My Archives: September 2004

Friday, September 24, 2004

We've been receiving mail lately from visitors to this site. I meant to respond personally and directly but due to some computer glitch, some of my newer e-mails have disappeared. So here are my replies. I apologize for not remembering your names nor your e-mail addresses but I am grateful for your messages. [more]
01:18 PM GMT+8

I know this is a bit short notice but for what it's worth, there will be a Baby Emergencies and First Aid Class tomorrow, Saturday, September 25, at the British School at Fort Bonifacio, Music Room. This will be from 9am to 12pm and the fee is at P250 per person. [more]
01:08 PM GMT+8

Monday, September 20, 2004

Does your kid have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) or do you suspect him or her to have ADHD? Do you want to learn more about ADHD and how you can help your kid? [more]
07:18 PM GMT+8

Friday, September 17, 2004

All parents, I suppose, worry about their kids being bothered by bullies. That is true, of course, assuming your kid is NOT the bully. Teaching our kids how to handle bullies is quite tricky. How do you teach your kid to survive and defend himself while making sure that he does not get the idea that to hurt another person is okay? [more]
06:58 PM GMT+8

Thursday, September 16, 2004

WHAT IS IT ABOUT? The story is about the experience of several animals who are caught in heavy rain. They hide under a single mushroom and although each animal starts out feeling cramped, they eventually have enough room for all. Then the sun comes out and shines... [more]
06:46 PM GMT+8

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

There were 33 girls (ok, ladies) out of a batch of 86 who came. Has it really been 20 years? Yes, it has been that long but looking around the room, I'd say the batch aged (well, everybody has to age...) pretty well. [more]
01:48 PM GMT+8

Friday, September 10, 2004

We were at the doctors last weekend and Monday for Ali's regular monitoring for Kawasaki Disease. Her 2D echo was normal and so the next one is scheduled in December 2004. That will be the last! [more]
06:54 PM GMT+8

Thursday, September 9, 2004

WHAT IS IT ABOUT? It's about Little Critter's family and the things that they do during Christmas. [more]
01:43 PM GMT+8

Wednesday, September 8, 2004

We bought some "SuperSavers" eggs (what is it about our entries and eggs these days?) the other time and my almost 8-year old son, Adi, saw it. He asked: "What does this mean, SuperSavers? Does it mean this is so expensive? That you have to save a lot to buy it?" [more]
06:41 PM GMT+8

Friday, September 3, 2004

It is the month of SeptemBER. You know what that means. In the Philippines, it's the official start of the Christmas shopping season. Yes, yup. Fiscal crisis notwithstanding, I'm sure you are still busy making your lists and checking them more than twice.

06:56 PM GMT+8

Thursday, September 2, 2004

WHAT IS IT ABOUT? The story is about two dinosaur friends, Mitchell and Margo. Mitchell becomes bored with staying in the same house for a long time and so he decides to move. Margo tries to keep him from moving away but he still proceeds. In the end, true friendship survives even Mitchell's moving away. [more]
06:56 PM GMT+8

Wednesday, September 1, 2004

You still have until September 5, 2004 to catch Lea Salonga's latest musical, called Baby, at the Meralco Theater. You may get your tickets at all Ticketworld outlets. For those in the Ortigas area, tickets are available at the National BookStore, Shangri-la Plaza branch. Best to call first though, just to make sure that tickets are not sold out yet. [more]
01:40 PM GMT+8

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