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I’m a new SAHM (Stay At Home Mom) hoping to become a successful WAHM (Work At Home Mom) someday.  This blog chronicles all the adventures and little bits of learning points I’ve undertaken thus far.

I’m also a romance novel junkie and casual gamer (with preference for RPGs on PSP/DS and board games) 🙂

5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. amal
    Feb 13, 2012 @ 13:41:32

    Desperately looking for the shelcore stacking activity cups toy set for my special needs son who is very attached to this toy. His is cracked from wear and tear, the red cup which is the second largest from the stack. Can you help??

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  2. chibimommy
    Feb 14, 2012 @ 20:47:22

    Hi Amal, where are you from? In Manila, this can usually be found in Toys R Us or Rustan’s. It’s also available on Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Shelcore-50091-Stacking-Activity-Set/dp/B000V6T37Y)

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  3. JJReyes
    Jun 03, 2012 @ 23:43:39

    Would Metro Manila families with small children be interested in visiting a farm where they can pick fruits and vegetables? The Pick-Your-Own or U-Pick concept is very popular in the United States.

    Would families be more interested if the fruits and vegetables are organic? I am still at the research and planning stage, and looking for investors/partners. Any feedback will be helpful.

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    • chibimommy
      Jun 05, 2012 @ 09:36:35

      I’d be interested in bringing my daughter there, if that helps. She enjoys farms (both the plants and animals) and it would be great if small children can get an idea of the process – this would likely be a good venue for a field trip. I suppose one of my considerations would be if it would be too hot to be fit for very young children and if we should be wary of insects (mosquitoes in particular). Yes, a lot of families are more interested in organic fruits and vegetables.

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  4. JJReyes
    Jun 05, 2012 @ 10:06:38

    Thanks for the information. I came across your blog while researching information about petting zoos in Metro Manila. The farm location is very close to Regina RICA at an elevation of 1,200 feet above sea level, which means the weather is similar to Tagaytay. I use Off insect repellant as a precaution and have never been bitten by mosquitos.

    Although I am already living in a paradise (Hawaii), my plan is to share fond memories of my Philippine childhood with today’s children by converting the family farm into a Garden of Eden. It will be an Agritourism U-Pick fruit farm visitation and educational program. The primary fruit at the moment is mango from an original planting of 1,000 trees fifty years ago. It’s mostly for export to Japan and South Korea. My plan is to add 50 additional varieties, including a pygmy papaya whose fruits grow less than 15 inches from the ground.

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