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Friday, May 16

Saving For The Rainy Season

Early on, we taught our kids the value of saving. They first started collecting loose change and putting them inside their coin banks or the piggy bank. Soon they have the bills, given on special occasions by their aunts, uncles, grandfathers, grandmothers and godparents. They also put it inside their toy cash box. We also gave them money for their baon on school days, whatever change or extra they have, goes to their savings. One of my kids don't spend much in school because she brings sandwiches/cookies and juice in tetra pack for her snacks. She's really bent on saving. A month ago, we decided to introduce to them the idea of banking. So we opened a savings account on their names in the nearby Banco de Oro branch. Here's her first transaction...


Gabbie's turn to make a deposit...



waiting for her passbook....

9 comments:

lady cess said...

that's great rowena! ano yang bank na yan?

rowena said...

Hi Cess, it's Banco de Oro...

ScroochChronicles said...

hala ka wenchie...galit si cess sa bdo..hahaha :)

hey, that's good that you're starting them early. magandang training yan :)

megamomph said...

Great values you are teaching here, Wenchie!

Analyse said...

great value to impart to our kids, and yes, better start early.

Heart of Rachel said...

That's a wonderful value to teach your children while they are young.

Belle said...

way to go mommy! great job on parenting!

Annamanila said...

You will soon find out how different kids can be -- na merong thrifty and may spend thrift -- no matter you inculcated in them the same values.

rowena said...

Hi guys, my kids are happily enjoying their banking experience. They also got their atm's, they're so excited. They're gonna go shopping daw, hay naloka ako, nag save pang shopping pala... :-) mana sa mama...