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Laking Tipid Kapag Andiyan Si Daddy! See DIY Projects These Fathers Made For Their FamilyWith families activating their "home buddy" mode, dads were able to flex their DIY skills.by Kitty Elicay .
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Dads can be quite the handymen and with families activating their “home buddy” mode, they were able to make use of their skills during the extended community quarantine. We’ve seen them renovate tiny homes, turn cribs into sofas, and make play houses for the kids — it's true that moms were able to save a lot thanks to their spouses’ DIY projects.
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For Father’s Day, we asked moms to “flex” their husband’s pagbubutingting inside the house and they did not disappoint! From cabinets, play gyms, and plant racks, here are some of the best DIY items that dads built for their families.
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Dad Rivoli Concepcion made a front-facing shelf for his two sons! “Book lovers ang [mga anak] namin kaya ito ‘yung nirequest ko since work from home naman siya,” shares his wife, Ronna.
Hector Delos Reyes, a seafarer, also made a sturdy shelf for his kids. “Made of plywood siya. ‘Yung mga nabibili kasi online, mostly MDF (engineered wood composite),” explains his wife, Che.
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John Lawrence Alcaraz made a busy board for their toddler son to help entertain him while they were stuck in their Dubai home during the pandemic. “Nilagay niya ‘yung mga gamit na hindi ginagamit pero pwede kutingtingin at aralin,” explains his wife, Shane.
Mom Maria Donato shares that though her husband, Kurt John Felices lost his job during the community quarantine, he was still able to put a smile on their daughter’s face when he made a doll house out of used boxes.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
We were seriously impressed with this play gym that dad Rouie Limpiado made for their toddler son. According to his wife, Bea, dad loves doing woodwork. “Nainspire siya lalo mula nung nagka-baby kami,” she says.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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