I grew up drinking a glass of milk before bedtime. It’s also the practice my boys have adapted. Thanks to my eager mom who would always reemphasize the importance of milk to one’s growth and development.
Not all milk products, though, are equal.
Pregnancy is a beautiful period for every woman. However, it’s not without its fair share of low moments. Swollen feet, cravings, weight gain, nausea, and lower back pain are just among the few challenges the expectant women experience.
Luckily, some remedies can help relieve some of these problems. Lower back, in particular, is common in almost all women because of the increasing body weight, poor posture, and stress among other factors. Quite a number of remedies are available for this problem including the choice of mattress.
Generally, even while not expectant, the quality of mattress that one picks is crucial since it could lead to lower back pain, therefore, compromising the quality of sleep.
Our SumoSam will turn one this July. My mom is nagging me to look for a place where we could celebrate our little one’s special milestone. I repeatedly told her we will not party the way how we celebrated our Little One’s first birthday. First, we’ve got three boys in high school and our priority is tuition fee. Second, we could always have pancit for long life at home.
My mother is still insistent. She wanted a birthday party for her youngest grandchild.
Luck must be on my side that I got to learn about a new pizza branch near our place that offers the party package I just need.
Kids’ formative years are some of the most important in their lives. It is a period when the groundwork is lain for what type of person they will become as adults. Parents and the way they raise their offspring is important in this endeavor, but kids spend the larger part of their day in school. That’s when the teacher steps in.
Most of us have precise memories of the people who shaped our lives. We often find ourselves falling back on advice we once received from a favorite or maybe not so favorite teacher. Perhaps it was thanks to a particular teacher that we pursue our current line of work. Whatever it is, it changed us, and hopefully, for the majority, the change was a positive one.
As adults, we like to think that we are the only ones with hectic lifestyles and obligations. But that is so far from the truth. Schooling may have been more rigid and strict when we were young, but that does not mean the younger generation has it easy. Kids can suffer from stress as much as we do.
I have a nearly three-year-old toddler. This mother thought we will never have issues with feeding him. He always has the appetite to eat almost anything. Until he became picky all of a sudden. He would just prefer to have his breastmilk. This gave me an idea how to keep him healthy despite his disinterest to eat.
We went to our favorite mall yesterday afternoon. My son had his fitting for a fashion show scheduled this Sunday. My ever supportive mom drove us to the place and even waited for us. In between, she shopped for new clothes. I saw a few of her choices were tight-fitting shirts and leggings.
Perhaps you have seen a number of individuals sporting pieces of clothing that fit tightly around the skin. Such garments are referred to as compression clothing. They recently have been surfacing as a popular trend amongst fitness enthusiasts aspiring to achieve quicker muscle recovery. These tight-fitting shirts, tops, tights, leggings or socks squeeze the muscles compactly. They are also known to increase performance during a workout and accelerate recovery post-workout.
Are you wondering why your child’s inquisitive about things? Does he ask a lot of questions? Can you notice the creative flair?
Growing kids have a natural proclivity toward addressing curiosity as they are young minds trying to make sense of things around them. Engaging youngsters early in the creative process is vital for their self-expression, emotional well-being, and mental growth. Today, we will share four handy tips to encourage creativity in our little ones.
Last night, the boys are nagging their father to watch the Avengers: Infinity War. I told them we will be going to Shangri-la Plaza this Sunday so they better check out if the flick is still showing there. My reason for having said that is because I would like my boys to watch the Sun Up to Showdown Fashion Show at the mall’s Grand Atrium. For sure, fashion lovers will be on the lookout for the summer’s hottest trends and must-have pieces to freshen up their wardrobe. As for this momi, I would want my boys to be in the know about the latest fashion and how one should carry himself.
My three boys are now in High School. They attend an all-boys Catholic school. Many times I’ve been to their school and I have seen how teenagers experiment with funny trends and join their peers in wearing tattered or skinny jeans. I would want my kids to learn what suits them and spare them those hilarious throwback photos.
I like this quote so much. Not because I am a mother but because I find it true especially when I look around and see my mother, my mom friends, and mom strangers. This line is what Shangri-la Plaza likewise believes in. Thus, our favorite Metro’s premier shopping destination makes everyone’s Mother’s Day celebration the most memorable with its month-long affair that is full of fun, fashion, food, and so much more.
It was also summer two years ago when we got to attend our first Maya Kitchen Baking Workshop. I remember that my then 10-year old boy was so stressed out because we were late. And he hates to be late for anything and everything he does. Anyway, the workshop not only taught us how to bake; we learned valuable lessons we can take with us wherever we opt to go. These are a cupful of confidence, trust, patience, and preparation. You may check the full narrative here.