Three Ways to Combat Developmental Delays in Your Toddler

The world can sometimes seem against you when you become a parent. You have debates raging on the interwebs, parenting groups coming up with new and interesting ways to be offended, and loved ones, or even acquaintances, voicing their two cents on how you should raise your kid. This gets worse when your toddler exhibits […]

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Lost Your Income? Here Are 6 Ways That Can Get Out of a Financial Crisis

Picture this: You now live alone in an apartment after coming out of school and landing your first job. You’re ecstatic with your newfound freedom. You’re elated to cater to your needs including paying rent and taking care of bills. Everything seems to be going well for you. Then, like the proverbial cookie, everything crumbles. […]

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iHomeschool Book Review

I am delighted to finally read a book on homeschooling written for Filipino families! Ms Nove Tan of  I Homeschool has compiled all the questions one might have on homeschooling. The why, the what and the how are discussed in great detail. Written in a personal tone from a mom’s heart to another, reading i […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Keeping a Bird as a Pet – Everything You Need to Know

Having a bird as a pet is not for every family. But if you are considering adopting a bird for a pet, there are a few things you and your family will need to know before bringing your new feathered friend home. From the cage, to what to feed your bird, you will find all […]

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Become a Frugal Franny: 5 Frugal Living Tips for Parents

The average American family spends more than $11,000 during the first year of a baby’s life. The total is almost $250,000 by the time a child is 18. Something new parents want to know is how to save money with a baby. Yes, it is possible to have a baby on a budget. Read on […]

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