This school year has been a transformative period in our homeschooling journey. We’ve been doing this for almost six years now and honestly, I haven’t really been an intentional Teacher Mom. Upon choosing to homeschool our daughter, RyRy, who was 5 years old back then, I had this perfect vision that I can handle this… Continue reading Our Homeschooling Testimony
Our kids are known to be on the slender side compared to other kids their age. In fact, there was a time where I would still buy my then 5 year old daughter, RyRy, clothes from the toddler section and she would be able to use it for a very long time which didn’t cost… Continue reading The Tale of a Broken Shirt
Our family life hasn’t been easy lately, as you have noticed, I’ve barely written any post in the last couple of months. But the downtime let me ponder on a lot of things like how can I effectively influence the future of my children without losing myself in the process? Our goal last year was… Continue reading It’s Not Convenient Having Kids
It’s the most wonderful time of the year indeed! But do you agree that it is the most expensive and stressful time as well? My love for Christmas rooted from the family I was born into. For us, this is the most joyful season of all, we start decorating in September, finish wrapping gifts by… Continue reading Jesus Is Born! Give Gifts?
When Miguel was born, he was yellow-ish just like any other newborns because as we all know a baby’s liver needs some time adjusting, but his lasted for weeks which alarmed us and our pediatrician. He had jaundice. Our doctor then asked us about our blood types, Mike couldn’t answer at that time because he… Continue reading Blood Type Diet
Sex Sells. The first time I’ve heard of this statement is during our Journalism class back in college. It was my favorite subject and our topic was how the media uses sex to catch the audiences’ attention. With all the controversies unraveling today which involves powerful and influential people/community like Uber, Silicon Valley, our own… Continue reading There’s A Harvey Weinstein In All Of Us
It was a fine Friday night when I volunteered to wash the dishes after dinner knowing it would be faster to finish this way as Mike, the kids and I decided that we’ll be dropping by the mall before it closes to run some errands. We were cheerful and surprisingly the kids were peacefully finishing… Continue reading Love Your Children