The second daughter of Chesca and Doug Kramer got the highest honors during this year's graduation rites of her school, CCF Life Academy Foundation, Inc., which was held recently. Just like any parent, the couple brought the whole barangay to cheer on their little girl and took to Instagram to mark this special milestone in Scarlett's life.
"I'm your biggest fan my baby doll! Awarded with Highest Honors and heading to Grade 1! These are moments where I can't contain how proud I am! We love you so much, Scarlett!" Doug wrote. "We brought the whole barangay to cheer and support our little Dolly! You may be going to grade 1, but you're still a baby at 5! Don't grow up too fast! We all love you so much!" Chesca wrote. Big sister Kendra and baby brother Gavin were also there to support her. Congratulations, Scarlett! (pep.ph)
Charlene Gonzalez and Aga Muhlach mark 16th wedding anniv with sweet messages
On their their 16th wedding anniversary last May 28, the actor expressed his love for his wife by captioning an Instagram photo, "[I] can't thank you enough for the person that you are and that you've been to me and our children. I love you very much! You are my everything. You are my anchor. Happy anniversary, b!!" He added that Charlene always beats him when it comes to surprises, but vows to do better.
Charlene's Instagram photo collage of the two of them through the years, on the other hand, was captioned "Thank you for the many years of love, adventure, happiness & for just being you. We are truly blessed to have you in our lives. They say that time flies when you are having fun and our 16 years together went by so fast. Here's to many more years of love and adventure. You are the best. From the bottom of my heart, I love you very very much. Happy sweet sixteen, my love," she added. Happy anniversary to the Muhlachs! (gmanetwork.com)
Parents can now check for correct school supplies prices The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Consumer Protection Group released a school supplies price guide on their website which shows the suggested retail price of various brands of school essentials, GMA News reports. The price guide can be downloaded from the DTI website and should be displayed at all school supplies stores. DTI Head Undersecretary Teodoro Pascua advised parents to complete their school supplies shopping before the opening of classes on June 5 to ensure the quality of their purchases. He also cautioned them against buying supplies branded in foreign languages, as these are most likely not registered and have not passed quality inspections. (gmanetwork.com)
Absolute partners with Disney for healthy hydration campaign
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To promote proper hydration, Absolute Distilled Drinking Water has partnered with The Walt Disney Company Philippines to make drinking water more fun and exciting for children. Kids’ favorite Disney characters can be found on 250ml-bottles of Absolute Distilled Drinking Water to encourage and build on the habit of drinking water regularly. Choose from Disney Princesses Belle, Snow White, and Frozen sisters Anna and Elsa, as well as other iconic Disney characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Lightning McQueen, and father-and-son duo Marlin and Nemo. These Disney characters and the positive traits that they embody were chosen to make healthy living simple and easier for kids to lead a healthier lifestyle.
Volkswagen PH to hold child road safety event in June The award-winning Child Safety Initiative (CSI) which focuses on pedestrian safety caters to both younger and older kids through the Junior Driving Course (for children aged 4 to 8 years old) and the new program called Steps to Safety (for kids aged 9 to 12). Representatives of CSI partner Philippine Global Road Safety Partnership (PGRSP) will be conducting the programs.
The Junior Driving Course lets children drive and navigate a miniature simulated roadway within a community, complete with road signages and stoplights, using Volkswagen push cars. The Steps to Safety program, on the other hand, gives the kids a 15-minute seminar using easy-to-understand modules and easy-to-recall instructions about pedestrian road safety. Then, kids engage in practical application of the module via a virtual reality (VR) game app. The VR game challenges the kids to walk around the road network of a virtual city -- complete with pedestrian signal lights, pedestrian lanes, and footbridges-- to reach seven destinations without getting hit by oncoming vehicles.
The CSI campaign has had a total of 7,917 children and 5,955 parents/guardians participating in 37 venues in Luzon and Visayas. Catch the next Steps to Safety event on June 3 and 4 (from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.) at the Activity Center of Alabang Town Center in Muntinlupa City.