Category Archives: Parenting
To the world, you just might be one person. But to one person, you just might be the world. I just want to share a very touching video that I came across while I was searching for articles on parenting last week. A short video that brought tears to my eyes. I showed this to
I’ve been extremely busy the past few months, so updating all my blogs were kinda hard for me. Anyway, since I still have a few more days before my vacation leave ends, I decided to join Mommy Moments this week. Our theme this Friday is HAT DAY. Look at my son’s pictures wearing a hat!!!
Greggy doesn’t like writing very much. Most of the time he just likes doodling with his pencil. As in, he would just write anything he likes for the sake of writing. LOL. Sometimes if I ask him to write the letter A, he would tell me “No, mommy. Triangle na lang.” Sometimes I wanna cry.
Theme for this week is Daddy Moments. Join us every Friday @ Mommy Moments. Have a blessed day ahead! Greggy’s first snorkeling experience is one of the things that I won’t forget about our recent trip to Bohol. He was a bit hesitant to try it at first. But when his daddy guided him through
The theme for this week: Sentimental Mommy Moments. Join us here every Friday. (I posted mine late. Sorry! LOL) The pictures above were taken last November 2008 @ The Medical City. He had to stay at the emergency room for a few hours due to fever and flu. His cough kept coming back for a
This is the first time that that I’ll be participating in Mommy Moments. The theme for this week is Kids in Costume. The photos above where taken last year at my mom-in-law’s house. There was no occasion that day. My husband and I just decided to dress him up so we could flaunt his new
“You know children are growing up when they start asking questions that have answers.” – John Plomp Quite true, isn’t it? My son is getting more and more inquisitive each day. He would ask questions like: “What color is this or that, mommy?” “What’s the English of ____?” (if he hears any unfamiliar tagalog words)
The three of us usually play in bed before going to sleep. Daddy and Greggy sometimes wrestle. There are nights that I would do story-telling. Then when we are all sleepy and tired, our son we’ll pray his own personalized “Thank You” prayer. I taught him to say “thank you” to Papa Jesus for all
My son, Greggy, stayed at my parents’ house in Mandaluyong for a week. I called him everyday to hear his cute voice and to check how he’s doing. My mom told me that Greggy wanted to go to school with his kuya RJ (my cousin who’s in Kinder). She narrated that everyday he would wear
Greggy’s nanny had to leave due to a family emergency last Saturday after being with us for only two weeks. Good riddance! We’re happy because we didn’t like her anyway. She’s a real Sleeping Beauty (that’s what we call her) and will only move her ass when you ask her to. As soon as my