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I was luckily given this opportunity, together with 4 other moms, to be in a promotional video for Smart Parenting & Calpol Philippines, and I thought I’d share with you the crazy moments before all of this happened.
It was something I truly didn’t expect because when I attended the pre-interview, there were several times when my mind went blank!
To name one instance, when they asked me the simple question of sharing my special moments with Mia, I couldn’t think of any!
I was so tense, the only thing I managed to say was, Continue reading
Today I’d like you to meet Mommy Rana and her son Dwane.
I met Mommy Rana in 2015 and although it was only in a one-day seminar where we were both participants, I’ve learned a lot from her story and I’m glad she allowed me to share it here.
Dwane was first diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome (a mild form of autism) when he was 4 years old.
As a parent, it’s not easy to readily accept that your child has a lifelong disability so Mommy Rana took him to another neuro-developmental pediatrician for a second opinion.
Unfortunately, the 2nd doctor diagnosed him further with ADHD.
For a year, they had to stand against criticisms and the challenges of having a disorder. They had to transfer from one school to another and they were often alienated and called out for misbehavior.
Their story, however, took an interesting turn when they had him checked for the 3rd time. Continue reading
It was the opening night of Annie The Musical and we couldn’t be happier that our 2-month wait was finally done!
We availed of the 25% Early Bird discount last July and we were so excited for Mia to have her first theater experience as part of the audience.
We are big Annie fans and I remember a time when Mia would sing along with the movie soundtrack EVERYDAY. The whole playlist was our morning alarm clock and it never failed to Continue reading
Kids often throw tantrums at the mall because there’s something they can’t have. Yes? Yes.
A toy or a candy that we refuse to buy can suddenly turn our angelic and normally behaved ones into unmanageable kiddos, kicking and screaming on the floor.
But throwing a fit isn’t exactly the same for 4-year-old boy, Maji. Continue reading