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3 Aug 2014 05:32

Time is irreversible, once it come to passed, it will goes to eternity.

How do you spend your quality time to your family?

3 Aug 2014 05:35
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3 Aug 2014 05:45

Quote by S_H_E_H_Z_A_D
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3 Aug 2014 05:58

3 Aug 2014 07:17

3 Aug 2014 07:19

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3 Aug 2014 08:21

everytime i j0in dinner to them..n0 matter h0w we all bz at daytime we all rush to g0 h0me if its dinner time,we all go to church every sunday and watch tv after lunch,everytime i have chance to say i love u tatay and nanay i do that..i sh0w to them that i ad0re and respect them dspite everythng..life is t0o sh0rt to be waisted by pride and anger..a family is a family it will never change n0 matter what happnd..

3 Aug 2014 08:28
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3 Aug 2014 09:43
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3 Aug 2014 10:33

Being near
Is not d meaning
Of being close,
I may b far from u but msgs r
Bridges
2 make u feel dat
I always remember u.
Take care!

3 Aug 2014 10:34

Time n distance can keep us apart,
But we r always heart to heart,
No matter its night or day,
U r just a thought away.

3 Aug 2014 13:05
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3 Aug 2014 13:24
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3 Aug 2014 14:15

Watching TV with them. And cook their favorite food whenever I have time. And going out during pay day

3 Aug 2014 14:17

3 Aug 2014 20:26

Most of time I spend the quality time with my family eg my children and my extended family without them I'm nothing,when it's time for church we come together as family or watch gospel channels or watching soapis as our favourite !

Edited by sarah-_-konnie / 3 Aug 2014 20:29
3 Aug 2014 20:53

Quote by Babar_Shehzad
Life is hectic, and no one in the
household seems to be on the
same schedule . When you’re
coming home from work, they’re
always on their way out.
Distractions are everywhere But
quality family time doesn’t need
to disappear
Did you know that parents spend
an average of just three and a
half minutes each week having
meaningful conversations with
their children? And did you know
that the average child watches
1,680 minutes (28 hours!) of
television in that same week?
Definitely not quality family time
Here are seven fun ways you can
spend quality time with the your
family Clixster Sir
1. Eat Together!
It sounds simple, but the majority
of American families don’t eat
dinner together anymore. Even
though most people say eating
meals together is important, the
fact is – most don’t, and the
number is falling. Turn off the TV
and talk. Studies have even
shown that a family dinner may
be more important to a child’s
academic success than athletics,
art, homework and religious
participation!
2. Play Together!
Games are fun, right? Schedule a
night on those jam-packed
calendars to have a family game
night, and break out the most
popular games hiding under the
beds and in the closets. Or have
the kids put on a play.
3. Celebrate Together!
From a great report card to a
promotion at work, nothing
helps bring the family together
more than celebrating life’s small
(and sometimes not-so-small)
victories. Whether you go out or
stay home, make it a special
occasion. You’re only limited by
your creativity!
4. Vacation Together!
Whether or not time can be
found for the family to spend
time together on a daily or
weekly basis, family vacations are
a must. From the unforgettable
memories to the bonding time,
it’s a win-win from a quality time
standpoint.
5. Study Together!
No kid likes homework, and even
most parents remember it with
horror…but it needs to get done.
Helping your child study is
important for a number of
reasons: it lets you know where
they stand on the learning front,
it can help make it a little bit
more tolerable if you’re doing it
alongside them, and it helps you
connect with your child during a
time you are usually apart.
6. Exercise Together!
This one offers so many benefits
– imagine spending time
together while improving
everyone’s emotional and
physical health – it’s a no brainer.
From walks in the woods to
traditional sports like basketball,
kids enjoy getting exercise (and
most of us parents need it!).
7. Read Together!
Kids love stories, whether you’ve
made them up or are reading a
book. Reading to your child at
the end of the day provides
excellent bonding. Many families
find that bedtime is the only
chance they have to catch up
with the goings-on in their
children’s lives. Help them get to
sleep by choosing stories that
contain repetition like
“Goodnight Moon.” :)

4 Aug 2014 00:23

20 Aug 2014 09:37

Quote by quiete
everytime i j0in dinner to them..n0 matter h0w we all bz at daytime we all rush to g0 h0me if its dinner time,we all go to church every sunday and watch tv after lunch,everytime i have chance to say i love u tatay and nanay i do that..i sh0w to them that i ad0re and respect them dspite everythng..life is t0o sh0rt to be waisted by pride and anger..a family is a family it will never change n0 matter what happnd..

happy ..

20 Aug 2014 09:49

Wen I hv vacation lev, den I spend my whole time to my family..