Husband and Wife Team of Bacolod Bloggers
Read about the story of my Papa and Mama who recently passed away from complications due to Covid-19. Yes, we were not spared from the grief of this pandemic.
In an ever-changing world with constantly shifting trends, there are some things that we should hold fast to. One of the most important things would be to strengthen family relationships. The family has been the most integral foundational component of society and we have proven that with the Covid-19 pandemic. The power of family relationships …
No family is exempt from this inevitable reality because of natural causes, disease, or accidents. That is why we should also be prepared for any eventuality. This is advanced planning. In this light, choosing a casket is integral to planning for a funeral.
Can we really turn mourning into dancing when we are grief-stricken? Maybe. Thankfully, there are companies like the Teresa Development Corporation Funeral Services in Bacolod City that are willing to help us in this difficult time.
Seafood for big groups spells fun meals. And you get both that with the boodle fights at Blackbeard’s Seafood Island in Bacolod.
During our little Shane’s graduation, we celebrated with a dinner at Mangan Restaurant Bacolod with kapampangan cuisine. And we loved it!
Our family was spoiled to catch the Avengers: Endgame At CityMall Premier Cinema here in Bacolod City on its premiere night.
Many young Filipino families desire to migrate abroad in order to provide for a better future for their children. Enhance Visa Bacolod helps families achieve their dreams of migration through their services.
All parents want to give their children amazing birthday parties. And these events should be happy and carefree for the whole family. Unfortunately, many parents go overboard. The result is a grand party that overwhelms the child and stresses Moms and Dads to no end. So how do you plan for a hassle free children’s …
Introducing the Megaworld Hotels Club Access Card Needless to say, we love travelling as a family. People would often call us, lagawan, which could probably be literally translated as wanderers. Like my wife, we would rather bring the kids with us, despite how hard and cumbersome it could be. And now that I have my …