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Because food is life. 😁

It would probably take me forever to write a blog post about our dining experience since I still have a lot of backlogs (sorry naman). So I'll just share for now photos I took during our dinner at Man Ho, a chinese restaurant inside Marriot Hotel. Ang sarap ng food. 😊 
Looking back at some of the pictures I took from our recent staycation at @manilamarriott 😊 In-room dining is such a great way to enjoy our wonderful stay in the hotel. No need to dress-up and go to the resto or the near mall for a bite. Just call the front desk and order. Their team brings to your room your food, table, plates, and water. Easily charge it to your room and pay when you check out.

Yummy tignan, ano? Mas masarap yan sa personal 😊

Always. 😊

Our 3-year-old Little Z has started Kinder 1 homeschool this school year and just like her Kuya V she always asks for milk with snacks during our homeschool breaks.

Earlier this year our family started drinking @arla_ph Organic Powdered Milk Drink as a small but very important change in our diet. Aside from milk, we try our best to select organic food in the supermarket when we do our bi-monthly groceries. Organic foods are made without chemicals, pesticides, no GMOs, or any additional additives. Because it is 100% European organic certified, our family gets 100% safe and 100% natural milk.

Did you know that Arla Organic Powdered Milk has 50% more protein compared to the leading brands?

It also has only a third of sugar content! With Arla Organic Powdered Milk we are assured that it is all-natural, fresh, and has creamy taste. Z likes it best when served cold!

Now your family can make a healthier choice too with Arla Organic Powdered Milk. It is the most affordable organic milk choice available at supermarket for only 75 pesos per liter! Packs are also available in 2, 4, and 6 liters.

Visit www.arla.ph to learn more.

#GoOrganic #ArlaPH #ArlaOrganic
What you think, you become. So let's fill our thoughts with the good things and pray fervently for our requests. Our amazing Father in Heaven is listening.

The Academic Booksellers Association of the Philippines (ABAP) presents the 23rd Philippine Academic Book Fair slated on July 24 – 26, 2019 from 10:00 A.M. – 8:00P.M. at the Megatrade Hall 1, Building B, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.

The  Philippine  Academic  Book  Fair  is  the  country’s  only  book  fair  which  focuses  on  the  education market. It is a B2B event that gathers major publishers and distributors from all over the Philippines that showcases  the  latest  academic books,  references,  Filipiniana  and  Catholic  books,  magazines,  journals, educational  video  and  audio  materials,  publishing  aids,  electronic  references  and  other  materials  for academic institutions at the most reasonable prices. The book fair will attract academicians, educators, students and the general public from all over the country and the region itself.

Since Bunso was born, we don't do twinning outfits anymore. Nakakamiss din... Almost a twinning last weekend by wearing red dresses (the whole clan wore red). Any online store you can suggest that sell mom-and-daughter outfits good for a 4-year-old? Up to toddlers size yung kid partner clothes na nakikita ko eh.

Yesterday we went out for a field trip at the University of the Philippines National Institute of Geological Sciences. The museum tour and hands-on activity was spearheaded by a homeschool mom who is a geologist herself. The parents and kids learned with fellow homeschooling families.

My bagets had a great time that even our 3-year-old Z and 2-year-old Bunso dug some fossils. 😊

Our Kuya V said his favorite parts were getting a rock sample and seeing the tusk fossil of a stegodon that was found in Rizal. He wants to be a paleontologist someday and I explained to him that he needs to study geology as well if he wants to be a scientist.

My favorite photo is this augmented reality sandbox (first pic). It is an interactive sandbox exhibit utilizing 3D visualization equipment and applications to show relief and topography. 😊

We were out of town for a few days to celebrate and be part of our friends' wedding, to enjoy time with friends and their families, and have some bonding time with our kids. Learning doesn't stop even if we are on the road.
Kuya V learned about regions, provinces, Taal lake, wedding traditions, and even photography! He took some pics using my camera and I'm happy that he is progressing. He also took some time to work on Math and logic exercises.
Pretty Z was scared but still watched the insects in Tagaytay and Batangas. She also enjoyed listening to the croaks of the frog after swimming at Club Ananda in Sandari Batulao. We were also able to touch on phonics (stuffs we brought along) at our hotel room.
Our Bunso had fun running around and touched a pine tree. He enjoyed identifying colors of cars on the road. He also joined his siblings looking at insects and flowers. They also watched some birds fly in Caleruega.
Today we went out for a field trip and will be a different kwento. 😁
The world is our classroom. 😊
Brunch. 😊
No dramas.
We're on the road for a few days so I packed these for the toddlers. Cloth activity books and alphabet-phonics card I downloaded from @thisreadingmama 😊