Covid-19 forced everyone in the confinement of their own home. Limited to do a lot of things that we are used to. Some are doing just fine as if nothing changed in their everyday life, some are just winging it day by day, and some just can't get a hold of it as if they… Continue reading POSITIVITY in the midst of pandemic.
”Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing that it is stupid. ” -Albert Einstein A great Mentor once said, being "Different" is not bad; in fact, it can be incredibly good. Apple Computers, Tesla Motors, Amazon, Facebook were all… Continue reading MY ADHD PARENTING STORY
Are you worried that your kid shows signs of processing things slowly compare to other kids or they are just shy? Let me share with you the prodigious transformation of my daughter, Gwen. When she was four years old, I struggle teaching her, she won't have any interest at all, she will not take part, she… Continue reading Can a slow learner become smart?
"Self care is not selfish. You cannot serve others when you are drained!" Two years ago, when I applied for an internet service provider, it came with freebies which includes free subscription with Netflix for 6 months. At first, I was just curious, why Netflix is so famous, until I discovered Korean Drama series! I… Continue reading KDrama – A Stay at Home Mom’s Antidote to Stress
Hooray for our FIRST family photo! We all have our wins that would merit a celebration — be it your first gold medal in a sports event, graduating with Latin honors in college, or maybe as humble as perfecting that chocolate ganache cake. Here’s mine. I never imagined myself conquering my wildest fear ever. But when… Continue reading My Biggest Win
For a Batangueño like me, we are not yet fully recovered from the eruption of Taal Volcano, especially the communities or places within the danger zone. And now here's another test for us, the coronavirus. Community quarantine has been implemented in the country to lessen the threat and keep us safe from the virus. One… Continue reading From Ash to Virus: Kids Fun Indoor Activities
“Grandmothers are voices of the past, role models of the present and opens the doors to the future." Helen Ketchum With all the global tribulations that humanity is facing in modern history today, I decide to dedicate this blog to my grandma, whom I call “ Lola Vita “ , as a breath of fresh air… Continue reading My Grandma, a tribute to my living Angel
Condo living is now a trend to young families living in the Metro. It offers great comfort when it comes to accessibility to most shops and transportation. On the hand, living in a compact space maybe a challenge with a growing baby. You cannot stop a child from growing and exploring. Here are some tips… Continue reading 5 TIPS ON LIVING A TINY SPACE MONTESSORI
BABYWEARING is holding or carrying a baby or young child using a cloth baby carrier. Holding babies is natural and universal; baby carriers make it easier and more comfortable, allowing parents and caregivers to hold or carry their children while attending to the daily tasks of living.Babywearing International Babywearing allows me to bring my 8… Continue reading BABYWEARING 101: WHAT I’VE LEARNED AS A BABYWEARING MOM
"After every storm comes a rainbow" —a sentiment that couldn't be more true for parents welcoming an infant after experiencing a loss. A rainbow baby is a baby born after a miscarriage or infant loss. It’s a reference to the beautiful, light-filled rainbow that appears after the darkness of a storm. In my case, I… Continue reading My Rainbow Story