Our Family Strategic Planning meeting for 2018 took place, and we came up with something new for our fam! Check it out!
My family and I had our February 2015 family meeting today. It was the first family meeting we had since our strategic planning meeting last January 1. Holding regular family meetings is a good idea because allows your family the opportunity to sit down as a group to discuss issues and incidents that are important […]
Last year, my wife, Catherine, and I, instituted a technology policy in our home to police and guide our children. We felt the need to create and maintain this policy because we were observing our children spending a lot of time of their devices, and choosing to stay home to play, instead of participating in […]
For #YouDayTuesday, I offer a different take on the Bible that you or your sons may enjoy. The Action Bible is the Bible in graphic novel format, presenting 215 stories from the Word of God in chronological order. I recently bought it as a present for Nathan and he’s really devouring this book! The Action […]
At the start of every year, my wife, my two children, and I celebrate the new year as a family. This year, we drove up to Tagaytay and stayed at the PHINMA Training Center, a quiet and secluded Tagaytay facility that was perfect for our family’s Strategic Planning meeting. This year marks the second year […]
The past few days have been difficult. Last weekend, my kids’ two nannies decided to hie away from our employ. They put my daughter, three-year-old Nicki, to bed, then left six-year-old Nathan, who was watching television, packed their bags, and left. No “Thanks for having us,” no tearful goodbyes, nothing. They up and left our […]
Today, my wife, son, and I joined over 50 of our colleagues from the church in the Philippines where I work, for a fun day of environmentally aware activities at the Zoobic Safari Nature Park in Subic, Olongapo. The almost three-hour drive, while hardly difficult, certainly tired me out even upon arrival there, and suffice […]
Korean telenovelas show a lot of piggybacking. My wife likes Korean telenovelas. I, therefore, want to piggyback my wife to show her my appreciation of her. It isn’t as hard as it looks. She’s quite light.
My life revolves around four people: my God, my wife, my son, and my daughter. I blog about Cathy and Nathan all the time; It’s only fair I tell you a little bit about the other girl in my life, my two-year-old, Nicola Jean, or Nicki. As of the moment, Nicki is a polar opposite […]
Today, my five-year-old son, Nathan, and I volunteered for the Real Life Feeding Program of the Real Life Foundation. Every Saturday, the Real Life Foundation invites volunteers to assist in a medical mission slash feeding program for over 150 malnourished children of Pasig City. For only PHP250/adult (PHP100/child if you’d like to bring a child […]