In my last article, I talked about how Kyle was different after Kurt was born. The first week Kyle showed changes in his behavior, I thought it was just a passing phase and it will be ok. After two weeks, I started to worry that Kyle won’t go back to normal. I wondered if I’ll […]
Recently, I realized that mommies might be struggling with helping their firstborns manage and adapt to the idea of having another baby in the house. This topic came up when I was talking to the mom of Kyle’s friend who also recently gave birth. She was sharing how her firstborn got a low-grade fever (nagkasinat) […]
Last month, I started the discussion on mother’s guilt or the things we do as mothers that give us guilty feelings. Here are another six things that cause mother’s guilt for me. Again, as moms, we all have our shortcomings and not all moms feel guilty about the same things. These are what I experience […]
Recently, I’ve gotten back to work and I’ve been busier than normal. Feelings of guilt started to surface and I found myself justifying my decision to work instead of being with Kurt. I realized that this is something all moms go through, that I can help other moms deal with these feelings. I want to […]
The first baby stroller we got for Kyle was the Stokke Xplory, and after four years, we’re now using it for Kurt. I fell in love with it the first time we saw it in Mothercare BGC. Stokke is known for making products that are beautiful and versatile. From the photos, you can see that […]
They say motherhood is a gift. I have to agree wholeheartedly. It’s the most challenging job in the world, yet it’s also the most rewarding. Here are the five things I appreciate most about being a mom.
Pregnancy is a tough game and is far from being a walk in the park. And that’s why we moms should be proud to have been so brave to go through all those things. I thought of sharing a few things that made my pregnancy more bearable and I would love to hear about some […]
Sure, their adult years seem like a lifetime away, but it’s never too early to teach your child how to stand on his own two feet. ~Linda DiProperzio When you are a mom, especially if it’s your first time, it seems like you are in a constant state of fear. When Kyle was just a […]