Mori Uytingco loves local food in the provinces
Alwyn and Jennica Uytingco’s little angel Mori is really enjoying her vacation in Siquijor with her dad and mom. Aside from always being in a good mood, she shows her appreciation for the local food by making sure she finishes every meal.
Jennica recently travelled to the province to speak about Natural Infant Hygiene and Potty Training for the Kalinga niNanay parenting series, and of course, Mori also tagged along with her parents.
In one snap, Jennica shared her little one having fun munching on wild caught fish and rice with malunggay, all on her own.
Wild caught fish and rice with malunggay for my little bambina. We love it here in Siquijor! 😍 —- Join us for another run of a Kalinga Ni Nanay Class that will give you full access to our PRIVATE group on Facebook. It is happening on Oct. 28 from 1:30PM-4:30PM at @theparentingemporium. I’ll be teaching the how to’s of Natural Infant Hygiene and Potty Training. Rates are P1,000 per person and P1,500 for couples from the same household. To register or have your questions answered, email us at [email protected]
In another trip to Dumaguete, the Uytingcos are all smiles as they breakfast on the best Pan Au Chocolatthats made from locally sourced grains. With the flavors and energy they got from the meal, no wonder the happy vibes just keep coming.
Breakfast with my family today at @ilovetherollinpin in Dumaguete! They have the BEST Pan Au Chocolat and it’s made with locally sourced grains! 😍 —- Reminding everyone that there will be another run of Kalinga Ni Nanay Class that will give you full access to our PRIVATE group on Facebook. It is happening on Oct. 28 from 1:30PM-4:30PM at @theparentingemporium. I’ll be teaching the how to’s of Natural Infant Hygiene and Potty Training. Rates are P1,000 per person and P1,500 for couples from the same household. For registration and other inquiries email us at [email protected] See you all very soon!! #KalingaNiNanay #ILoveTheRollinPin
Adorable Mori also made sure to finish her meal of tapa and egg with delicious calamansi with honey juice in the same province. We hope Jennica also gives tips on how to raise independent kids with a hearty appetite in her talks. (ANGEL ONG)
I am always in awe of a child's imaginative mind. Mori is busy eating tapa and egg 🍳 while sipping on a fresh calamansi juice sweetened with honey at @iloverollinpin in Dumaguete when she stopped and examined the design of the bowl. She said, "Nanay daming 🦋 butterfly!". — Ever wondered how the mothers who live in the mountain keep themselves dry despite their child strapped on their back's the whole day, without a disposable diaper on? The practice is called Natural Infant Hygiene. It is the reason why at 7 months old, my baby is already wearing cloth panties full time and at 9 months old, she is no longer wetting the bed. In my class on October 28, Saturday at @theparentingemporium, I will discuss the history behind Natural Infant Hygiene, the procedure and answer frequently asked questions that parents have in mind. You will also get continuous support by joining our class which will give you full access to the Kalinga Ni Nanay PRIVATE Facebook Group. Parents with older children (18 months-7 years old) and those with children who has special needs are more than welcome to join because the second part of the class will be about the Gentle approach to Potty Training. Class begins at 1:30PM and ends at 4:30PM. Our rates for the class is P1,000 per person and P1,500 for couples from the same household. Email us at [email protected] and we will forward the registration details to you. Our rates are P1,000 per person and P1,500 for couples from the same household. Inclusive of a light snack and a hand-out. #KalingaNiNanay