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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Start the year right with Nutri10 Plus Food Supplement for Kids

Hello everyone! Happy new to all of us! Wow, I'm sure the past few days (or should I say weeks? month? lol) have been very busy for mothers like me. December, as always is expected to be the busiest month of the year. And now that 2016 is fast approaching, let's begin the year with a blast! Let's leave all negative thoughts and experiences behind and be ready to face the year with head high. :)

Hey, if you think it's almost 2016 and you still can't decide what vitamin supplement to give your child, you may want for him/her to try Nutri10 Plus Food Supplement! And if you're undecided, here's the reason to consider to give it a try! ;)

1. Nutri10 is packed with Zinc. Zinc is a mineral that is essential to the body and is a constituent of many enzymes that permit chemical reactions to proceed at normal rates. Zinc is involved in the manufacture of protein (protein synthesis) and in cell division.

2. Nutri10 has CGF or Chlorella Growth Factor which is a nucleotide-peptide complex derived from a hot water extract of chlorella. It is made mostly of nucleic acid derivatives. Researchers have discovered that CGF is produced during the intense photosynthesis that enables chlorella to grow so fast. We can't deny this, most parents want their kids tall because "height is might" (lol). Even though genetic has something to do with our children's height, there are products like Nutri10 nowadays that can help aid your child's height.

3. Nutri10 has Lysine which is an amino acid (building block of protein). People use it to make medicine. Lysine is used for preventing and treating cold sores caused by the virus called herpes simplex labialis.

4. Nutri10 helps your child become "magana". Many parents worry about their kids being picky with food. We don't want that happening to our kids. Nutri10 is formulated to boost our children's gana with food. I remember one mom told me, "Lyn, salamat sa vitamins para kay MJ, sana may libre ding bigas! Ang takaw takaw nya na e!" hahahaha. Well, Nutri10 really did great on MJ's appetite, I should say. She was just kidding, lol. I'm sure we all would rather worry about looking for food for our kids than having kids who don't have appetite for the food we serve them. :)

Nutri10 is super affordable and is available now on major drugstores, run to your nearest pharmacy and ask for it, give it a shot, who knows, this can be the supplement that's "hiyang" for your kid. 

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Life Chapter Twenty Seven Page 1

Yesterday, Dec. 28th, I celebrated my 27th birthday and I can't thank God enough for all the blessings I received from Him! I'd like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who greeted me yesterday! Thanks for remembering (doesn't matter if FB reminded you, lol!). Yesterday was one of the busiest birthday I had.

1. Seranade
I was awakened early by the Bautista Church brethren who serenaded me. Thanks to my uncles, auntie, cousins and pastors for their lovely voices! You call it traditional but I really appreciated that! My wish to hear our pastor, Ptr Mario Indino preach again was granted on my birthday! And I thank him for reminding that I am bought with a price - not by silver or gold, but by the precious blood of Jesus.

2. Beaching with Family :)
My plan to be with family on my birthday was also realized (although with Beb missing as she's left here in San Mateo because she's schooling), we had a short trip to the beach again, and you know who the happiest fella was - NATE! haha.

My family is the greatest birthday gift I receive every time I celebrate my birthday ♥

3. Free Ride to the airport
Thanks so much to "the Indinos" who spent time to send me to the airport, I really appreciate it. But the truth is, I just went with them for convenience since they're going to Davao anyway! haha. These folks are a family to us for so many years already.

4. Safe travel home
I've already mentioned that we're in Tagum for about 3 weeks to spend time with family. Nate and I are finally back home and I am so thankful for the safe travel that we had. We arrived early at around 3 AM today. Ang lamig na dito sa San Mateo pag gabi! brrrr!

5. Greetings from friends and churchmates
To my Golden Shower Church ⛪who sent their greetings, thanks! This church will always have a special place in Dane and I's heart!

5. My ultimate birthday wish
This birthday would've been a lot different if Dane was with us. But it's OK, bawi nalang kami pag uwi. Dami naming birthdays na namiss at mamimiss pa. My wish to be able to teleport to Riyadh for an hour or two to celebrate our birthdays didn't come true! Hahaha.

I thank everyone who really made my day extra special! Some posts on FB are really great, I loved them. It's amazing to know that there are always people who will love and care for you no matter what!

I don't know why but I'm starting to forget my age! Hahahaha

"...Godliness with contentment is our great gain."

Thank you Lord!

Sunday, December 27, 2015

Sundayvotion: The Grace Of God

In the Bible, the grace of God is His loving favor toward fallen man. St. Paul has more to say about grace than any other Bible writer, opening every one of his epistles with the declaration: “Grace be unto you and peace.”

Little wonder, for he himself was God’s greatest demonstration of salvation by grace. In I Tim. 1:13,14, he says:

“[I] was before a blasphemer, and a persecutor, and injurious; but I obtained mercy… and THE GRACE OF OUR LORD WAS EXCEEDING ABUNDANT….”

After years of service and suffering for Christ, he declared:

“But none of these things move me, neither count I my life dear unto myself, so that I might finish my course with joy, and the ministry which I have received of the Lord Jesus, to testify THE GOSPEL [GOOD NEWS] OF THE GRACE OF GOD”(Acts 20:24).

Salvation is wholly by God’s grace, not partly by man’s works, for in Rom. 11:6 we read: “…if [it be] by grace, then is it no more of works: otherwise grace is no more grace.”

And in Rom. 4:4,5: “…to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt. But to him that worketh not, but believeth on Him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness.” Thus salvation is “not of works” but “unto good works” (Eph. 2:8-10). Good works is the fruit, not the root.

“All have sinned,” says Rom. 3:23 but, thank God, all may be “justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus” (Rom. 3:24).

Thus it is God’s purpose “that in the ages to come He might show THE EXCEEDING RICHES OF HIS GRACE in His kindness toward us through Christ Jesus” (Eph. 2:7).

"The Grace Of God" is taken from the devotional email entitled "The Grace Of God"  I received from Berean Bible Society. I claim no credit to this post. Just want to share this wonderful devotional to those who can read it. Be blessed!

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Happy birthday Love!

I wanna see that face that I've been missing so much, 
I wanna wrap my arms around your neck
I wanna welcome you back to the place where you belong
I wanna show you love has never left. 

When you come back home
I’ll be running out to meet you
When you come back home
You’ll find that I’ve never left you
You’ll see every wrong turn every bridge you’ve burned
It’s all forgiven and gone
When you come back home

Happy birthday to my one and only love. God bless you always. Praying for good health while you work. I love you so much!
Posted by Nilyn EC Matugas on Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Sundayvotion: Praising God in spite of all circumstances

Problems, trials and testings are used to either give us a lesson, test our faith or give us a chance to be better. We may not understand it now but in time, we will see that it's part of God's plan. I am deeply saddened by the news about a loss of a newborn nephew, but I will rejoice, I cannot question God and I never will. His plans are perfect. I can only see the then and the now but God can see the eternity past and eternity future. He knows what lies ahead and He's omniscient to even make a single mistake.

God's plans are greater than ours. No matter what happens He alone should be praised.

His promises are true:

1 Corinthians 10:13 KJV
There hath no temptation taken you but such as is common to man: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempted above that ye are able; but will with the temptation also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.

May we all have a blessed Sunday.

Friday, December 18, 2015


I am sooooo late in greeting December! It's always the busiest month of the year! Look, I almost have no post yet! haha! But before this month ends without posting (not sure if I could still post for this month), let me greet you all a very HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

Wow,  who would've thought that it's that time of the year again! I can't imagine how fast the time zooms! It's overwhelming and incredible.

I know everybody's uber busy by now thinking about their gifts, some may have already been done wrapping it, going to parties or to church. It's a time to be with loved ones and family. But this year is a whole lot different for us now that Dane can't be with us. My husband works abroad and will have to celebrate the holidays at work with his new-found friends. I hope they'll still be able to have fun even if they're away from their loved ones.

December is always "our" month too. It's the month with the most celebrations for Dane and I. How's your December so far? Here's what we did and what we will be doing for the rest of the month.

To Tagum!!! - earlier this month, in December 3rd to be exact, Nate and I flew to be with my family here in Tagum City. Thanks to my job, I can work anywhere as long as I have a stable and reliable internet connection.

Wedding Anniversary ♥
- It was our 3rd year as married couples. We aren't together but we made sure to greet each other and tell each other of our love. We reminded ourselves that this is just temporary and that someday, we'll be together again. We told ourselves to stay strong and keep the faith to God and to each other while we are on this journey of being away.

7 yrs & 2 months - Haba happy 86 months my love!!! Yesterday was our 7 yrs and 2 months of togetherness. Yes, we still celebrate our monthsary. lol! ♥

Meetings & Reunion Preps - My friends and I are helping each other out in organizing and preparing for our upcoming reunion, it's been 10 years since we graduated HS. WOW! (and I'm not a tertiary graduate yet?! why o why?! haha!). Tomorrow, we'll try to visit some of our classmates and invite them to join our reunion so more can attend. I really hope for the success of this reunion and I hope our mentors can come and attend. I think it'd be cool and fun to meet my old friends again.

Church Thanksgiving Day - On December 20th, our church will have its annual thanksgiving day. Sadly, we will not be there to celebrate but I'm sure it's going to be a day of praises, thanksgiving, fun and worship to God.

Hubby's birthday!
My labidabs will turn 20 something on Dec 23rd! And again, will be celebrating it far away from us. But it's fine, para sa ekonomiya! pak! titiisin ang lungkot! hahaha!

Church Year End celebration - On Dec 25th, the church where we worship now will have its annual year end celebration. Yes, it's the best time to honor God on the day others most commonly know as Christmas. :)

HS reunion - this is going to be our first, so I am so excited for this! lol! I'm excited to see my mentors, my classmates and my old friends. Gosh, it's too difficult to organize a reunion because everyone have their own life and jobs already, each one has different schedule and off pa. It's so much different in HS. Pag nagkayayaan dati, cutting class lang, gora na! haha. But now, can't do that anymore. Sigh! HS life. lol!

Mah birthday! ♥ - wow, I'm going to be another year older again! hahaha! I'll turn 27 on Dec. 28th. Wow... I'm getting older! lol!

Back to Manila!!! - the night of my birthday, Nate and I will be back to Manila. Bye to Tagum for now and see you again. ♥

New Year's Eve - thankfully, my boss gave me an off for New Year's eve this year! I can celebrate New Year with Nate. It would've been so much happier with Dane around too but it's OK, bawi nalang pag uwi nya.

Too many events, so many things to do, so little time and budget! bwahahaha! how's your December so far? I bet you're as busy as me!

Thursday, December 17, 2015

4 Tips to help your child take his vitamins

As parents, we know that not all kids like vitamins. Some moms are lucky not to have any troubles making their children take their vitamins, while some are unfortunately finding it a very difficult and challenging one.

Because I was exclusively breastfeeding Nate for 6 months, giving him vitamins was also a challenge for me back then since he wasn't used to any other flavor other than my breast milk. We had several trial and errors and sometimes, I would get frustrated specially when I see him spit out everything, or cry every time he sees the dropper and vitamin bottle.

Dietary supplements are very important for our children. They supply the vitamins that our kids don't get from the food they eat. If you are like me, these tips may help you make your child take that vitamins!

1. Hide it!
Most moms find this a very helpful way in making their kids take their vitamins. Some moms hide it using juices, yogurt, and smoothies. Sweets are perfect disguise to make kids not even notice there's vitamins in the drink they're enjoying! lol!

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2. Try Chewables
Many kids have no problem taking chewable vitamins. To them these are like candies so they loooove it! Most of them will even ask for another one! lol! I've never tried this on Nate but I know some kids who are taking chewable vitamins instead.

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3. Try a different brand
In the Philippines, it's most commonly known as "hiyang". Since each child is different, how they react with the vitamins also vary. There are brands that our mommy friends suggest that we try and we see it works very well on their kids so we want to give it a try too. But what works for other kids may not work for your kid. So it's best to try another brand if you think your child isn't "hiyang" on the vitamins he's currently taking.

4. Try liquid vitamins
Liquid vitamins are the ones most commonly used and are very popular in the market. It's the safest, most effective and easiest way to give to our kids. Most of these vitamins have flavors that your kids will surely love.

One of the cheap but effective liquid vitamins to try is Nutri10 Plus food supplement. It is a sports active formula riched in Lysine, Zinc, Taurine and CGH which are effective in helping our kids be "aktibo't-magana". Nutri10 comes in a sweet ponkan flavor that your child will like!

The moms whom I gave this product to try out on their kids are giving this product a thumbs up!
If you are still thinking of a vitamin to use for your kid, you might want to give Nutri10 a try.

Sunday, December 13, 2015

Sundayvotion: That Blessed Hope

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For believers in Christ it would be the most blessed of all if this year turns out to be the year of our Lord’s coming for His own. How long the present dispensation of grace will be prolonged we do not, and cannot, know. Even St. Paul, who was commissioned to make known the glorious truth of the rapture of the Church, did not know. He never dreamed that God would linger in mercy for more than 1900 years, for in I Thes. 4:16-18 he says:

“We who are alive and remain unto the coming of the Lord, shall be caught up…”

Thus instructed Bible-believers in every generation since his day have rightly been on the alert for their Lord to come for them, for they know that “the days are evil” and every hour is an hour of grace.

To the Philippians the Apostle wrote: “We look for the Savior,” to the Thessalonians: “[Ye]… wait for His [God’s] Son from heaven,” and to Titus he says that we should be “looking for that blessed hope, and the appearing in glory of …our Savior, Jesus Christ” (Phil. 3:20; I Thes. 1:9,10; Tit. 2:11-13).

With the Lord’s coming and the close of “the dispensation of the grace of God” so much nearer than it was in Paul’s day, we say to the unsaved: “Receive not the grace of God in vain…. Behold, now is the accepted time; behold nowis the day of salvation” (II Cor. 6: 1,2).

And to the saved we say: “Buy up the time,” take advantage of every opportunity to win the lost to Christ, for “the days are evil” (Eph. 5:16) and the day of grace may soon be brought to a close.

"That Blessed Hope?" is taken from the devotional email entitled "That Blessed Hope"  I received from Berean Bible Society. I claim no credit to this post. Just want to share this wonderful devotional to those who can read it. Be blessed!

Saturday, December 12, 2015

Miles Apart on our Wedding Anniversary

Today is the first of the upcoming 2 anniversaries we will celebrate apart. Today, Dane and I celebrates our 3rd anniversary. Woooot! Thank you Lord! I am so happy that I have him as my husband. He's God's perfect partner prepared for me.
Happy 3rd wedding anniversary to my dearest spouse. I love you 'til my last breath. May God keep you and bless you while you're away. We love you always. 

From miles away,

Wifey and Nate

Today, nothing special happened but we greeted each other and we know that even if we're miles apart, nothing has changed - that we both love and cherish each other.

My only wish is that we'll continue to stay strong and focused on our goals while we're away and that God will bless us while we work apart. Also, that I will be a good mother and example to my son while I temporarily raise him alone.

Since we're away, the internet has been our main source of communication. And no matter how busy he was, the he didn't miss greeting me.

Thank you Lord for sustaining and keeping us.Three years is not easy, but we know You're in control.happy 3rd year my...
Posted by Daniel Matugas on Friday, 11 December 2015

Thursday, December 10, 2015

RestoReview: Get to Know the Woodchuck House

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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck 
If a woodchuck could chuck wood
A woodchuck would chuck all the wood he could 
If a woodchuck could chuck wood!

Does this sound familiar to you? It is to me. It's a tongue twister I learned when I was in High School and it feels good to be able to remember this tongue twister! It's been a decade since I last read this! lol! Thanks to Woodchuck house, this restaurant not only gave me a good food experience, it also took me back to my younger days. :)

Let's talk a look at this 3-month old restaurant, shall we?

The restaurant Name
Woodchuck house came up with the name because of the nature of woodchucks. During winter, they would dig deep in the ground to find a warm, cozy home. This is exactly what they want for their restaurant to happen. Being that it is located in a place that's not readily accessible for public vehicles, they wanted Woodchuck house to be their customer's "home" where they can feel warmth and secured.

image source: Seafarer's Wife Diaries
Woodchuck house is your home away from home which can be your next food stop choice, who knows, right? :) It serves lots of home-made recipes that your mom may have served while you were growing up. But these are not the ordinary, these are those with twists you may have not tasted before yet.

The owners
We were greeted with very young and accommodating restaurant owners, Ace and Christian who made sure that our stay and experience is worth remembering.

bloggers with Ace Gapuz, one of the owners (beside me)

Woodchuck house is owned and operated by three foodies named Bebs, Ace and Christian. Unfortunately, Bebs wasn't around when we were there but Ace and Christian were able to fill her up  during our stay. These folks, I'm telling you, are younger than me (again!). Gosh, I feel so old and hopeless, just kidding! I'm always in awe to see young people like them who already have a business of their own.

Born out of love
One pride that the owners have is that Woodchuck house is born out of love. Many volunteered to help them realize this business. Christian's mom was the one who made most of the recipes and trained their employees, while some of their friends offered the place and other services at a discounted price. They're blessed, aren't they! I hope for Woodchuck house to continue to expand!

photo credit: Woodchuck house FB page
Food offers
Now let's move on to the most awaited, mouth watering part - the food! haha. Currently, Woodchuck house offer breakfast servings, snacks, full meals and mocktails (which was just launched very recently and we were the first to try it, hehe). 

Here's what they have to offer:
All day breakfast: tapa & egg (Php 138)
All day breakfast: tapa & egg (Php 138)
DIY Panini with Iced tea (Php 168)
Pork adobo with mojos (Php 218)
Mom's best baked mac (Php 158)
Kare kareng baka (Php 248)
Crispy pork sinigang (Php 238)
Crispy pork sinigang (Php 238)
DIY mocktails (Php 78)
Mohito with soda water and fig leaves (Php 78)

Of all that I tasted, my faves are: 

1. Crispy pork sinigang - I've never tasted crispy pork sinigang before, I was surprised at first that the soup is served separately only to realize that pouring it is part of the experience. lol. I was so used to the regular pork sinigang that's ready and served altogether that when I tasted pork sinigang here, oh, it was the yummiest! It really satisfied my buds! And for me, I'd rather not mix the soup and the crispy pork, haha (mas maganda higup-higopin nalang ang sabaw).

2. Pork Adobo with Mojos - I love the potato side dish on this on the most! lol! But the meat tastes tender and juicy. I don't have a very sensitive taste bud so I can't really describe the taste but to me it is different from the usual pork adobo I tasted at home.

3. Kare-kareng baka - first I'd like to say I never liked the taste of kare-kare. I don't know why but I just felt that peanut butter and meat and vegetables don't go together. So when I first saw that there's Kare-kare served, I thought I just won't taste that. The thought of me eating rice with peanut butter soup is unimaginable. But they said that kare-kare tastes so delicious so I gave it a try. And to my surprise, this one tastes really good compared to the kare-kare I've tried before. Kudos!  Plus the bagoong served along with it is perfect to balance the little sweetness on the soup.

4. Mom's best baked mac - according to Ace and Christian, this is one of their pride. It was Christian's mom's recipe and what I can only say is that I love this soooo much! It's cheesy, it's and delightfully tasty.

These are just a few of the many they can serve you. Check out their restobar, you might love this newly opened store. :) Below is the list of what they offer to give you a quote of how much their prices are. 

Photo credit: Woodchuck house

And just recently, they launched their mocktails to perfect their bar side table. I did not get to taste most of it but the mohito tastes fine for me. I like the fact that these drinks are non-alcoholic because I don't drink alcohol, lol. But others may alcoholic beverages better, idk. 

 Many thanks to Ace and Christian for their warm accommodation and for letting us in their new source of inspiration - the Woodchuck house. I this store all the best as it continues to create yummy, instagramable and delectable dishes.

To know more about Woodchuck house, please check their store details below: 

Facebook Page:
Instagram Account: @woodchuckhouse
Location: The Square, 51 Magiting St. Teachers Village, Diliman, Quezon City
Operating hours:  Tue.-Thu. 07:30 AM -10:30 PM & Fri.-Sun. 07:30AM - 12:30PM
Contact#: 09178961618

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

We're in the South now! :)

If you're wondering where I might be, Nate and I are here in Tagum City! Wooooot! :) We left for Davao City on December 3, 2015, we're an hour and a half late (thanks Cebu Pacific! *insert sarcastic smirk here*) and we arrived here in Tagum at around midnight with Nate and my brother.

So happy to finally be home again. I have so many things to share! lol! But I'm gonna have to park that for now 'til I come back home. It's a bit busy here catching up with Nate and family (and still working at the same time).

If there's one thing that I love about working home-based, it's the fact that I can book a flight at anytime, and work anywhere. I have to say Globe is doing a lot better here in Tagum City compared to where we live! I guess it's because there's just a few Globe LTE users here, I don't have kaagaw. haha.

How's your December so far? I'd love to hear from you! :)

Good morning from our humble abode. :) #family #loves

Sunday, December 6, 2015

Sundayvotion: Grace Not Earned

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Have you ever noticed that God does not hold the great men of Scripture up to us because of their personal goodness? Almost invariably their records are marred by failure and sin, but God bids us look at their faith, to see what their faith did for them. Even those who lived consistently good lives are not held up to us for their personal worth, because God knows their imperfections. Thus Rom. 4:2,3 says:

“For if Abraham were justified by works, he hath whereof to glory– but not before God. For what saith the Scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness.”

And Verse 6 goes on to say about David:

“Even as David also describeth the blessedness of the man unto whom God imputeth righteousness without works.”

This is because man cannot live a life good enough to make him acceptable to God, for with God only perfection is good enough. One sin spoiled the earth; God will not allow one sin to spoil heaven too. This is why in grace He gave Christ to die for our sins and to pay the just penalty for us. Because of the all-sufficient payment of Christ in our behalf, God can now be “just, and the Justifier” of those who place their faith in Christ (Rom. 3:26).

The famous eleventh chapter of Paul’s letter to the Hebrews bears out the fact that salvation, or acceptance with God, is obtained, not by human effort, but by faith. This great chapter on the heroes in God’s “Hall of Fame,” begins with the words: “For by it [faith] the elders obtained a good report,” and then goes on: “By faith Abel …,” “By faith Enoch…,” “By faith Noah…,” “By faith Abraham…,” etc., and closes with the declaration:

“…these all…obtained a good report through faith…”

"Grace Not Earned?" is taken from the devotional email entitled "Grace Not Earned"  I received from Berean Bible Society. I claim no credit to this post. Just want to share this wonderful devotional to those who can read it. Be blessed!

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Playhouse Review: Powerville Fun Rides FUNLAND

Last Saturday, my brother and I suddenly decided to go to SM San Mateo to do just whatever we can think of doing when we get there since it was both our off. We left at around 6:30 PM at home with Nate. When we were already there, I decided to take Nate to his favorite car in the Playhouse we’ve visited last thanksgiving.

When we were there, I decided to get some tokens for us to use. However, while we were playing, I found something else: a huge Funland at the back with so many balls on it that I’m sure Nate will love. So, I decided to go there and register Nate and us. Good thing they allow 2 guardians, I took my brother with me (let’s just talk about the rates later, lol!).

This view attracted me right away! lol!
So far, this place is the widest playhouse Nate and I have ever been. It’s got 4 slides, 1 trampoline, 2 pools (don’t know what it’s called but it looks like a pool filled with balls! Haha) – 1 smaller and one a lot bigger, a make believe room and many more.

Of course, where would I expect Nate to go first other than to the balls? Lol! The moment he stepped on the entrance door, I could see how amazed he was with what he saw! And that alone, makes parents like me very happy already. So, he swam through these balls laughing and giggling enthusiastically! My brother and I stayed sitting down at first until we saw one adult playing with her sister like a little kid so we thought – “ah, pwede pala maglaro! Haha”. So we both lied down and played with Nate. We were so happy too! Haha. Gosh, we never had this when we were kids! haha! It's so much fun!
The kid by age and kids by heart - all having a great time! 
Before our time was up, we went inside the “make believe world”, it’s got 4 little corners – one was a grocery store, the other one was a hospital bed, a baby nursery and a carpenter’s place. It helps kids who love ‘play pretend’. They can be a nurse, a doctor, a carpenter and a grocery cashier in that room. Many children loves to stay in that room too.

The make believe world (some is feeling like a cashier! haha)
30 minutes was more than enough for us, we were all exhausted after our time was up and Nate was yawning. We ate supper in one of the fastfoods inside the mall and we went home with smiles on our faces and I was happy about that “unplanned” mall visit.

1. Place is huge; it can accommodate a lot of kids

2. Playhouse looks clean and well maintained, it has a personnel who looks after the kids, who’s acting like a lifeguard, he secures safety of the kids.

3. So many things a child can do in this playhouse, no child will envy someone for playing a thing because there are many others they can play with.

1. Rate was a bit pricey for me (since I’m purita! Haha). The rate is at 120 per 30 mins, 70 php per guardian. This is the first playhouse I’ve been that requires guardians to pay. I think that is fine to do that for older children but for those children who really need a guardian like 4 y/o and below maybe, they shouldn’t be requiring a fee for a guardian.

2. The personnel aren’t extending help. When we were already outside, I realized Nate lost his new hat (it’s very important to me because I had it customized for him and Dane). When I asked if they can’t find it, I didn’t get an immediate assistance because I was told they were busy. Then I was later told to go back the next day, they’ll just let me know if they find it. I was thinking that they don’t really care and someone might get the hat first before letting they could, so I went back and told them I’ll find it myself if they let me back in. Thankfully, they let me in, and before I could get inside again, one of the ladies found the hat. So yeah, she could’ve done it earlier and I would really appreciate it, other than have me leave and just come back for it. I did not feel their sincerity to help their customers; they were more focused on their own tasks that they need to get done.

PHOTOS, PHOTOS! (of course! haha)

busy fella
Happy kiddo!
Nate & Tito

balls! woooh! 
trampoline! ♥

"me time" hahaha!
Without thinking about the hat that I lost, I would say we had an awesome time and I’ll definitely go back there with Nate next time. It’s fun to be able to play with him. His laughter is like music to my ears, always! I hope we could go back there again soon. Nate surely had fun!

Dia pa oh! :) Lipay ang bata pero mas lipay ang inahan. Hahaha.

Slides! Hahaha

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