GOO.N Diapers is a leading diaper brand in Japan and Southeast Asia such as Thailand and Indonesia, and is now in the Philippines through One-Stop Distribution Inc (ODI), a distribution company known for bringing premier brands in the country.
ODI has recently entered into a distribution agreement with Elleair International Thailand, to distribute Goo.N and Goo.N Friend baby diapers. Goo.N and Goo.N Friend baby diapers are leading brands in Japan and several countries in Southeast Asia, particularly in Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia. The baby diapers come in premium and economy variants and boast of superior quality, comparable to the leading brands worldwide.
Since my dinner was several hours ago, I am hungry. So, I am now debating whether to eat or clean up and sleep instead. I still have to wake up early in the morning because it’s the little boy’s therapy day today.
If I eat, that would mean that I won’t be able to sleep immediately. Besides, I’m trying to cut down on my food intake after dinner. I’ve been gaining weight lately and I can feel it. I feel heavy.
Z has his consultation with the development pediatrician every 6 months. Last month, we visited the good doctor for his first session this year.
Dev-pedia consults are actually nerve-wracking for me. Sometimes, or most of the time, I feel like I am not doing enough once I find out that Z’s progress is very slow. Last month’s consultation was somehow better. His assessment? A charming little boy of stated age. I love that!
Ever heard of Merries diaper? This is Japan’s number 1 diaper brand for 10 consecutive years*. And this is now in the Philippines.
There are a lot of diaper brands in the market nowadays. And while we have a lot of options, sometimes, it makes it harder to find the one that will suit our baby’s needs. Using the wrong diaper for our baby may lead to leakages, discomfort, and other health concerns.
For this brand, since I had a small sized diaper and doesn’t fit my little boy, I opted to do the water test. I have wanted to do this for a long time now since it looks fun to do. Here’s my findings:
Last Saturday was Z’s first movie experience. I mean it was his first time to watch a movie in the big screen. How was it?
I enjoy watching short films (or usually called shorts) from different brands. They usually leave you with different kinds of emotions, depending on the message they want to send out. But have you noticed that oftentimes these shorts require a handful of tissues to be on hand before watching? And Sun Life’s short films, #SunShorts, are no exemptions.
Do you know why Filipinos get easily scammed? It’s because we buy products or services that we do not truly understand. We also love get-rich-quick schemes. I mean, who doesn’t want to get rich in the shortest time possible? But every single time, we hear people regret decisions of signing themselves up with such schemes because instead of gaining, they lost their investment.
The McDonald’s Kiddie Crew workshop is a five-day workshop that provides kids an opportunity to experience what it’s like to work in a restaurant. Incorporated in the learning experience are time tested values like teamwork, hard work, discipline, responsibility and sharing.
Jackie Lou Blanco and Dominique Roque hosted this year’s Mcdo Kiddie Crew Grand Graduation program. Ronald and the Gang also performed and they had this McDonald’s race which the kiddie crew graduates helped Ronald win.
The brand McCormick became known to me because of their tea bags. Anyone remembers the green box and the individual plastic container for each tea bag with the word “McCormick” printed? Yeah, that’s the one. Then, I learned about their curry powder. And as the years go by, I started to learn more about herbs and spices as I find my way into the kitchen to explore the art of cooking. I also use McCormick food coloring and vanilla extract in my baking. So there, I can safely say that I am indeed a fan of McCormick.
There were 4 chefs that shared their creations. Given that I had two stubs, I was able to get two of everything! I only got to taste 3 out of the 4 though. I didn’t get the kare-kare since it had bagoong and I am allergic.
Here are the 4 dishes served during the event:
Brushing kids’ teeth can be such a core at times, especially when they are in their toddler to preschool years. Don’t you agree? Z loves “brushing” but he doesn’t really brush his teeth. He’s more than likely to just chew on his toothbrush and eat all the toothpaste. LOL! I have been replacing his toothbrush on a monthly basis because he makes it his chew toy.
It’s been quite difficult letting Z getting accustomed to brushing as I think his gums are overly sensitive. Kids with Down syndrome are usually known to have some sensory issues and it makes it difficult to get them to finish the task of brushing his teeth.
So, how do I make brushing more fun for him?