Many moms will tell you that tantrums are pretty much synonymous with raising toddlers. What more in today's age, when the seemingly magnetic draw of gadgets combined with weighty warnings not to get the kids hooked on them, make for a potent super-sized tantrum formula -- this even applies to teens, as some frustrated moms will tell you.
Uniquely facing a problem parents of all generations past did not have to solve, moms today could use all the help they can get. Fortunately, the age-old practice of community-rearing hasn't lost any traction.
Started by super duo Issa Litton and Jeanette Ipapo-Tuason, the Chicdriven Women Empowerment Expo seeks to inspire and equip women with practical advice to help them "have it all!"
The expo offers free seminars for participants to tap into a wealth of expert information, enabling them to make better decisions in the roller-coaster journey that is parenthood.
On its final leg, the 3-part series will be focusing on NURTURE: home improvement, motherhood and parenting, advocacies, and more from October 1-2, 2016 at the Alabang Town Center.
Day 1 will focus on Health and Safety, while Day 2 will cover Parenting, Family Finances, and Heart.
One talk moms can definitely look forward to on October 2 is by Michele Alignay, co-author of Growing Up Wired: Raising Kids in the Digital Age. In their groundbreaking book, the distinguished authors share both studies and stories tackling the behaviors and values of today's kids in response to modern technology.
theAsianparent will also be giving a fun, interactive talk on Toddler Personalities. You wouldn't want to miss this one, moms!
Of course, you'll also get the chance to hear from TV host and entrepreneur, Miriam Quiambao!
We can't wait to see you at the NURTURE leg of the Chicdriven Women Empowerment Expo, to be held on the first weekend of October at the Alabang Town Center. 'Til then, moms!
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