How We Got Zero Eggs But Still Came Home Happy

Last Sunday, through the generosity of a family friend, we joined an Easter Sunday program for kids held at one of the malls in town. A fee of Php300 was asked from would-be participants prior to the event. It boasted of a pirate show, face painting, snow cones, cotton candy, pop corn, and a 15-minute use of a “bouncy pirate ship.” The main activity though would be an easter egg hunt throughout the entire mall. This included establishments wherein you go in and search through their entire catalog (hopefully no one took anything besides the eggs).… Continue reading →

In a Child’s Eyes

I think as [young] parents, we often forget that our kids are growing up every second. Yes, we say “Daddy just needs to work” and be gone 9 hours every day (more if work is far from home) thinking it’s the norm and the kid forced to understand the context as an adult. But they are not adults. Let’s admit, it’s a compromise that takes a lot of toll on our kid’s growing up years and we know it. I often think that because my wife is a stay-at-home mom, she can pretty much cover for whenever I’m not around.… Continue reading →