Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Smart Parenting Meet and Greet: Enlightening and Inspiring


The Smart Parenting Meet and Greet had been an enlightening afternoon filled with inspiring talk and interesting discussions.

Being a former Summit Media employee, it felt good to be invited as one of the lucky magazine reader, together with my sister and my nephew. There I've met mommy and online friends, bloggers, and of course, the people behind Smart Parenting magazine and SmartParenting.com.ph.

"Words are more powerful than fact."
"Choose your words... direct your kids' life"
"... words that daily empower them to direct their life, their decisions"


All these interesting words came from the informative talk by Aileen Santos. Her talk on raising successful and happier kids thru the power of words is indeed very insightful. She shared the value of words, the labels that parents put on their kids, and its effect on their lives.

She used as an example the water-crystal experiment (crystalline formations made on both clean and dirty water ) conducted by Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto. It illustrated what words words can do to human beings.

The talk was followed by discussions with Smart Parenting staff where we, readers, share insights and suggestions as to what we'd like to see and improve about Smart Parenting.

There had been a raffle as well. My sister won baby products and I'm happy for getting a this cute prize - a mini water dispenser from Sangobion.

Thank you Smart Parenting and sponsors for these goodies.

goodies and raffle prize

I know lots of moms are already looking forward to next year's Smart Parenting Meet and Greet event!

This event was held last November 29, at the Eastwood Richmonde Hotel. Major sponsors include Eastwood Richmonde Hotel and Sangobion.

photo with Smart Parenting staff

our table: mommy friends, SP mommy readers, bloggers

with my nephew and my sister

Remember and Share:

"Stop letting your worst memories be the moments that define who you are"


Tetcha said...

That looks like a fun event. Advance Merry Christmas to you and your family, Cza!

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