a dog is it? Dust: (No answer.) Dust is five and he should have been able and well practiced to talk freely about his ideas. Dr. Joan Freeman, a child psychologist, said that Dust’s another problem is his inability…