I am sure moms will agree that one of the hardest things that we need to teach our kids is writing. Aside from guiding our kid’s hand while they write, you have to repeat instructions until they finish filling out the whole paper. My youngest has transferred to another school and while I know in … Continue reading 5 Mom Tips for a Less Stressful Writing Lesson With Kids
The first half of the year had gone by swiftly. Truth be told l, I’m still stuck with everything that had happened these past 6 months- some were good, mostly unexpected and heartbreaking. But I am glad that when it comes to the kids, I have a lot of happy stories to share. My first born … Continue reading How Are The Kids Doing?
Hey you.. I know that a lot is going on right now and you feel like you no longer know your place in this world You've reached the end of the road and on the edge of giving up just to be free from pain and worries You laugh and try to live but monsters … Continue reading Metamorphosis
In honor of my father, the joker and jolly one, I present to you our real, funny conversations when he was still alive. Life was tough for us but it’s not always bad because my father tried to make us laugh with his remarks and made up stories about aswang and Rere Laput Laput *LOL* … Continue reading A Father’s Story 2: Conversations
While it’s scorching hot in Metro Manila, P and I together with his friends experienced heavy rains on our Zambales trip. So how did our beach adventure go? Were we disappointed? Find out kung kami ay #NagsisisaNagsasa Nagsasa Cove is located in Pondaquit, San Antonio, Zambales, 4-5 hours away from Manila. My husband and I … Continue reading Nocturnal Mom Travels: Nagsasa
For carrying a little human inside your womb for 9 months For sleepless nights, messy hair, no-bath days and sometimes skipping meals For keeping the house clean, making sure we eat well and our needs are provided For putting your family first at all times For setting aside your wants and sometimes forgetting who you … Continue reading A Tribute To All Moms
Do you involve your kids into cooking? My panganay, Tien, was asked to cook hotdogs and eggs for her brother a handful of times. She also offers help when I bake but I’m guilty of not letting her because I want to finish immediately. Good thing San Miguel Pure Foods invited us and other moms … Continue reading San Miguel Pure Foods Kid’s Kitchen Camp 2019