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Halo SleepSack® is now available for Cebu parents

CEBU CITY, Cebu – As today’s generation of mothers continue to become more involved in raising their babies and toddlers, HALO SleepSack® introduces its brand of wearable blankets to promote its safe sleep advocacy to the Cebuano parenting community.

The HALO SleepSack® wearable blanket replaces loose blankets in the crib that can cover the baby's face and interfere with breathing. Additionally, HALO SleepSack® help babies sleep better, too. It's a warm, cuddly blanket they can't kick off, ensuring your little one sleeps soundly throughout the night.

Ives Lim-Esteban, the “mom-preneur” behind Halo Philippines, together with Maria Carmen Tormis-Abayon and Alexa Marie Lelis-Dano, HALO SleepSack® authorized distributor here in Cebu, discussed about the brand and its products to Cebu community last May 20 at the Birdseed, Axis Entertainment Center, N. Escario St., Cebu City.

HALO’s philosophy stems from its commitment to putting babies’ safety first, which guides the company in d…

April 2016 WrapUp

Yep, another sushi lunch experience from Buffet 101, this time courtesy from company’s team building budget. I realized that my serving consist mainly of rice...lots of carbohydrates it is. We also planted watermelon in our little home garden but unfortunately the watermelon was infested by aphids and because I don’t want to use pesticide or  soap solution to spray on it, I had to remove the watermelon vines to avoid infesting other plants. Need to study more on home gardening, huh :) . We were invited to Maggy’s birthday party and get to watch magic show for free. Thanks again for the invitation. 

Found these adorable puppies for free adoption and as much as the kids want to take them home, we have to accept the truth that we can’t afford the have one or even the responsibility of raising one… soon maybe. Worthwhile talk with friends, talks about childhood fun, high school misadventures, college problems, lovelife, kids, today and future. Having to live far from hometown, seeing a chi…