Here’s How You Can Celebrate a First Birthday Without Throwing a...

By: Trisha Bautista These days, many first birthday parties can be comparable to a debut or even a wedding, what with the amount of money needed to fun a...

Bringing the Little One to the Office: How to Survive a...

By: Paula Cabrera Being a working mom has been one of the biggest (if not the BIGGEST) challenges of my life. I’m sure many of you can relate. As working...

7 Tips for Leaving Your Baby at Home for the First...

As a new mom who has carried her baby around with her for at least months, leaving your baby for the first time is a naturally nerve wracking experience....

8 Shocking Facts About Germs We Bet You Didn’t Know About

If you think you can protect your family from diseases by using any kind of soap, think again. Wherever you go, bacteria abounds. Many of these bacteria are...

Fast Facts about Dengue Fever and How to Protect Your Child

While the rainy season comes brings with it the delicious cuddle weather, it also comes with traffic, flooding, and an increased risk for dengue. Dengue is a tropical virus...

Use these Kindermusik Principles When You Play with Baby

By: Trisha Bautista Running out of ideas for entertaining and engaging your toddler? Consider enrolling them in early learning activities like Kindermusik, or apply the principles at home. There’s a...

Survival Tips for New Moms Getting Through The First Days

The experience of caring for a newborn is different for every woman. Some new moms ease into it as though they have been doing it their entire lives....

Father’s Day for the Fatherless: Celebrating Father’s Day Without Dad

By: Nina Malanay Most people cannot imagine Father’s Day for a single mom. But I can. It has been my reality these past years. In fact, this will be...

5 Simple Things You Can Do to Make Your Baby Daddy...

With Father’s Day only two days away, many moms are scrambling to find or buy ways to make the day for dads extra special. But really, men are...

Love=Time: Quality Time Ideas for Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers

By: Nina Malanay There is an adage that goes “Children, marriages and flower gardens reflect the kind of care they get.” And this couldn’t be more true. Investing in...
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