Visiting the Presidential Car Museum at the Quezon Memorial Circle

22 August 2018

Last August 19, the Presidential Car Museum was opened to the public.  It is located at the Quezon Memorial circle and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays 8AM to 4PM.  Admission is FREE.

Today, we went for a visit and check out what's in store for you! :)

2018 National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation (NDPR) Week

26 July 2018

Actually, the NDPR week was originally scheduled for July 17-23.  Unfortunately, the Philippines was beseiged by typhoons and strong southwest monsoon rains which led to the suspension of classes during most of this week.

They were only able to do their Arts and Crafts activity on Thursday and the rest of the activities were scheduled today.  Dylan spent the past couple of days practicing with his other SPED schoolmates for a dance routine they were scheduled to perform for everyone. :)

The NDPR week is meant to spread awareness about the different disabilities, like Autism, Hearing Impairment, Intellectual Disability among others and to help people understand that "We are Different, But Not Less".

Ford Family Safety Day: Part 2 - For the Kids

2018 July 14

Today we joined in Ford Philippines' Family Safety Day at the Megatent Events venue in Quezon City.  This was part of Ford PH's Driving Skills for Life advocacy for educating drivers on smart, safe and fuel-efficient driving. 

This post is the Kids' version where the kids were taught some safety precautions on the road. 

Ford Family Safety Day: Part 1 - For Parents and Adults

2018 July 14

Today, we attended the Family Safety Day event sponsored by Ford Philippines in line with their Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) advocacy which aims to educate drivers on smart, safe and fuel-efficient driving.

This first part discusses the highlights of the seminar and the practical driving training.

I learned so much!

Dylan at the Shakey's Junior Pizza Master activity at Shakey's Espana

30 June 2018

Thanks to Augustine's Mama Daria, Dylan was treated to Shakey's Junior Pizzamaster activity and he had a great time creating his own pizza. 

For P499, kids are given their very own toque and apron, their individual ingredients and materials, a glass of iced tea and a certificate for completing the activity.  Also, they can either eat their pizza at the restaurant or bring it home with them.

The workshop is roughly 2 hours long.  After the kids create their pizza and the staff brings these pizza to the kitchen for baking, the crew entertains the kids with games where they can also win prizes. 

I can understand why they can't bring the kids to the ovens, it's just for safety consideration. :)

Anyway, we'll share the details for the rest of the post so read on! :)