My husband, being in service, follows a crazy schedule—with work days that extend beyond 5 p.m. and duty on holidays (yep, even on Christmas day!). But despite our busy schedules, we try our best to spend as much quality time as we can with the minis. Because more than the roof on their heads, the food on the table, or the toys they play with, time is the most valuable thing we can give our children.
The time we spend with them doesn’t need to be grand all the time. We don’t need to go on expensive vacations to create wonderful moments with our kids or buy expensive toys and gadgets to make them “happy.”
Our bonding moments with the minis are mostly made up of simple moments made wonderful because we, their parents, were there with them. And we always make sure we aren’t just there physically, but that we are present. Such activities include painting and crafting sessions, gardening, long walks, and sometimes, just simply cuddling. Most of the time, it gets messy, but what can we do? We’re making precious memories!
But having fun with our kids won’t be possible if they are always sick, right? That’s why it is important to keep our little ones healthy or, if they do get sick, to treat them with the safest and most effective cure.
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To celebrate our best moments with our children and a healthy, cough-free childhood, Pambatang Solmux 200mg invited moms (and dads) to share how they create moments with their children on Facebook. Last November 23, as a culmination activity, parents and kids came together in the Best MOMents event at The Mind Museum.
Hosted by DJ Delamar Arias, moms, dads, and children were treated to fun activities with awesome prizes.
What my family and I really enjoyed, however, are the experiments conducted by Asia, one of the scientists from The Mind Museum. The Princess couldn’t stop raving about the “soda volcano,” as she calls.
To end the event, we were all invited to explore The Mind Museum. It was my family’s first time to visit and the minis were so amazed that they kept running all over the place because they couldn’t decide where to start! 😀
It was tiring running after the minis, but the Pambatang Solmux 200mg’s Best MOMents event has got to be one of the best bonding opportunities we had with our little ones.
How about you? How do you create best moments with your little one? Share your story in the comments section below.
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I very much try to give the tykes my attention and try to be present, and you’re right on the money when you say that it’s the best thing we can give to the kids 😀
Wow you had the chance to check out The Mind Museum for free? Nice! 🙂 I’ve been there twice since the company where i’m with now is one of the builders of The Mind Museum. But I still wasn’t able to bring my daughter there. She would definitely have so much fun! 🙂
Being a stay-at-home mom, I always make sure that I attend to my kids needs and be there for them everytime they need me. My entire day is dedicated to them actually 🙂 The challenge now is with their dad. He can be busy with everything and I;m glad that he makes time for the girls everytime he’s free 🙂
I love the title. It’s so true! Time with the kids is really the best gift we can give them.
We haven’t brought the kids to the Mind Museum yet. Sounds interesting. We should drop by sometime.
Time with the kids are really important. Lalo na for me who works pa so I only have little time left for the baby. Usually, she’s awake ng gabi. She would wait for me to get home and then we’d play. Making the most out of every little moment.
I totally agree with you that you should not just physically present but also mentally present. I want to visit the mind museum but I guess my daughter will not appreciate it pa as of this moment. Maybe when she reach toddler stage. 🙂
looks like nag enjoy si daughter, makapunta nga 🙂
We just recently visited the Mind Museum and my toddler enjoyed 🙂 Though we didn’t get to “read” all the exhibit, we went to the interactive ones mostly since that what my 2yo enjoyed, masaya parin kasi we went there as a family lang, no yaya day 🙂
It is not really the quantity but the quality time. Family day is very important to us because we want to give happy childhood/happy memories to my son.
Agreed – time is the greatest thing we can give to our children.
The best times are always when we let loose and be ourselves with them, right? 😉
Everything you did is on point, Kim! I know we’ve had a day well-spent if the floors are sticky and stuff is everywhere. But good health is important in making memories!
I agree on making memories. That’s why our condo unit is always messed up! Hahaha. I do clean ups once the little boy is asleep so we have more quality time together. So true that we should be keeping everyone in the family healthy.
The Mind Museum is a great place to take your kids too — it’s both fun and learning-filled 🙂
My daughter and I usually read her favorite books after she wakes from her afternoon nap. We also Pretend Play and also run around inside her play room.
I have not been to Mind Museum. It looks like it is worth checking out!
My kids love it when I read to them. They enjoy pretend play as well. 🙂 Go check out The Mind Museum with your girl. My kids, 3 and 2, enjoyed exploring the whole museum!