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Marzie03

  1 month ago

In the Eyes of the children...

Children are the hopes of our future. All day long they love Playing and exploring things without any worry of whatever things might happen. They bring joy to us parents in their own simple ways. When they smile we forget how tough our current situation today..This pandemic we worry much on how will be life be normal to them hoping and caring not to be infected in this virus.

Starting by making them aware that they were invisible virus that may attack when we are not extra careful. Teach them to wash hand oftentimes. Eat health food like vegetables and fruits. They should know the importance of wearing mask on public and social distancing. Let show to them those things to be done in taking care ourselves. This pandemic let teach our kids to use their time wisely and productive. During this quarantine instead of doing tiktok videos, together with my kids we made recycle pots and we plant flowering plant, herbal and vegetable such as eggplant,tomato and okra. By that simple things we have done they forgot how boring staying at home is.

Whatever we do today bad or good is all correct on the eyes of our children. What can you say?

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A7881568t

  1 month ago
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zoilathankyou627

  1 month ago
Very true! Ang masamang gawa kapag ginawa ng matanda ay tama sa paningin mg bata. You're right, since we taught my grandchildren to always wash her hand and sing happy birthday, my neighbors would often asked "sino ang may birthday sa inyo?. When I go home from shopping, my granddaughter would always say "Nanay, social distancing, bihis muna". But with regards to tiktok, I can't prevent him because it is our bonding moment. ha ha ha! Reply
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