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  • Babies & Toddlers,  Parenting

    A Solution To Pregnancy-Related Deaths

    There is a growing concern about the increasing mortality in relation to pregnancy. Statistics have showed that 230 out of 100,000 women died from pregnancy-related causes – said to be one of the highest rates in the world. But not too many have known that there could be a solution to lessen if not totally prevented this unfortunate situation to any family. Ferring Pharmaceuticals aims to help curb this growing concern, by bringing their 60-year expertise closer to home. With the official launch of their Philippine Headquarters in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Ferring further extends their commitment to address the growing concerns on pregnancy-related deaths via medicines and drugs that…

  • Babies & Toddlers,  Parenting,  Relationships

    Effects Of Being A Working Mom To Her Children

    There have been quite a lot of researches on the actual effects on young children of a working mother. Some would say that a stay at home mom do bring up normal happy children but if unwilling, she can suffer from depression and frustration. But is it really worth it to work outside home? Dr. George Brown in London thus found out on his research: * The children of working mothers did not often feel abandoned and unwanted, but were more likely to gain in feelings of independence and respect, with an enriched lifestyle, seeing their mothers as independent rather than dependent women. * There does not seem to be…

  • Babies & Toddlers,  Education,  Parenting

    Teaching Your Child The Value Of Money At Early Age

    As young as three years old, I already taught my eldest child the value of saving. At this early, she’s already aware of the basics of money. If not checking on my wallet, she actually asked me for some pennies. BUT, she is not asking for coins just to buy something she like… she wants to keep it. She told me that she’s saving to buy her little brother “a pair of shoes, bag, school uniform, and school supplies.” I laughed but touched by her sweet gesture. And then I told her that she cannot just ask for money from us or from anyone. Money should be earned by working,…

  • Babies & Toddlers,  Parenting,  Relationships

    Tempted To Hurt Your Child? Don’t Give The First Hit!

    There again his tantrums. He want this, he want that. He don’t like to eat this. He’s asking for that toy which annoys you more. And you’re already fed up. But do you need to shout make him stop? Or worst, hurt him to end it? Parents and guardians have different ways of disciplining their children. For impatient parents, they resorts to kurot, pingot, batok, sampal, palo sa puwet, gulpe de gulat, and mata lang ang walang latay. But when a child get used to such kinds of discipline, he will not be affected anymore by any violent discipline or ultimatum that you’d imposed to him. He become more hard-headed…