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Proud Mommy :)

Daughter's Toycon 2013 Experience just got published in Manila Bulletin, Fun Page Section (6.29.13).

Congratulations, Baba !!!



Hubby and I discovered her knack for writing about three years ago but it is only now that she was able to write for a publication. I believe that there is a perfect time for everything and for daughter's writing talent, it is just ripening now. I will let her discover her talents on her own but I will guide her from behind, and give her a little push every now and then. Besides, she is still a kid and has so many years ahead of her. She needs to enjoy being a kid without any pressure whatsoever.

Cheers!

Scenes from Toycon 2013 Part I

Scenes from Toycon 2013 Part II


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