Archives for May 2011

GMA Is Launching Their Newest Epic Teleserye: AMAYA

Tonight, GMA will air its first epic teleserye starring Ms. Marian Rivera. I had the honor of watching its pilot episode the other night and I must say that this teleserye is worth watching for the following reasons: 1. A part of the Filipino history and culture is being brought to us in stunning visual […]

Crocs Mega Sale on June 2011 at The NBC Tent

The most anticipated sale of the year is due on June 9-12, 2011 at the NBC tent in Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City. They will offer upto 90% discount on all crocs design. Citibank card holders will get free admission while the others have to pay a very minimal fee of P50 per person. The tent […]

A Pinay Mom’s Thoughts on K+12 Education in The Philippines

It was late last year that the proposal to pursue K+12 education in the Philippines was publicized. K+12 is Kindergarten plus 12 years in Elementary and High school, to be precise that would be Kinder, Grades 1-6 (elementary education), Grades 7-10 (Junior high) and finally Grades 11-12 (Senior high). The Department of Education is proposing […]

Keeping Their Baby’s Gender A Secret

Have you heard of the baby Storm? The child was born in New Year’s day and the parents decided to keep Storm’s gender a secret because the parents believe that it is – “a tribute to freedom and choice in place of limitation, a stand up to what the world could become in Storm’s lifetime […]

May Is Moving Up Day

In a few days we’re literally moving up! We’re transferring to a bigger condo unit that’s one floor above where we currently live. Minor renovations are on going on our future unit and I was told it’ll be ready by weekend. It’s really exciting moving on to a bigger space and getting “new” furnitures and […]

Samsung 2View Camera Giveaway Promo

Troy’s out of the country and he brought with him our one and only digital camera. I am left with my Samsung camera phone which of course can’t compare to the quality of a digital camera. I wanted to buy another camera for myself (and Peaches) but budget is tight and enrollment is around the […]

San Miguel Great Food Club’s First Stop: Salcedo Market

San Miguel Great Food Club’s Weekend Market Roadshow started last May 21, 2011 at the Salcedo Market. I was there to witness the fun and exciting event. I was with fellow Mommy bloggers who were all very excited to learn more easy recipes to whip for our families. We were told it was a family […]

Chikka Brings The World Live Chat & Live Music

  Chikka has been giving us the opportunity to send free text messages to our loved ones from all over the world since the year 2001 to present. Chikka continues to give us only the best innovations to improve their services. Throughout the years, they developed from a small online community to a large and […]

UNICEF Philippines To Launch First Fundraising Online Auction

UNICEF Philippines is launching its first fundraising online auction entitled Auction for Action: A UNICEF Fundraising Online Auction to benefit children’s programs in the Philippines and worldwide ( goes live on 25 May 2011). This unique online auction in partnership with Ayala Malls, and Cibo brings together works of reputable artists in art, design, furniture, fashion, jewellery and photography along […]

Being Ahead With Ahead Tutorial and Review Center

My sister in law, Anna is a junior at Poveda and a few nights ago I heard her expressing her interest in enrolling at AHEAD tutorial and review center in preparation of her college entrance test. I admire the girl for  taking the initiative on making necessary preparations for her upcoming college entrance tests. After […]

Is Your Preschooler A Pre-reader?

Does your 3-year old say STOP when she see’s a red traffic light? Does she “read” symbols that she see everyday? Well, your preschooler is on the right track! She’s a pre-reader.   A Pre-reader is usually a preschooler or a kinder. They began to recognize letters as symbols and thus “read” them. This is […]

Are Girls’ Dresses Becoming Sexier?

I’ve read about a research study by people from Kenyon College in Ohio stating that almost 1/3 of the girls’ dresses sold on stores today are deemed sexy. Do you agree? Sure I see girls’ dresses on stores that I think are inappropriate for my daughter’s age but the question is, do I buy those? […]

Traveling And Motherhood

I love to travel to places I have never been to and to even travel back to places I’ve been a dozen times. But my recent out of the country trip woke me up on the hard fact that Peaches does not understand the meaning of traveling. For her it’s getting left behind and it […]