I have a 4 yr. old who is just so stubborn. I am already losing my patience with her coz she just doesnt listen. I have already spanked her a lot though most people say spanking is totally wrong.But this is the only way I know to discipline her. I think if I just talk to her in a nice way, it still wouldnt help.
I am so tired of people who smoke in public. Cafes here are so small that when there are people smoking, you'd really get to inhale all the smoke.Your hair and shirt smell like smoke the moment you come out from the cafe. Most of the time it is even so annoying to see Mothers or Fathers or the both of them smoking in front of their kids. I dont know when will these people understand that they are endangering the health of their kids. Most countries here in Europe already practiced banning smoking in public but it is taking long to be practiced here in Portugal. Do you also think it is better for Portugal to do the same as Uk, Ireland and France ?For me, I d be very very happy if one day, I wont see any smokers in cafes, malls and public places.
Halloween is near. I am thinking of doing cupcakes for my little girl and her friends. But I dont want to do just ordinary cupcakes here in Portugal. I want to do it the american way with good icing on top and some holloween decors to create eyes and lips. You think the Portuguese kids will like it too ?
For people who are interrested in Filipino maids you may go to Corpo Santo Church in Lisbon every Sunday at 11 am- 12 am.You'd get to meet a lot of Filipino women working here in Portugal. Every now and then there are always Filipino women who are are looking for employers. Filipino maids are the most famous in the world because they can do almost all the things in the house including tutoring to the kids, grocery, going to the banks and etc.Plus of course, they speak English.
I am going to have a baby girl and I am quite concerned about the name my baby girl is going to have. I heard that it has to be a Portuguese name for once the name is not found in the book, the workers in the conservatory is not going to allow it.Does anyone here know about this matter ?
Hello ! I am a Filipina living here in Portugal. I have a daughter who just started school (just a public school)and I am quite worried that she may never be able to experience being in school plays because some people told me that school plays are not really practiced here in Portugal . I think it is true coz I didnt find any auditorium in the school.What do the kids have here in Portugal ? How do the English kids who are just in public schools live with it since Im sure English people like theater plays or any other school activities too ? siMpAtIcA
My daughter just started kinder this year. It seems to be an ok school, but there aren't many extra-curricular activities planned. I guess in Portugal you have to put your kids in ATL clubs or academies if you want them to learn music, dance and so on. Are there any public schools offering those?