Archive for April, 2012
Women are naturally fond of shopping jewelries and accessories so shopping a wedding ring for a bride is just but an easy task. On the other hand, most men often times find this task a complicated one. The reason for this is that they are naturally simple and not so particular into details. They lack information or they’re clueless about the things or features to look for. The good thing about this is that grooms can get assistance in selecting mens wedding bands in jewelry shops through the expert advises of sales attendants. They can be briefed about the different finishes of metal wedding bands: polish, matte, satin or brushed. They will also be provided with different metal combination options. Engraved services may also be highly recommended. But more than the aesthetics of the wedding rings, the most important consideration for a couple is the ring’s comfortability when worn as well as the fitting.
Feeling so hot but you got no pool in the yard to submerge or dive in? Are your kids bored and feeling so hot in this summer’s unforgiving heat? One of the best ways to combat the heat and boredom of summer is by relaxing in an inflatable pool in your garden. Just buy an inflatable pool which abound now in the malls and toy stores, extend your flexible metal hose and fill it up with water and voila! You now have your own garden pool. Complete the instant swimming treat by having a lounge chair and table filled with delectable picnic treats like hotdogs, burgers and chips. Kids will surely love playing under the sun in your very own backyard pool. There’s no need to hit the road for long drives just to go to the beach.
Expo Mom is back! And what’s even better is that it will be a two-day affair! Double yehey! That means, more shopping time for us, shopaholic Mommies! Expo Mom 2012 will be held at Rockwell Tent on May 5-6 Saturday and Sunday. So save the date!
The theme for this year is Modern Motherhood. Find out what type of modern Mom are you and join the ongoing contest where you could win awesome prizes like a Flip HD video cam, Havaianas pairs, Mommy Matters wardrobe and products, Cisco wireless router, Childbirth Classes with Rome Kanapi (classes to be redeemed at 6/7 months pregnancy), Baby Couture diaper bag, Next9 baby sling, and many more!
I am an Earth-loving Mom because I cloth diaper my baby.
I’m soon to be a mompreneur! A new biz is underway. :excited:
I’m a Tech mom because I work and earn $$ through blogging.
I don’t see myself returning to the corporate world anymore because I’d rather be with my kids 24/7.
I breastfed my eldest for 2 years and 9 months. For my second child, we’ve been exclusively breastfeeding for almost 6 months now!
I’m one happy SaYa mom user here.
If you are looking for a worthwhile activity to get your kid busy with this summer, enrolling them in a music class is a smart idea. Check out Toddlers Unlimited’s (4F Festival Supermall) offering wherein they have a Dance Class for ages 3-8, Guitar Lessons for 6-14 years old, Voice Lessons for 7-14 years old and Piano Lessons for ages 7-14 years old. The summer program is entitled “Unleash the Star in You” and it aims to build up a child’s confidence and hone his skills in dancing, singing and playing musical instruments. This is a good foundation and enhance one’s interest and skills in music to a higher level. With an Ableton Software they may even come up with a composition of their own.
This is ongoing until the 31st of May. For more details, contact Mariel Santos-09151271074.
The last activity that my son’s school had before the school year ended was centered on the theme “Love Earth”. Each of students had planted a sunflower seedling and they brought it home last Valentine’s Day. At such a young age, it’s so nice to see my 4-year old son having a sense of responsibility for his plant. He constantly checks the plant whenever he steps out of the house and makes sure that it has been watered regularly. He also addressed it as “my plant” and even takes pride to let his playmates know that he has his own plant.
This inspired us to have more plants in our backyard. We bought a few wooden planters and transferred some branches of the existing ones we have to grow more. Our helper also planted some vegetable seedlings and herbs like tomatoes, pandan, sili and oregano. My son was so delighted seeing all these greens in our backyard. This is our own little way of showing our love for the earth.