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Rica Peralejo Proud Of Her Sons' Closeness, 'I Will Always Pray For My Boys To Have' Sibling Love
  • These days, Rica Peralejo-Bonifacio is simply enjoying her life as a mother. One of the highlights of her week was seeing how tight her two rays of sunshine have become.

    In an Instagram post Rica shared on November 3, 2022, her and husband Pastor Joseph Bonifacio's younger son Manu can be seen resting his head on his kuya Philip's shoulder.

    Rica captioned the photo: "Ang laking bagay pala na meron kang nasasandalan, ano?

    "Ngayon ko lang naisip na ang laking tulong pala sa mental health ng isang tao na tumandang hindi nag-aalala na bigla ka nalang makakatulog...

    "Kasi alam mo namang may sasalo o mag-aayos nung ulo o may may nagbubuhat sayo papunta sa kama mo."

    For her #ricap entry on Saturday, November 5, 2022, Rica cited a list of the many realizations she took to heart over the course of that week.

    She wrote, "When you let go of the wrong people, you gain a whole lot of time for the right ones


    "I will forever love babies and dogs and i think what it is may be their dependence on and devotion to you; when someone “can’t live without you ,” it communicates importance and value; maybe God feels this way, too, when we depend and cannot live without Him.

    Rica also mentioned a few products that she swears by including Rivers Drinkware totes, and the guava guyabano lime soda water from MARKT in Swissotel Clark.

    She continued, "I am convinced that a picnic = affordable therapy [emoji]

    "Sibling love is something i have and will always pray for my boys to have for all the rest of their life together [emoji]

    "My lola in law is 91 and walked up a flight of stairs to her party; i wanna be like that when i grow up [emoji]

    A previous Smart Parenting article reports that comparing siblings with each other can be harmful to their relationship.

    The article reports, "...comparing your children gives fuel for rivalry, jealousy, and feelings of resentment towards the sibling who’s seemingly 'better.' Moreover, it can also make the one receiving the comments feel hurt and insecure." 

    To know more about how comparing can be harmful to children, read this story.



    This story originally appeared in Pep.ph.

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    Smartparenting.com.ph editors made minor edits.

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