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Mom Angry at Son for Wasting ‘Baon’ Discovers He’s Saving it for Eye Check Up

As parents, we all want to give the best to our children – even if that means giving the last money in our pocket as their ‘baon’ (allowance) for school so they can have something to eat while learning their lessons.

One mom in Uson, Masbate was often angry at her son for bringing him a clean bowl from school because she thought he was wasting his ‘baon’ that was supposed to pay for soup. She discovered one day that he was actually saving his money so he could undergo an eye check up!

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Crisalyn Moreno shared a video of how she discovered her son’s heartbreaking money stash. One day, she asked him what he buys with his money for soup, thinking that he might be using the Php10 ‘baon’ she gives him to buy junk food.

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Though the kid often kept quiet when his mother gets angry every time he goes home with the clean soup bowl, he would finally admit to her that he was not actually wasting his money. Instead, he was actually keeping it in a stash inside a bag in his closet.

Photo credit: Crisalyn Moreno / Facebook

Surprised about the money, Moreno asked where he got the roll of money. Her heart broke upon hearing him explain that most of the time he did not buy soup because he wants to save money for his eye check up.

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According to Moreno, her son is blind on one eye and had often asked them to bring him to a clinic to have the eye checked. The boy had lots of plans for the future, saying he would find a good job and buy his parents a car, but was worried he would not be able to do that because of his eye.

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Moreno helped her son count the money he saved – and it reached Php75. The mom praised her son, but her heart broke knowing her son did not eat snacks for many days just so he could start saving for his eyes…

Watch the video here:

SORRY ANAK!!!!Nakaka durog nman Ng puso ang anak ko 😢 pinapagalitan ko lagi pag nkikita kong malinis Ang tasa niyang dinadala sa school dahil inisip ko binibili niya lng Ng Kung ano2x Ang bnibigay Kong 10 araw2x para sa soup niya….Un pala iniipon na niya para mapa check up na ung mata niya 😭Matagal na niyang tinatanong sa akin Kung paano daw siya makakapagtrabaho Ng magandang trabaho pag laki niya gayong bulag nman Ang Isa niyang mata😭 baka d daw siya tanggapin paano niya daw kami mabibilhan Ng sasakyan Ng papa niya. Ang dami nga daw Ng aasar sa kanya na bulag at duling siya😭😭Ang sakit2x sa pakiramdam na wala akong maisagot Kung paano nga ba ang kinabukasan niya pagdating Ng araw😥

Posted by Crisalyn Moreno on Saturday, 27 July 2019

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Dad Promises to Give Php10k as Reward for Daughter’s Weight Loss in 5 Months

One dad promises to give Php10k as reward for his daughter’s weight loss in 5 months – and netizens could only wish #SanaAll! LOL

Dad Offers Php10k Reward for Weight Loss

Everyone knows how hard it is to lose weight. That’s why many people put “weight loss” as part of their long list of New Year’s resolutions but do this every year because they just can’t lose weight.

Year after year, people try to lose weight but end up gaining more as they just can’t let go of the delicious high-calorie food they love to it. Plus, doing exercises can be so tiresome. But many would say that you can overcome all that with proper motivation. And what’s a better motivation for a young girl than money, huh?

Photo credit: Jeric Paulo De Jesus / Facebook

Dad Jeric Paulo De Jesus feels a bit apprehensive about the weight of his daughter, Jelaine Paola De Jesus. So, he decided to give her the best motivation to lose weight – a whopping prize of Php10k! Wow.

See you in 5 months baboom 🤣🤣🤣. Mapapasayo kaya ang 10k?? Abangan!!!!” this dad encouraged his daughter, sharing her photo and the ‘contract’ they made.

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Nasa 69kg na siya, magdadalaga na kaya ko inalok yong challenge. Pabata nang pabata na rin kasi ang inaatake sa puso eh kaya pinagdiet ko na rin,” Jeric explained.

To make the deal official, they drew up a ‘contract’ that came with a witness to the deal, mommy Annalaine De Jesus.

In the contract, the young girl’s starting weight is at 69kg. The weight goal is 50kg for a duration of 5 months.

Photo credit: Jeric Paulo De Jesus / Facebook

A lot of netizens are unsure whether the young girl can reach the target weight in such a short amount of time without starving herself, but many are also cheering her on!

Ideal Weight

A person’s ideal weight is based on gender and height. For example, a person with a height of 5’0” has an ideal weight of 48.1kg if male and 45.3kg if female. Someone who’s 5’2” has an ideal weight of 53.5kg if male and 49.9kg if female.

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Sick Kid, Mom Ride MRT to Seek Help After Hospitals Kept on Turning Them Away

A sick kid and his mom took a ride on an MRT to seek help after hospitals kept turning them away. Someone taking a ride on the same train shared their story in hopes that someone could help them because the kid really looks so pitiful.

Hospitals Keep Turning Sick Kid Away

It is not easy being sick because you don’t really know whether you might get well or not. But what is really sad is that there are times when the sick person is not even provided with treatment just because the family can’t afford to pay the hospital at all!

Manilyn Palad was on her daily commute when she noticed a mother cradling an obviously sick and weak kid on the MRT. She and the other passengers took pity on the kid and asked his mom what’s happening.

So, the mom showed them her son’s body, saying that he’s been having trouble eating and that some of his internal parts from the digestive system are out of his body. The two had come all the way from Parañaque, walking in some areas as they tried to find a hospital to accept the kid but they kept on getting rejected because they did not have money.

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According to Manilyn, the two were headed to the Pasig City General Hospital in hopes that the boy will receive treatment there.

Many netizens took pity on the kid and his mother. Donations and any help you wish to provide should be coursed through this number: 09262872534 owned by Rosemarie, the kid’s mother.

Some netizens slammed Manilyn for not helping out, saying that she’s just doing this for likes. However, others defended her and pointed out that Manilyn probably didn’t have the means to help the two financially but her post would have helped them reach more people who might actually be able to help.

Hospital Down Payment Law in the Philippines

Under Republic Act No. 10932, also known as the Anti-Hospital Deposit Law, it is unlawful for any hospital or medical clinic to require or demand deposit or any other form of advance payment before providing basic emergency care or medical treatment. The same thing also applies for confinement.

Under the law, “any official, medical practitioner or employee of the hospital or medical clinic who violates the provisions of this Act shall be punished by imprisonment of not less than six (6) months and one (1) day but not more than two (2) years and four (4) months, or a fine of not less than Php100,000.00 but not more than Php300,000.00 or both.”

What’s sad, however, is that most hospitals still require down payment and most patients don’t really have a choice but to comply.

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Woman Looks Down on Breastfeeding Moms, Says They Can’t Afford ‘Real’ Milk

A woman looks down on breastfeeding moms and says that they are can’t afford to buy ‘real’ milk. This earned her netizens’ anger as they pointed out that breastmilk is even called liquid gold and is the most nutritious milk a baby could ever have!

Woman Mistakenly Thinks Breastmilk is for Poor People

In a post that has gone viral on Facebook, an unnamed woman who appears to have ‘Limbak’ as family name tries to lecture another woman for breastfeeding her child.

Writing in the Cebuano language, this Limbak woman slammed someone she calls “Ma’am” for ‘only breastfeeding’ her baby. She adds that she takes pity on the woman for not being able to afford ‘real’ milk. She said that she feels sad that the baby can’t experience drinking milk, insinuating that breastmilk is not real milk.

This woman also angrily told off the “Ma’am” for choosing to give birth to a child when she can’t even afford to provide the baby with real milk. She further claims that breastmilk can cause health problems like stomachache. Moreover, she thinks that breastmilk does not taste good.

The woman ends her tirade with a deprecating note to breastfeeding moms, saying that she really takes pity on babies who are only breastfed because their moms can’t afford to buy milk.

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Screenshots of the post went viral, with many netizens laughing at this Limbak woman and lecturing her about the benefits of breastmilk. Many turned the tables on the woman, saying that they pity her for not knowing that breastmilk is the best milk any baby could ever have.

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Benefits of Breastmilk

Although the woman belittles breastmilk and thinks that it is only for poor people who can’t afford to buy real milk, the reality is that breastmilk has a perfect formula that even the most expensive milks can’t copy.

Providing the ideal nutrition for infants, it is made of a mix of vitamins, protein, and fat. Scientists have also discovered that the actual composition of the breastmilk produced by the mom changes, depending on the baby’s needs.

Breast milk even contains antibodies that help the baby fight off viruses and bacteria.

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