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Hubby and I decided to get some IDs and to update our records from single to married. We planned to go to BDO, EastWest, Pasig Municipal Hall and SSS. 1,102 more words

Application Form

10 Things You Need To Know About Your NSO Birth Certificate (Part 2)

6. Corrections are not for free:

Many times these errors are not entirely the document owner’s fault. Sadly, these errors need to be corrected at the client’s expense. 406 more words


10 Things You Need To Know About Your NSO Birth Certificate (Part 1)

I cannot deny it. Even during my blog’s prolonged slumber, traffic continued to come in, mostly inquiries about birth certificate problems. I am a lawyer by education ,slightly by profession. 388 more words


Grave for the Many


It is really an awkward moment when we talk about death. The truth is, no one wants to die early. We want to live our lives to the fullest. 306 more words

In the Name of the Father

(Photo from http://www.business2community.com/trends-news/happy-father’s-day-top-5-free-father’s-day-ecards-from-jibjab-039688#!E8F13)

Before the Spaniards came to the Philippine Islands, Filipinos did not have last names. The Spaniards required last names and first names for baptism. 340 more words



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      A Filipino name is usually composed of a first name, middle name and surname. While in some western countries the parents decide on a child’s middle name, here in the Philippines, our middle names are our mother’s maiden surname. 337 more words

Baby Boy, Baby Girl


Tamang tama at Valentines’ Day, madalas gamitin na term of endearment ang “Baby” ng mga magkasintahan. Pero marami rin sa atin na walang kamalay-malay na ang pangalan pala nila sa birth certificate nila ay “Baby Boy” o “Baby Girl”. 218 more words